Postpartum Depression Therapy
Signs You May Benefit From Postpartum Depression Therapy
The birth of a new baby is an exciting time - but it can also be stressful. While all new moms are sleep deprived and worried about their baby's well being, many moms also struggle with postpartum depression and anxiety. These issues go beyond the normal "baby blues" that most new moms have. If you think you may be struggling with postpartum depression or anxiety, there is help available - this is a fairly common, highly treatable issue that many moms successfully overcome.
Take a look at these signs that you may benefit from postpartum depression therapy or postpartum anxiety therapy:
You're struggling to feel connected to your baby.
You're having regular, unwanted thoughts that are concerning or feel unsafe.
You feel that you're not qualified to parent your baby.
You struggle to sleep, even when you're exhausted, due to overwhelming anxious or upsetting thoughts.
You don't feel like yourself anymore
You are experiencing anger or rage towards your partner.
When you're searching online for postpartum depression therapy or postpartum anxiety therapy, it's a good sign. You're recognizing that something isn't quite right, and you know that you can get help. I'm here for you - you don't have to go through this alone. Beginning postpartum depression therapy or postpartum anxiety therapy doesn't mean you're a bad parent. In fact, it's quite the opposite. When you search out help for the issues you're experiencing after childbirth, you're making it clear that you value showing up as your healthiest self for your child. I am trained in Perinatal Mental Health through PSI and I provide perinatal mental health therapy in Claremont, CA. Reach out to me today to learn more about how I can help you through the postpartum period using research-proven techniques to help you get your mental health back on track.