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  • How to Work From Home: Parents Edition March 27, 2020
    How to Work From Home: Parents Edition by Melodye Phillips As the reality of the Coronavirus hit America shores, millions of parents were thrust into the difficult role of working from home- with their children out of school, hobbies, sports, and any other regularly scheduled activity obliterated from their calendars. As a parent you probably...
  • Featured PSI Member: Silvia Wetherell MIC, PMH-C March 3, 2020
    Featured PSI Member: Silvia Wetherell MIC, PMH-C Registered Counselor PSI Certification in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C) Ph.D. Student: Applied Psychophysiology PSI Volunteer: Singapore Coordinator     Tell us a little about yourself outside of your work.  We are an international family since I am Portuguese, lived in England for 10 years where I met my...
  • Friendship for New Mothers November 18, 2019
    Friendship for New Mothers Alexis E. Menken, PhD Clinical Psychologist Montclair, NJ NJ Coordinator/Advisory Council Postpartum Support International They say it takes a village to raise a child, but it also takes a village to truly nurture and sustain a new mother.  Of course, friendships are helpful in every stage of life, but its the...

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  • How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate August 15, 2019
    When you're struggling with any perinatal mood or anxiety disorder you need to be your own mental health care advocate to get the best possible care. The post How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate appeared first on Maternal Mental Health Research Collaborative.
  • My Baby Is A Year Old & I Still Have Postpartum Depression August 5, 2019
    Postpartum depression is the most common complication of child birth, affecting upwards of 1 in 4 women every year. It doesn’t discriminate and can affect anyone with symptoms that range from feeling isolated, sad and alone all the way to full blown rage and crippling insomnia. While each mom’s experience with postpartum depression is different… […]
  • How Postpartum Depression & Anxiety Affected My Relationship with My Husband July 8, 2019
    Having a new baby puts a lot of strain on a relationship, whether you’re married or not. The dramatic change in routine, your roles and the responsibility of keeping a tiny baby alive will test your relationship in ways that you can’t imagine. My husband and I had been married close to five years before… […]
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