Are You Struggling With Postpartum Depression?

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Postpartum Depression is when depression occurs after someone gives birth. It can be debilitating for parents and their children. A person who gave birth may have extreme sadness, feelings of guilt, feeling worthless or hopeless, tearfulness, thoughts of death, self-harm, or suicide.

Available Treatment Options

Therapy for Postpartum Depression involves similar interventions to those for depression, with a specific focus on the role that giving birth and becoming a parent played in the experience.

Therapist interventions include exploring and processing feelings related to depression, discovering and disputing unhelpful thought patterns, and developing coping skills.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Postpartum Depression