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New York City, New York therapist: Kelsey Ruiz, counselor/therapist
Postpartum Depression

Kelsey Ruiz

Counselor/Therapist, MHC-LP
Postpartum depression can be incredibly challenging, but with the right support and guidance, healing and recovery are possible. Together, we'll work to understand the underlying factors contributing to your postpartum depression, whether they're related to hormonal changes, sleep deprivation, relationship dynamics, or other stressors. By gaining insight into the root causes of your depression, you can begin to address them and move towards healing.  
4 Years Experience
Online in New York City, New York
San Diego, California therapist: Shaudi Adel - Online / Virtual Therapy, licensed clinical social worker
Postpartum Depression

Shaudi Adel - Online / Virtual Therapy

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
FREE consultations! As a mother myself, I understand that there are so many changes that take place after delivering a baby --physical/hormonal changes, lifestyle changes, and major shifts in life roles. Since about 1 in 7 mothers experience postpartum depression, anxiety, or OCD, I would like to help you navigate this challenging time and remind you that you are not alone.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in New York City, NY
Online in New York City, New York
New York City, New York therapist: Fraidy Shagalov, licensed clinical social worker
Postpartum Depression

Fraidy Shagalov

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LMSW
Postpartum depression can be incredibly challenging, but with the right support and guidance, healing and recovery are possible. Together, we'll work to understand the underlying factors contributing to your postpartum depression, whether they're related to hormonal changes, sleep deprivation, relationship dynamics, or other stressors. By gaining insight into the root causes of your depression, you can begin to address them and move towards healing.  
5 Years Experience
Online in New York City, New York
New York City, New York therapist: Mary Karlan, licensed clinical social worker
Postpartum Depression

Mary Karlan

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Work
Postpartum Depression is common. If you feel you may be experiencing this, I can teach you powerful techniques to help you cope with disturbing thoughts, manage physical symptoms of anxiety, learn relaxation techniques, plan and problem solve effectively, and maintain positive changes. I am certified in the speciality of postnatal and postpartum depression.  
12 Years Experience
Online in New York City, New York
Bethesda, 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 New York City, New York
Bloomingdale, New Jersey therapist: Stephanie Marks, hypnotherapist
Postpartum Depression

Stephanie Marks

Hypnotherapist, MA
Having a baby stimulates more feelings than any other life event. In our baby, we find our most hidden and unconscious wishes, fears and fantasies that we ourselves experienced in our earliest moments with our own mothers. These intense feelings stimulated by motherhood are physically and psychically embodied and can be difficult to deal with alone, even if our partner is there for us. As a mother, I understand the many conflicted facets of having a baby. Physically, emotionally and cognitively, having a baby transforms us on many levels in ways we could have never imagined before baby was born. With the arrival of a new baby, it often can feel like there is no space for yourself, that the baby has completely taken over your life which can lead to feelings of guilt and depression. Though the love for our newborn is like no other, mothers need a lot of help and support and a space where they can feel safe to express all thoughts and feelings. I am here for you, to share your joys and your pains, your everyday struggles of motherhood that you feel you cannot reveal to anyone else because of the care you seek to give to your newborn. Taking care of yourself means taking care of your baby. In our work together you will feel supported, held and understood so that you can have more energy to be present with yourself and your baby.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in New York City, NY
Online in New York City, New York
Brooklyn, New York therapist: Jenn Coonce, licensed psychoanalyst
Postpartum Depression

Jenn Coonce

Licensed Psychoanalyst, Licensed Psychoanalyst, New York State
Many women experience postpartum depression after giving birth to a child, whether it be your first child or not. Becoming a parent can presents many unexpected fears, concerns and stresses, and struggles with postpartum depression can impact your relationship, life, and even your sense of identity. Through a cooperative, supportive relationship with the right therapist, you can learn how to cope with these difficult emotions, and learn how you can make choices that are best for you and your child. By talking with someone you trust and feel comfortable with, you can work through the process of healing from postpartum depression  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near New York City, NY
Online in New York City, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Manhattan Mental Health Counseling, counselor/therapist
Postpartum Depression

Manhattan Mental Health Counseling

Counselor/Therapist, LMHC
Our compassionate therapists specialize in women psychological issues including postpartum depression.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person Near New York City, NY
Online in New York City, New York
Brooklyn, New York therapist: Patricia Valencia, licensed mental health counselor
Postpartum Depression

Patricia Valencia

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
Postpartum Depression is nothing to be ashamed of, it isreal and it can surpass the initial months of a child's life. Postpartum can induce crippling anxiety and disassociation.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person Near New York City, NY
Online in New York City, New York
Lynbrook, New York therapist: Janice M. Amato, licensed clinical social worker
Postpartum Depression

Janice M. Amato

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, L.C.S.W.-R
Postpartum is a particularly difficult depression. While society, family, and friends may all feel joy at a new life, the postpartum mother can be feeling lost, numb, and unable to "live up to" the picture of new mother joy. She may also feel angry and resentful. It is imperative that the new mother seek therapy and, possibly, medication. Most importantly, the new mother must be shown kindness and acceptance, along with the recognition that these feelings will pass and are mostly a result of hormonal surges.  
22 Years Experience
Online in New York City, New York