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Perinatal Support

Family Support

Growing your family can be wonderful and complex. It is common for mothers or fathers to struggle with a mood or anxiety disorder during the time of pregnancy or after birth. Some families struggle with infertility or heartbreaking loss on their journey. Some people grow their family through foster care or adoption. Some women find themselves pregnant and are unable or unsure if they want to carry on with the pregnancy. No matter your situation, this time period can be overwhelming. We are here to provide support for you and your family throughout any journey.

Perinatal Counseling Services 

  • Anxiety during pregnancy

  • Depression during pregnancy

  • Overwhelming emotions

  • Stress management

  • Mood instability

  • Abortion

  • Infertility and loss

  • Adoption/foster care

  • Postpartum anxiety

  • Postpartum depression

  • Postpartum OCD

  • Postpartum psychosis

  • Feelings of inadequacy/guilt

  • Intrusive thoughts

  • Relationship changes

  • Perinatal substance abuse

Perinatal Mental Health

Perinatal refers to the period of time before and after birth. During this time period, mothers and fathers may find themselves struggling with a mood or anxiety disorder. Many people are familiar with the term "postpartum depression", however there are several other mental health issues that can arise during the perinatal period. We are here to support you and give you the tools that you need to move beyond the feeling of just "getting by" to fully enjoying this special time in your life. 

To understand more about perinatal mental health conditions, check out this information from Postpartum Support International - the leader in pregnancy and postpartum mental health care:

The following free perinatal mental health discussion tool can be used to assist your medical provider in understanding how you are feeling. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed on this discussion tool, do not be afraid to reach out for help. We are more than happy to provide you with a free consultation to discuss your needs, even if you do not have a referral from your doctor.

We understand that it can be very difficult to leave your new baby during the postpartum period, so we welcome all non-mobile babies to attend parent counseling sessions. We would love to welcome all children, but once they are mobile it becomes very difficult for mothers to obtain the full benefits of the counseling session. We also offer Telehealth virtual services if this is more convenient for your situation.  

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