Carolyn Broudy M.D., M.S.

Dr. Carolyn Broudy is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist specializing in perinatal and early childhood mental health. She completed a fellowship in Women's Mental Health at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at The American Psychoanalytic Association. She worked in private practice with new mothers for many years and then went on to gain additional expertise in child development and family systems through the Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, and trainings in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and The Circle of Security Parenting Program.

Dr. Broudy's years of experience working with parents and children inspired her to open The Family Connections Center (FCC). The FCC is a group practice that brings together a team of therapists who can better serve the needs of the entire family during the early years of parenting. Dr. Broudy has published, consulted, and presented widely on her work in Perinatal Mood Disorders and The Infant-Parent Relationship. You can learn more about her at

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