Postpartum depression support group
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Our support groups are a safe place for women to talk openly about their experiences. All of our counselling and facilitating staff are mothers who have experienced and resolved perinatal distress. The groups are weekly two-hour sessions, each with up to eight members. We currently have groups in Richmond, North Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Cloverdale and two in Vancouver, with two additional groups opening this Fall one in Burnaby and an additional group in Vancouver.
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Postpartum Depression & New Parent Support Group
Postpartum Depression Support Group in Philadelphia, PA
I have run postpartum groups for many years and have seen how powerful it can be when women are in an environment where they feel free to discuss the more difficult feelings and experiences arising after having a baby. The group meets every other week for eight sessions. If you are interested in the group, we will meet once so that you can get a sense of me and hear more about the group, and we can determine if it is likely to be a good fit for you. If you would like to join, I ask for you to commit to the eight week cycle.
Postpartum Depression Support
Welcome to the Online PPMD Support Group Being a mother is one of the hardest jobs anyone can do, and having a mood disorder can make a hard job feel impossible. Many women experience some form of postpartum mood disorders. Having a mental illness is not a measure of your worth, social status, race or religion.
Postpartum depression PPD is a serious illness that rarely gets better on its own. It requires treatment, and the good news is that good treatment is available. The specific treatment you receive depends on the severity of your symptoms. The second-line treatment is medication—namely certain selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors SSRIs. For severe symptoms of PPD, the first-line treatment is medication.