PPD

Postpartum Depression: Risk Factors, Symptoms, and What To Do Take a Screening Test for PPD The Baby Blues has become as much an accepted part of being a new mother as engorged breasts and sleep deprivation. But what if the Blues don’t go away? For 10-20% of new mothers, Postpartum Depression, or more generally Perinatal […]

Postpartum Depression

Risk Factors, Symptoms, and What To Do Take a Screening Test for PPD The Baby Blues has become as much an accepted part of being a new mother as engorged breasts and sleep deprivation. But what if the Blues don’t go away? For 10-20% of new mothers, Postpartum Depression (PPD) is an unwanted and difficult […]

Psychotherapy for parents who want to be happier

I am a psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of adults, especially parents, who beat themselves up over not being good enough. Do you feel like you “should” be doing things better? Do you feel guilty when you take time for yourself? Do you often feel anxious or unhappy? Together, we can help you learn how to […]

Handling Unwanted Advice

One of the biggest challenges facing new parents is the deluge of advice forthcoming from parents, friends, and everyone who’s ever had a child, or has even observed a child once or twice. We’ve all experienced it: “You really have to stop picking him up whenever he cries, or you’re going to spoil him.” “She’s […]