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Pregnancy is supposed to be a wonderful time - preparing for baby.  It isn't always that way.  Hormonal changes, expectations, miscarriages, the baby's medical problems, a woman may become depressed and/or anxious.  The birth may be difficult.  The baby may not latch. Tired...  Bonding? What if the baby has an allergy?

I can help you work through some of the peripartum and postpartum mood changes and doubts that you experience. While today it is more generally accepted that those supposedly wonderful moments after birth, are sometimes very difficult and disappointing, having someone to talk with about your experience, helps you and helps baby.  

I am a psychologist and psychoanalyst that can help you with the emotions you experience in pregnancy, being pregnant, and postpartum. 

Find me on Psychology Today, here:

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Postpartum Depression and Anxiety during or after Pregnancy.

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