Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapists in Omaha, NE

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Michenzie Bruce
Counselor, MA, LIMHP
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68104
I also have experience working with women in the areas of relationship issues, postpartum depression and anxiety, infertility, and infant/pregnancy loss.
Sometimes we come to a season in which we realize that our current ways of dealing with past trauma, connecting with people, or balancing life stressors just aren't working anymore. I am passionate about creating a compassionate and safe setting where an individual can work through strong emotions and past trauma. There is always hope and healing that can be rewritten into the path you are currently on. I have specific training in Maternal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International as well as Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART).
I also have experience working with women in the areas of relationship issues, postpartum depression and anxiety, infertility, and infant/pregnancy loss.
Sometimes we come to a season in which we realize that our current ways of dealing with past trauma, connecting with people, or balancing life stressors just aren't working anymore. I am passionate about creating a compassionate and safe setting where an individual can work through strong emotions and past trauma. There is always hope and healing that can be rewritten into the path you are currently on. I have specific training in Maternal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International as well as Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART).
(402) 389-3871 View (402) 389-3871
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Anna Wheeler
Counselor, LMHP, LPC, PMH-C
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68154
I also hold a Perinatal Mental Health Certifiation through Postpartum Support International.
Life is full of adjustments and transitions. From childhood and teen years onto motherhood and parenting - and everything in between- navigating these stages with support can make the greatest impact, knowing you are not alone. I believe individuals need to feel heard, understood, and supported to find healing. I am passionate about meeting clients where they are and supporting them through these adjustments. I specialize in child therapy, as well as prenatal anxiety, postpartum depression, adjusting to parenthood, and women’s issues.
I also hold a Perinatal Mental Health Certifiation through Postpartum Support International.
Life is full of adjustments and transitions. From childhood and teen years onto motherhood and parenting - and everything in between- navigating these stages with support can make the greatest impact, knowing you are not alone. I believe individuals need to feel heard, understood, and supported to find healing. I am passionate about meeting clients where they are and supporting them through these adjustments. I specialize in child therapy, as well as prenatal anxiety, postpartum depression, adjusting to parenthood, and women’s issues.
(402) 674-6905 View (402) 674-6905
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Mackenzie Burt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHP, LCSW
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68154
I truly enjoy working with clients to recognize their strongest and truest potential, to find success and positive change while identifying strategies that work best for them to break through barriers holding them back. Through a dedicated therapeutic relationship, I hope to offer support, guidance and empowerment in a safe and confidential space meant for growth and change. I utilize cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, and am trained in EMDR to address trauma and/or PTSD. I also have specialized training in working with Perinatal and Postpartum mothers through the transitions and difficulties of motherhood.
I truly enjoy working with clients to recognize their strongest and truest potential, to find success and positive change while identifying strategies that work best for them to break through barriers holding them back. Through a dedicated therapeutic relationship, I hope to offer support, guidance and empowerment in a safe and confidential space meant for growth and change. I utilize cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, and am trained in EMDR to address trauma and/or PTSD. I also have specialized training in working with Perinatal and Postpartum mothers through the transitions and difficulties of motherhood.
(402) 251-2703 View (402) 251-2703
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Margo Botkin
Counselor, LIMHP, LPC
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68116
Welcome! I'm so glad you're here. I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP) who offers in-person or telehealth counseling services to clients in Nebraska or Iowa. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with perinatal mental health issues, stress, grief, anxiety, depression and trauma. Together, we determine your goals and develop a treatment plan to meet your needs.
Welcome! I'm so glad you're here. I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP) who offers in-person or telehealth counseling services to clients in Nebraska or Iowa. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with perinatal mental health issues, stress, grief, anxiety, depression and trauma. Together, we determine your goals and develop a treatment plan to meet your needs.
(402) 624-4257 View (402) 624-4257
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Jodi L. Gentleman
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP, LISW, (Iowa)
Verified Verified
8 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68127  (Online Only)
NOW Accepting new clients for Nebraska and Iowa; with convenient Telehealth! You have found a friendly, compassionate, and insightful therapist! Today is the day to take a step...for YOU. Every person has their own unique journey. I HEAR you. I understand. I meet you where you ARE. Together we will get you where you want to BE. Specialty areas; women (and partners) facing conception, pregnancy, postpartum, NICU, birth, first-time parenting, menopause & everything-in-between difficulties. All stressful life transitions, ADHD, depression, anxiety, chronic mental and medical illness, and Health Professional support.
NOW Accepting new clients for Nebraska and Iowa; with convenient Telehealth! You have found a friendly, compassionate, and insightful therapist! Today is the day to take a step...for YOU. Every person has their own unique journey. I HEAR you. I understand. I meet you where you ARE. Together we will get you where you want to BE. Specialty areas; women (and partners) facing conception, pregnancy, postpartum, NICU, birth, first-time parenting, menopause & everything-in-between difficulties. All stressful life transitions, ADHD, depression, anxiety, chronic mental and medical illness, and Health Professional support.
(402) 313-4432 View (402) 313-4432
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Veronica Olson
Counselor, LMHP, LPC, NCC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68132
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or depressed? I have assisted many clients in addressing and managing their mental health and wellness. I empower my clients with tools to move themselves through life's challenges by supporting and instilling hope. My experience ranges from helping people cope with depression, anxiety, family stressors, life changes, and transitions, work stress, relationship challenges, parenting, grief/loss, infertility, and pregnancy.
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or depressed? I have assisted many clients in addressing and managing their mental health and wellness. I empower my clients with tools to move themselves through life's challenges by supporting and instilling hope. My experience ranges from helping people cope with depression, anxiety, family stressors, life changes, and transitions, work stress, relationship challenges, parenting, grief/loss, infertility, and pregnancy.
(402) 383-5160 View (402) 383-5160
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Sharon Heckathorn
Counselor, LIMHP, IADC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68116
I specialize in working with anxiety disorders and women with postpartum depression.
You or your child can relate to the stress or anxiety that life events or transitions can bring. This stress can often leave people stuck in endless worry or feelings of sadness and hopelessness. It is possible that your concerns are beginning to impact your sleep, relationships, job performance, or ability to do well in school. No matter how your presenting concerns are impacting you, I want to offer you a place to find renewed hope. We will work together to understand your struggles and build a plan that works best to meet your needs.
I specialize in working with anxiety disorders and women with postpartum depression.
You or your child can relate to the stress or anxiety that life events or transitions can bring. This stress can often leave people stuck in endless worry or feelings of sadness and hopelessness. It is possible that your concerns are beginning to impact your sleep, relationships, job performance, or ability to do well in school. No matter how your presenting concerns are impacting you, I want to offer you a place to find renewed hope. We will work together to understand your struggles and build a plan that works best to meet your needs.
(402) 396-7508 View (402) 396-7508
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Millie Lain
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, PLMHP, PLMFT
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68137
Are you a self-aware person who, despite all that awareness, still feel "off?" Still feel anxious, irritable, or depressed? Maybe you've done therapy in the past but it didn't work for you. If you find that you are struggling in interpersonal relationships or with family dynamics, I could be a good fit for you. If you are ready to do the work, to learn to sit with the discomfort that change can often bring, I could be the therapist for you. I enjoy working with early and middle-age adults, first-generation immigrants, and new parents/postpartum mothers.
Are you a self-aware person who, despite all that awareness, still feel "off?" Still feel anxious, irritable, or depressed? Maybe you've done therapy in the past but it didn't work for you. If you find that you are struggling in interpersonal relationships or with family dynamics, I could be a good fit for you. If you are ready to do the work, to learn to sit with the discomfort that change can often bring, I could be the therapist for you. I enjoy working with early and middle-age adults, first-generation immigrants, and new parents/postpartum mothers.
(402) 382-6256 View (402) 382-6256
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Becky Baruth
Provisional Mental Health Practitioner, PLMHP, PMH-C, CPD
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68127
With 15+ years' professional experience working with growing families, and advanced training in perinatal mental health, interpersonal psychotherapy, and brainspotting, I have the educational foundation to assist you.
Are you facing a major life transition like becoming a parent, or maybe you've just received a difficult medical diagnosis, or maybe the loss of a loved one, or a significant relationship change? All the turmoil has left you feeling overwhelmed, stuck in worry, or feeling like it will never get better. You might be struggling with anxiety and depression and maybe not getting the support you need at home? Whether it's your first-time considering therapy or you've been thinking about it for a while, you might feel anxious about even taking that step. Or maybe you have done therapy before and want to explore a different approach.
With 15+ years' professional experience working with growing families, and advanced training in perinatal mental health, interpersonal psychotherapy, and brainspotting, I have the educational foundation to assist you.
Are you facing a major life transition like becoming a parent, or maybe you've just received a difficult medical diagnosis, or maybe the loss of a loved one, or a significant relationship change? All the turmoil has left you feeling overwhelmed, stuck in worry, or feeling like it will never get better. You might be struggling with anxiety and depression and maybe not getting the support you need at home? Whether it's your first-time considering therapy or you've been thinking about it for a while, you might feel anxious about even taking that step. Or maybe you have done therapy before and want to explore a different approach.
(531) 202-3860 View (531) 202-3860
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Laura Dolejs
Counselor, LICSW, PMH-C
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68116
Waitlist for new clients
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who offers individual therapy services to adults. I offer in-person sessions or telehealth to clients in Nebraska or Iowa. During my career, I have had experience working in a variety of mental health settings. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with perinatal mental health issues, stress, grief, anxiety, depression, OCD and trauma. I have experience working with individuals who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, infant or child loss.
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who offers individual therapy services to adults. I offer in-person sessions or telehealth to clients in Nebraska or Iowa. During my career, I have had experience working in a variety of mental health settings. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with perinatal mental health issues, stress, grief, anxiety, depression, OCD and trauma. I have experience working with individuals who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, infant or child loss.
(402) 545-5253 View (402) 545-5253
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Anna Jeseritz
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP, LISW
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68124
Waitlist for new clients
I will work with you to process and cope with trauma, depression, anxiety, stress and perinatal concerns.
Exhausted, overwhelmed, or depressed? Have you ever felt like you just want to run away from it all? Or lock yourself in the bathroom and cry? (I have!) Do you have a hard time balancing the mom/work/spouse life so much that it's hard to find enjoyment? I have been there. Lived it. Struggled through it. You are not alone! From the young adult navigating career demands and life changes, to the new mom, to the experienced mom that is burnt out, women have unique needs and demands put upon them. I am here to create space and support as we process the challenges and find solutions and balance, so you can feel like yourself again.
I will work with you to process and cope with trauma, depression, anxiety, stress and perinatal concerns.
Exhausted, overwhelmed, or depressed? Have you ever felt like you just want to run away from it all? Or lock yourself in the bathroom and cry? (I have!) Do you have a hard time balancing the mom/work/spouse life so much that it's hard to find enjoyment? I have been there. Lived it. Struggled through it. You are not alone! From the young adult navigating career demands and life changes, to the new mom, to the experienced mom that is burnt out, women have unique needs and demands put upon them. I am here to create space and support as we process the challenges and find solutions and balance, so you can feel like yourself again.
(402) 629-6167 View (402) 629-6167
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Rachel Brabec Mental Health & Wellness
Counselor, MS, LMHP, LIMHP
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68116
Waitlist for new clients
With a passion for working with women in their life journey, I have training and certification in Perinatal Mental Health.
Hello! I am so glad you are here. As your therapist, I provide a safe space to explore and navigate feelings, fears, and worries you may be experiencing. You can expect a welcoming and relaxed environment, with an empathetic approach, free of judgement. Working through vulnerabilities and difficult thoughts can be contained and explored safely here with me. Together, we can identify your goals and approach a treatment plan which will meet your individual needs.
With a passion for working with women in their life journey, I have training and certification in Perinatal Mental Health.
Hello! I am so glad you are here. As your therapist, I provide a safe space to explore and navigate feelings, fears, and worries you may be experiencing. You can expect a welcoming and relaxed environment, with an empathetic approach, free of judgement. Working through vulnerabilities and difficult thoughts can be contained and explored safely here with me. Together, we can identify your goals and approach a treatment plan which will meet your individual needs.
(531) 201-8367 View (531) 201-8367
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Danielle Cheney Macnab
Independent Mental Health Practitioner, MS, LIMHP
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68154  (Online Only)
You are exhausted, stressed, and always taking care of everyone else first. You are ready to make a change, and need support and guidance. You want to feel well so you can enjoy your life. Depression, anxiety, trauma, seasons of change like pregnancy and motherhood; whatever you are experiencing, you deserve time for yourself. You are worthy. I want to partner with you to help you feel more empowered, energized, and content.
You are exhausted, stressed, and always taking care of everyone else first. You are ready to make a change, and need support and guidance. You want to feel well so you can enjoy your life. Depression, anxiety, trauma, seasons of change like pregnancy and motherhood; whatever you are experiencing, you deserve time for yourself. You are worthy. I want to partner with you to help you feel more empowered, energized, and content.
(531) 233-1174 View (531) 233-1174
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Raquel Moreno Izaguirre
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PLMHP, PCSW, PLADC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68127
Waitlist for new clients
I am a bilingual Provisionally Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I offer individual therapy services to children 13 years old through adulthood. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with pregnancy/postpartum mental health, stress, grief, anxiety, depression, substance use and trauma. I also offer substance use evaluations. It is also important for me to target the Latino community and work with individuals struggling with cultural issues.
I am a bilingual Provisionally Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I offer individual therapy services to children 13 years old through adulthood. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with pregnancy/postpartum mental health, stress, grief, anxiety, depression, substance use and trauma. I also offer substance use evaluations. It is also important for me to target the Latino community and work with individuals struggling with cultural issues.
(402) 226-1876 View (402) 226-1876
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Dezi McEvoy
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LCSW
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68101
Additionally, I specialize in couples therapy, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and provide guidance during prenatal and postnatal for both parents.
I take a holistic health approach, focusing on treating and supporting the person as a whole. All facets of life are examined including mental, emotional, physical, nutrition & social to help determine the best plan for healing. I strive to create a safe environment that is welcoming to all and goes beyond focusing on an illness and eliminating symptoms, but rather create a positive approach to life. The best way to schedule is via email.
Additionally, I specialize in couples therapy, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and provide guidance during prenatal and postnatal for both parents.
I take a holistic health approach, focusing on treating and supporting the person as a whole. All facets of life are examined including mental, emotional, physical, nutrition & social to help determine the best plan for healing. I strive to create a safe environment that is welcoming to all and goes beyond focusing on an illness and eliminating symptoms, but rather create a positive approach to life. The best way to schedule is via email.
(402) 256-7998 View (402) 256-7998
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Kay Arispe
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68132
I have specialized training in pregnancy and postpartum mothers and partners.
Hi, I'm Kay. I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist. I specialize in major life transitions and help my clients navigate their "new normal." Whether this transition is becoming a parent, experiencing loss or taking on a new role, I believe that it is of utmost importance to really get to know each individual client by hearing their story and identifying their goals, values and what matters most to them.
I have specialized training in pregnancy and postpartum mothers and partners.
Hi, I'm Kay. I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist. I specialize in major life transitions and help my clients navigate their "new normal." Whether this transition is becoming a parent, experiencing loss or taking on a new role, I believe that it is of utmost importance to really get to know each individual client by hearing their story and identifying their goals, values and what matters most to them.
(402) 792-4136 View (402) 792-4136
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Megan Donovan
Counselor, LIMHP, NCC
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68124
I am working towards certification in Perinatal Mental Health Therapy.
Taking the first step to start therapy is really intimidating. I am here to guide you through that process and create a space for you that promotes healing. I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and I believe that therapy should be a collaboration, between therapist and client, working together to create changes in your life so you can feel fulfilled and centered again. Starting this journey is not easy but once you do, you will feel hope and potential to make your life yours again. I have experience will all walks of life and offer a safe space for everyone searching for help.
I am working towards certification in Perinatal Mental Health Therapy.
Taking the first step to start therapy is really intimidating. I am here to guide you through that process and create a space for you that promotes healing. I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and I believe that therapy should be a collaboration, between therapist and client, working together to create changes in your life so you can feel fulfilled and centered again. Starting this journey is not easy but once you do, you will feel hope and potential to make your life yours again. I have experience will all walks of life and offer a safe space for everyone searching for help.
(402) 703-2853 View (402) 703-2853
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Laurelin Sterns
Independent Mental Health Practitioner, LIMHP, CPC
Verified Verified
Omaha, NE 68154
I love working with clients who are navigating life transitions, such as emerging adulthood (ages 20-30), marriage, pregnancy and postpartum, divorce, grief and loss.
At Revision Psychotherapy, I believe that the stories we create, or have been told, about who we are as individuals have a strong influence on our daily lives. They affect our habits, our relationships, our self-concepts, and our choices. These narratives can empower, or they can imprison - but no story is written in stone, and no ending is predetermined. At Revision Psychotherapy, I am committed to helping you tell your story, examine your story, and, if necessary, rewrite your story. My goal for you to is to achieve a sense of autonomy—of being the author of your own life story rather than a character in it.
I love working with clients who are navigating life transitions, such as emerging adulthood (ages 20-30), marriage, pregnancy and postpartum, divorce, grief and loss.
At Revision Psychotherapy, I believe that the stories we create, or have been told, about who we are as individuals have a strong influence on our daily lives. They affect our habits, our relationships, our self-concepts, and our choices. These narratives can empower, or they can imprison - but no story is written in stone, and no ending is predetermined. At Revision Psychotherapy, I am committed to helping you tell your story, examine your story, and, if necessary, rewrite your story. My goal for you to is to achieve a sense of autonomy—of being the author of your own life story rather than a character in it.
(402) 922-7581 View (402) 922-7581
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Paige McCoy
Counselor, LIMHP, LADC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68116
“Daring greatly means the courage to be vulnerable. It means to show up and be seen. To ask for what you need. To talk about how you’re feeling. To have the hard conversations.” - Brene Brown. As a therapist I want to help make the hard conversations a little easier to have. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults who may be impacted by symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, perinatal mental health concerns, and substance use. My goal is to help empower my clients to feel confident in being able to utilize healthy coping skills for their current life stressors and mental health symptoms.
“Daring greatly means the courage to be vulnerable. It means to show up and be seen. To ask for what you need. To talk about how you’re feeling. To have the hard conversations.” - Brene Brown. As a therapist I want to help make the hard conversations a little easier to have. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults who may be impacted by symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, perinatal mental health concerns, and substance use. My goal is to help empower my clients to feel confident in being able to utilize healthy coping skills for their current life stressors and mental health symptoms.
(402) 347-2134 View (402) 347-2134
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Allyson Campbell
Mental Health Practitioner, LICSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Omaha, NE 68130
Are you a experiencing emotional difficulties during pregnancy or after the birth of your child? Is your child having difficulty with emotional regulation? Has your teenager become withdrawn, moody, depressed or are they experiencing anxiety in the social environment? Are you struggling with your own emotions, feeling stressed, depressed or anxious? Have you had a traumatic experience that has turned your life upside down? Do you feel isolated, lonely or overwhelmed? I can help. Goals for therapy always start with your needs and concerns, first and foremost.
Are you a experiencing emotional difficulties during pregnancy or after the birth of your child? Is your child having difficulty with emotional regulation? Has your teenager become withdrawn, moody, depressed or are they experiencing anxiety in the social environment? Are you struggling with your own emotions, feeling stressed, depressed or anxious? Have you had a traumatic experience that has turned your life upside down? Do you feel isolated, lonely or overwhelmed? I can help. Goals for therapy always start with your needs and concerns, first and foremost.
(402) 866-8704 View (402) 866-8704
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.