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Depression: During and After Pregnancy
Perinatal Depression and Postpartum Depression

 

 

Is motherhood not what you expected?  Are you feeling fatigued, anxious, depressed, extreme sadness, worried, guilty or simply not yourself?  Many pregnant women and new mothers are not prepared for the wide range of negative feelings that they are experiencing.  Pregnancy and motherhood were supposed to be a joyous life stage.

To determine if you are most likely experiencing typical baby blues or something more serious like postpartum depression  Take the quiz

Depression after the birth of a child, according to research is one of the most common complications of pregnancy. One out of eight women experiences it.   Feelings of depression, while unsettling are frequently temporary and treatable with the help of professional care or a social support group. 

 

 If you live in the Philadelphia area, and wish to enroll in a support group or schedule a therapy session, feel free to contact The Center for Growth, Inc.  233 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 and ask to speak with "Alex" Caroline Robboy, LCSW, CAS (215) 570 - 8614

 

 

 

 

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