Is life as a mom harder than you expected?

Many mothers struggle after their babies are born.  Some moms are tearful and anxious for a few weeks, then feel better.  Other moms continue to unravel week after week, month after month.  Their anxiety worsens, they feel disconnected from their babies, they lose confidence in themselves, and they feel too guilty and ashamed to tell anyone. 

Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders (PMAD's) affect 15-20% of postpartum women.  Their impact can be devastating to women and their families.  I am certified in perinatal mental health and have more than ten years of experience working with women who are struggling postpartum.

Are you suffering in silence? Are you going through the motions and putting on a happy face for those around you?  Do you feel guilty that you aren't able to be the mom you wanted to be?  There is a light at the end of this tunnel.    Contact me today for a free 20 minute phone consultation so that you can finally get the help you need to feel better.

You are not alone. You are not to blame. With help you will be well.
— Postpartum Support International

Postpartum Support International has a wealth of information about symptoms, disorders, and treatment.