Postpartum Depression therapists in Gaithersburg, Maryland MD

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Gaithersburg, Maryland therapist: Washington Psychological Wellness, counselor/therapist
Postpartum Depression

Washington Psychological Wellness

Washington Psychological wellness is a boutique-style mental health practice located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. At Washington Psychological Wellness, we understand the unique cultural, environmental, biological, and psychological factors that may impact a woman's mental health and overall well-being. Our therapists can help with common women's issues, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, infertility, pregnancy & loss, postpartum depression, postpartum psychosis, posttraumatic stress, eating disorders, menopause, borderline personality, mood-related challenges, low self-worth, self-harming behaviors, and work-life balance. Washington Psychological Wellness is a body-positive, inclusive and affirmative practice that believes in equality for all regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, class, caste, religion, belief, sex, gender, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex characteristics, age, health or another status. We are currently accepting new clients. Telehealth (online) therapy options are available. Call now to schedule a free 15-minute consultation!  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Rockville, Maryland therapist: Margie Schlesinger, licensed clinical social worker
Postpartum Depression

Margie Schlesinger

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW, LCSW-C
Due to my personal experience with pregnancy loss and anxiety when becoming pregnant once again, I have gained personal and professional knowledge on this and on postpartum depression. I have had the privilege of many ob/gyn's referring their treasured patients to me for help in healing this pain.  
32 Years Experience
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Arlington, Virginia therapist: Andrea Miller, counselor/therapist
Postpartum Depression

Andrea Miller

Counselor/Therapist, NCC
In my role as a therapist, supporting individuals through postpartum depression is a deeply empathetic and nurturing process. Through a combination of validation, emotional exploration, and evidence-based interventions, I work collaboratively with clients to navigate the unique challenges that arise during this critical period. By creating a safe space for self-discovery and implementing personalized coping strategies, my aim is to empower individuals to heal and embrace the joys of motherhood with resilience and renewed well-being.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person Near Gaithersburg, MD
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Bethesda, Maryland therapist: Dr. Patricia Webbink, psychologist
Postpartum Depression

Dr. Patricia Webbink

Psychologist, MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology
During pregnancy or after delivery of her baby, a mother may question whether she wants her baby. Symptoms include crying a great deal, and the inability to leave her baby alone in the care of another because of fears that someone might abuse her child in some way. Please feel free to call for a consultation: 301-229-8000  
54 Years Experience
In-Person Near Gaithersburg, MD
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Owings Mills, Maryland therapist: Jade Burns, licensed professional counselor
Postpartum Depression

Jade Burns

Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LCPC
Pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum experiences can be life-changing. This is a period in a person's life in which extra support may be necessary to help people adapt to this new life transition. I have experience working with people who are dealing with all perinatal related issues including postpartum depression and anxiety and fertility issues. I am also currently working towards a certification in Perinatal Mental Health so I can better support you through this time.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person Near Gaithersburg, MD
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland therapist: Hinda Dubin, psychiatrist
Postpartum Depression

Hinda Dubin

Psychiatrist, M.D.
Postpartum depression is a serious but treatable illness. Safe and effective treatment benefits both the mother and baby. All aspects contributing to the situation are carefully evaluated and addressed. If medication is indicated, the needs of the mother and baby are considered. Lactation concerns are considered as well.  
30 Years Experience
In-Person Near Gaithersburg, MD
Online in Gaithersburg, Maryland