Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapists in Baltimore, MD

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Rebecca Sinner
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CCATP
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21230
Waitlist for new clients
In therapy sessions, I work with clients to help teach the skills needed to manage, squash, or move on from anxious or intrusive thoughts now and long after we end our time together. You will learn how to become “your own therapist” by learning how to spot anxious or intrusive thoughts and learning EXACTLY what to do, proactively and in-the-moment, to stop them from taking over and keeping you from enjoying life. Clients, of all ages, most often come to me to for difficulties related to OCD, anxiety, phobias, panic, and parent management/support for parents whose kids have ADHD or OCD, and perinatal/postpartum anxiety/OCD.
In therapy sessions, I work with clients to help teach the skills needed to manage, squash, or move on from anxious or intrusive thoughts now and long after we end our time together. You will learn how to become “your own therapist” by learning how to spot anxious or intrusive thoughts and learning EXACTLY what to do, proactively and in-the-moment, to stop them from taking over and keeping you from enjoying life. Clients, of all ages, most often come to me to for difficulties related to OCD, anxiety, phobias, panic, and parent management/support for parents whose kids have ADHD or OCD, and perinatal/postpartum anxiety/OCD.
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Joshua Kleiner
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, NCC, PMH-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21215
Providing Services for Residents of MD, NJ, PA! Eager to feel like yourself again after pregnancy? Want to live a more meaningful, productive, and healthy life? My specialty is helping individuals and couples adjust to life transitions, especially maternal mental health related to pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, and child loss. Let's face it— transitions bring high stakes and a narrow margin for error. But these moments are also valuable opportunities to heal, grow, see a brighter future, and actualize your potential.
Providing Services for Residents of MD, NJ, PA! Eager to feel like yourself again after pregnancy? Want to live a more meaningful, productive, and healthy life? My specialty is helping individuals and couples adjust to life transitions, especially maternal mental health related to pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, and child loss. Let's face it— transitions bring high stakes and a narrow margin for error. But these moments are also valuable opportunities to heal, grow, see a brighter future, and actualize your potential.
(410) 826-6433 View (410) 826-6433
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Kate Hunt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21202  (Online Only)
I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker in Maryland with seven years of experience in working with adults and children. My experience includes mood disorders, perinatal mood disorders, relationship issues, substance abuse, anxiety and adjustment concerns.
I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker in Maryland with seven years of experience in working with adults and children. My experience includes mood disorders, perinatal mood disorders, relationship issues, substance abuse, anxiety and adjustment concerns.
(410) 498-6690 View (410) 498-6690
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Sara Nett
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
14 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21209
For additional information about what it's like to work with me, the philosophy behind evidence-based practice, and information about my practice specialties (anxiety, phobias, trauma recovery, & perinatal mental health, including postpartum adjustment), please visit my website: www.
“I've been anxious for a long time. I used to be able to manage, but I feel like I've lost control. I worry that I'm going crazy, or that something inside of me is broken. I just want all of this to stop. I want to feel calmer and more confident. I want to look to the future with interest and optimism, rather than with fear and hopelessness. I've tried everything, including medicine, but nothing has worked in a lasting way. I fear I’m running out of options, and that scares me."
For additional information about what it's like to work with me, the philosophy behind evidence-based practice, and information about my practice specialties (anxiety, phobias, trauma recovery, & perinatal mental health, including postpartum adjustment), please visit my website: www.
“I've been anxious for a long time. I used to be able to manage, but I feel like I've lost control. I worry that I'm going crazy, or that something inside of me is broken. I just want all of this to stop. I want to feel calmer and more confident. I want to look to the future with interest and optimism, rather than with fear and hopelessness. I've tried everything, including medicine, but nothing has worked in a lasting way. I fear I’m running out of options, and that scares me."
(443) 470-3124 View (443) 470-3124
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Matriarch Mental Health
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, NCC, PMH-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21209
***Telehealth Services for Residents of MD, NJ, PA*** Pregnancy can be an incredible journey. But for some women, it's not. That's why we're here. Matriarch Mental Health serves the perinatal population with psychotherapy and consulting services that are Specialized, Individualized, Comprehensive, and Convenient. If you're having trouble keeping up or feeling "not like myself," then self-compassion and professional support can help be the difference between you burning out or regaining your strength.
***Telehealth Services for Residents of MD, NJ, PA*** Pregnancy can be an incredible journey. But for some women, it's not. That's why we're here. Matriarch Mental Health serves the perinatal population with psychotherapy and consulting services that are Specialized, Individualized, Comprehensive, and Convenient. If you're having trouble keeping up or feeling "not like myself," then self-compassion and professional support can help be the difference between you burning out or regaining your strength.
(410) 431-3940 View (410) 431-3940
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The Womb Room Team
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21211
It takes a village. The Womb Room began out of love in 2015, by a Mom looking to provide space to connect and support pregnant and postpartum people through yoga. To be the village.
It takes a village. The Womb Room began out of love in 2015, by a Mom looking to provide space to connect and support pregnant and postpartum people through yoga. To be the village.
(410) 424-5298 View (410) 424-5298
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Dr. Lyneia Richardson
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21234  (Online Only)
I specialize in perinatal and women's mental health, where we openly discuss the unique challenges of womanhood and motherhood in the context of identity - individual, family, work.
Being a woman, being a mother, and all the things that come with these roles can feel overwhelming. Are you finding yourself struggling to manage your emotions lately? Have you felt disconnected from your pre-marriage or pre-motherhood self? Are you looking for a place where you can talk about these things without fear of being judged or misunderstood? Whether you're a new mom or a seasoned one, a newly wed or newly single, you don't have to manage these feelings alone. My role is to help guide you through these transitions (motherhood, professionally, etc.) and to help you feel confident while doing it.
I specialize in perinatal and women's mental health, where we openly discuss the unique challenges of womanhood and motherhood in the context of identity - individual, family, work.
Being a woman, being a mother, and all the things that come with these roles can feel overwhelming. Are you finding yourself struggling to manage your emotions lately? Have you felt disconnected from your pre-marriage or pre-motherhood self? Are you looking for a place where you can talk about these things without fear of being judged or misunderstood? Whether you're a new mom or a seasoned one, a newly wed or newly single, you don't have to manage these feelings alone. My role is to help guide you through these transitions (motherhood, professionally, etc.) and to help you feel confident while doing it.
(443) 296-5876 View (443) 296-5876
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Elevating Her, LLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CYT-200
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21239  (Online Only)
Feeling overwhelmed? Battling low self esteem and body image issues? Struggling with academic or career pressures? Struggling with peer pressure? Going through a major transition in life causing stress, anxiety depression, or feelings of self doubt? Need a safe space to express yourself? We aspire to elevate women and girls lives by empowering them to embrace their inner strength, cultivate self-love, and lead fulfilling, balanced lives. We create a safe space for women and girls dealing with life’s transitions related to perinatal mental health, women's issues, body image, and self esteem.
Feeling overwhelmed? Battling low self esteem and body image issues? Struggling with academic or career pressures? Struggling with peer pressure? Going through a major transition in life causing stress, anxiety depression, or feelings of self doubt? Need a safe space to express yourself? We aspire to elevate women and girls lives by empowering them to embrace their inner strength, cultivate self-love, and lead fulfilling, balanced lives. We create a safe space for women and girls dealing with life’s transitions related to perinatal mental health, women's issues, body image, and self esteem.
(410) 390-0717 View (410) 390-0717
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Clare Donofrio
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, PMH-C
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21211  (Online Only)
Waitlist for new clients
Thank you for being here! I love to support my clients as they gain insight into their experiences and confidence to cope with stressors. I aim to be an affirming and authentic presence as you navigate your family-building journey. If you are someone who has struggled with anxiety, panic, or OCD, finds yourself feeling overstimulated and overwhelmed, or has generally felt "alien” “other” or like you don’t belong— I would love to support you. I specialize in working with women and queer people who are pregnant, postpartum, or trying to conceive, with special experience in pregnancy after loss, infertility, and birth trauma.
Thank you for being here! I love to support my clients as they gain insight into their experiences and confidence to cope with stressors. I aim to be an affirming and authentic presence as you navigate your family-building journey. If you are someone who has struggled with anxiety, panic, or OCD, finds yourself feeling overstimulated and overwhelmed, or has generally felt "alien” “other” or like you don’t belong— I would love to support you. I specialize in working with women and queer people who are pregnant, postpartum, or trying to conceive, with special experience in pregnancy after loss, infertility, and birth trauma.
(410) 835-4668 View (410) 835-4668
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Megan Hartings
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21211
Please note that I have limited availability for new telehealth clients. My work with individuals addresses emotional regulation, relational difficulties, anxiety management, life transitions, and self-esteem. Additionally, I have received specialized training to work with individuals who are planning a pregnancy, have experienced a miscarriage, are currently pregnant, or are in their postpartum period. My work with parents of young children aims to address stress management, respond to specific behavioral concerns, increase effective communication, and improve the parent-child dynamic.
Please note that I have limited availability for new telehealth clients. My work with individuals addresses emotional regulation, relational difficulties, anxiety management, life transitions, and self-esteem. Additionally, I have received specialized training to work with individuals who are planning a pregnancy, have experienced a miscarriage, are currently pregnant, or are in their postpartum period. My work with parents of young children aims to address stress management, respond to specific behavioral concerns, increase effective communication, and improve the parent-child dynamic.
(410) 609-9740 View (410) 609-9740
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Taylor Liggins
Counselor, LCPC, NCC, PMH-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21224  (Online Only)
I am also a Board Approved Supervisor in Maryland and am Perinatal Mental Health Certified through PSI.
Hello! My name is Taylor Liggins, LCPC and provide therapy in Maryland. I studied Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Johns Hopkins University for my Master's Degree and Psychology at American University for my Bachelor's Degree. I specialize in Perinatal Mental Health. I have worked with clients helping them navigate their issues associated with pregnancy & postpartum, life stressors, anxiety, stress, depression, mood swings, trauma, relationship difficulties, etc. My treatment approach includes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational therapy, solution based therapy, and person centered therapy.
I am also a Board Approved Supervisor in Maryland and am Perinatal Mental Health Certified through PSI.
Hello! My name is Taylor Liggins, LCPC and provide therapy in Maryland. I studied Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Johns Hopkins University for my Master's Degree and Psychology at American University for my Bachelor's Degree. I specialize in Perinatal Mental Health. I have worked with clients helping them navigate their issues associated with pregnancy & postpartum, life stressors, anxiety, stress, depression, mood swings, trauma, relationship difficulties, etc. My treatment approach includes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational therapy, solution based therapy, and person centered therapy.
(410) 376-8336 View (410) 376-8336
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Colleen Gannon
Counselor, LGPC
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21214  (Online Only)
Young adults in college, changes in identity, new mothers facing all that comes with postpartum, attachment and communication challenges in relationships, or struggles with parenting.
In today’s world it is easy to feel disconnected and overstimulated. Whether it be from work, school, kids, friends, family, or romantic partners. You might often feel the overwhelming pressure to “have it all.” My goal as a therapist is to help you navigate and process your unique experiences free from judgement and centered around trust. I use a trauma informed, strengths-based approach tailored to your individual needs. I value helping you find meaningful connection within the world around you- and more importantly within yourself.
Young adults in college, changes in identity, new mothers facing all that comes with postpartum, attachment and communication challenges in relationships, or struggles with parenting.
In today’s world it is easy to feel disconnected and overstimulated. Whether it be from work, school, kids, friends, family, or romantic partners. You might often feel the overwhelming pressure to “have it all.” My goal as a therapist is to help you navigate and process your unique experiences free from judgement and centered around trust. I use a trauma informed, strengths-based approach tailored to your individual needs. I value helping you find meaningful connection within the world around you- and more importantly within yourself.
(410) 881-8189 View (410) 881-8189
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Lauren Bathgate
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21214  (Online Only)
I take a holistic approach, certified in both Perinatal Mental Health and Nature-Informed Therapy.
Going through a life transition and need support navigating your path? Looking for short-term, goal directed, and values-based guidance? I would be honored to walk alongside you through this phase. I am passionate in helping caregivers and “people pleasers” whose "spirit animal" might be the chameleon. That is, they blend in with what others need but may feel increasing resentment, lack of direction, and burnout as a result. Imagine what it would feel like to prioritize yourself again. You deserve to honor your needs while engaging in meaningful, balanced relationships and living a more fulfilling life in line with your own values.
I take a holistic approach, certified in both Perinatal Mental Health and Nature-Informed Therapy.
Going through a life transition and need support navigating your path? Looking for short-term, goal directed, and values-based guidance? I would be honored to walk alongside you through this phase. I am passionate in helping caregivers and “people pleasers” whose "spirit animal" might be the chameleon. That is, they blend in with what others need but may feel increasing resentment, lack of direction, and burnout as a result. Imagine what it would feel like to prioritize yourself again. You deserve to honor your needs while engaging in meaningful, balanced relationships and living a more fulfilling life in line with your own values.
(410) 680-2058 View (410) 680-2058
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Melissa Weinberg
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21204
In addition to specializing in anxiety/OCD, I treat prenatal and postpartum anxiety and depression.
Your mind is constantly racing, flooding you with worry. You don't even know where the thoughts come from, but they can be upsetting. You try to control or ignore them, but they come right back. You're stressing out the people around you. Why does life seem so easy for other people? You're tired of people telling you to "just relax" and that "it will be okay." Nothing you do seems to work and you've never felt so discouraged. You are afraid that this anxiety will never go away, especially if it is new to you. You want to be at ease. You want to feel like you're actually engaged in your life, not distracted and struggling through it.
In addition to specializing in anxiety/OCD, I treat prenatal and postpartum anxiety and depression.
Your mind is constantly racing, flooding you with worry. You don't even know where the thoughts come from, but they can be upsetting. You try to control or ignore them, but they come right back. You're stressing out the people around you. Why does life seem so easy for other people? You're tired of people telling you to "just relax" and that "it will be okay." Nothing you do seems to work and you've never felt so discouraged. You are afraid that this anxiety will never go away, especially if it is new to you. You want to be at ease. You want to feel like you're actually engaged in your life, not distracted and struggling through it.
(443) 294-7671 View (443) 294-7671
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Boramie “Bo” Noordhoff
Counselor, LCPC
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21218  (Online Only)
I have advanced training in perinatal mental health, and I provide tailored support for the unique challenges of motherhood.
I believe in the healing power of a therapeutic relationship where you can be the real you. No judgment or criticism here. Maybe you want to break free from unhealthy patterns, work through issues that have been swept under the rug, or find wholeness. Perhaps life isn't going quite the way you'd hoped or expected. Maybe you long to be secure in who you are and embrace all parts of yourself, to move away from self-criticism and toward self-compassion.
I have advanced training in perinatal mental health, and I provide tailored support for the unique challenges of motherhood.
I believe in the healing power of a therapeutic relationship where you can be the real you. No judgment or criticism here. Maybe you want to break free from unhealthy patterns, work through issues that have been swept under the rug, or find wholeness. Perhaps life isn't going quite the way you'd hoped or expected. Maybe you long to be secure in who you are and embrace all parts of yourself, to move away from self-criticism and toward self-compassion.
(312) 940-1823 View (312) 940-1823
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Rebekah Machiela
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21218  (Online Only)
I am uniquely positioned to help you process grief, living with chronic illness, caregiver burnout, postpartum adjustment, end of life issues, complicated relationships, and the stress and anxiety associated with life transitions.
Life can be hard. Things don’t go as we plan, and we can quickly find ourselves feeling overwhelmed with the stress of relationships and life transitions. Life unexpectedly brings about anxiety, difficulty coping, blurred boundaries, and broken communication. There is hope; you are not alone. I am a caring presence available to listen and guide you through whatever life challenges you may be navigating and will help you emerge stronger, more self-aware, and more gracious with yourself.
I am uniquely positioned to help you process grief, living with chronic illness, caregiver burnout, postpartum adjustment, end of life issues, complicated relationships, and the stress and anxiety associated with life transitions.
Life can be hard. Things don’t go as we plan, and we can quickly find ourselves feeling overwhelmed with the stress of relationships and life transitions. Life unexpectedly brings about anxiety, difficulty coping, blurred boundaries, and broken communication. There is hope; you are not alone. I am a caring presence available to listen and guide you through whatever life challenges you may be navigating and will help you emerge stronger, more self-aware, and more gracious with yourself.
(240) 503-5282 View (240) 503-5282
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Megan Furman
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LCPC
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21224  (Online Only)
Pregnant, postpartum, or parent of littles? Navigating the challenges of parenthood is not always made easier by the joys. Maybe you’re here as a mom struggling with all of the adjustments postpartum, you’re a dad feeling more irritable than you’d like, you’re crying or worrying a lot, having difficulty bonding with your baby, missing your independence, finding it hard to make time for your own needs, experienced a loss or scary birth, or you don't feel like yourself as an expectant parent, a new parent, or an experienced parent. We tend to have many expectations about parenthood and need help adjusting when things don’t go to plan.
Pregnant, postpartum, or parent of littles? Navigating the challenges of parenthood is not always made easier by the joys. Maybe you’re here as a mom struggling with all of the adjustments postpartum, you’re a dad feeling more irritable than you’d like, you’re crying or worrying a lot, having difficulty bonding with your baby, missing your independence, finding it hard to make time for your own needs, experienced a loss or scary birth, or you don't feel like yourself as an expectant parent, a new parent, or an experienced parent. We tend to have many expectations about parenthood and need help adjusting when things don’t go to plan.
(610) 813-6206 View (610) 813-6206
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Carrie Byrne
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21212
I am a psychotherapist working in Baltimore County, MD. My specialties are maternal mental health, relationship issues, depression and anxiety disorders. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters of Social Work in 1999. I am a member of Postpartum Support International and the National Association of Social Workers.
I am a psychotherapist working in Baltimore County, MD. My specialties are maternal mental health, relationship issues, depression and anxiety disorders. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters of Social Work in 1999. I am a member of Postpartum Support International and the National Association of Social Workers.
(410) 864-8097 View (410) 864-8097
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Jen Dugan
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSMFT, LCMFT
Verified Verified
Baltimore, MD 21210
Pre-pregnancy, the fertility journey, infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and all aspects of motherhood and fertility hold a special place in my personal and professional heart.
When meeting any client, I am excited to hear their stories and join them on their journey. I love supporting individuals and families who are growing and changing and adjusting, as this is a significant and intense time. Transition in any form is something that I love to focus on, because with transition, comes growth. Sometimes a helping hand is the most useful. Contact me to find out about my in-home services
Pre-pregnancy, the fertility journey, infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and all aspects of motherhood and fertility hold a special place in my personal and professional heart.
When meeting any client, I am excited to hear their stories and join them on their journey. I love supporting individuals and families who are growing and changing and adjusting, as this is a significant and intense time. Transition in any form is something that I love to focus on, because with transition, comes growth. Sometimes a helping hand is the most useful. Contact me to find out about my in-home services
(410) 871-8850 View (410) 871-8850
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Nina Davey
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, PMH-C, ATR-BC
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Baltimore, MD 21212  (Online Only)
Waitlist for new clients
I also hold a certification in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C).
I believe that everyone is capable of healing, growth, and resiliency. Although life is constantly changing and moving, I believe that each person can achieve the life and level of happiness they desire through self-exploration and a deeper look into their experiences. I work from an experiential based, relational/attachment model to support your healing journey and to strengthen self-awareness. I use a variety of modalities through a trauma-informed perspective, including Art Therapy, EMDR, and Somatic Experiencing.
I also hold a certification in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C).
I believe that everyone is capable of healing, growth, and resiliency. Although life is constantly changing and moving, I believe that each person can achieve the life and level of happiness they desire through self-exploration and a deeper look into their experiences. I work from an experiential based, relational/attachment model to support your healing journey and to strengthen self-awareness. I use a variety of modalities through a trauma-informed perspective, including Art Therapy, EMDR, and Somatic Experiencing.
(443) 213-0224 View (443) 213-0224
Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapists

What are the most effective ways to address pregnancy, prenatal, and postpartum concerns?

The most effective way to address pregnancy, prenatal, and postpartum concerns is by finding a therapist who has prior experience helping other patients overcome the challenge being faced. For example, a marriage and family therapist may have experience helping couples adjust to their new relationship dynamic. An anxiety specialist may have experience helping with phobias or illness anxiety related to the child’s health. A depression specialist may have experience treating postpartum depression.

When should I seek treatment for prenatal or postpartum concerns?

Pregnancy and the postpartum period involve intense physical and mental changes; a degree of upset and instability is normal. However, if these changes impair daily functioning, it may be time to seek help. This distinction is pertinent for postpartum depression: A period of teariness, irritability, and distress is difficult but normal in the one to two weeks after childbirth (sometimes called the “baby blues.”) But if feelings of sadness and hopelessness persist beyond that period, the person should seek treatment.

How do I manage worries during pregnancy or the postnatal period?

A therapist can help patients develop the tools they need to manage anxieties during or after pregnancy. Cognitive behavioral therapy can help people identify and reframe harmful patterns of thought, and change their behaviors. Other techniques and skills can allow people to develop acceptance, psychological flexibility, self-compassion, communication skills, and more.

Are there specific medications for postpartum depression?

In 2019, the FDA approved the first medication designed to treat postpartum depression. The medication is called brexanolone and is delivered intravenously by a medical professional over the course of a few days. However, typical antidepressants, which are more accessible, can also treat postpartum depression. The disorder is often best treated through a combination of medication and therapy.