The Postpartum Stress Center was founded in 1988 by Karen Kleiman, MSW, LCSW.
The Center was established to provide a better understanding and comprehensive clinical intervention for any woman who suffers from the range of prenatal and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.
Our objective is to provide support and treatment for the pregnant or postpartum woman and her family as well as guidance for her treating physician or therapist.
We are committed to providing excellent clinical care and education to both our clients and professionals who seek our expertise.
“I honestly am not sure if I would have had my second baby if it weren’t for Karen. After my birth trauma, I thought I would never want to go through anything like this again. I’m so grateful I did. Now I have my precious little boy.”Carrie
Our office in Rosemont, Pennsylvania offers general counseling services to men, women and couples in addition to our expertise in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We are an LGBT affirmative Center and welcome all individuals or couples who seek support and guidance at any time point in their lives.
Referrals to The Postpartum Stress Center come from psychiatrists, OBGYNs, family practitioners, pediatricians, RNs, therapists, Postpartum Support International, midwifery groups, women centers, feeding support groups, and direct referrals from the mother or family members.
Partners are encouraged to attend the initial therapy session and are also invited participate in the treatment program to the degree both partners feel would be beneficial to the family.
Babies are always welcome!
We are here to help you feel like yourself again.
Call us if you do not like the way you are feeling. We can help you decide what to do next.
1062 Lancaster Ave, suite 2
Rosemont, Pennsylvania 19010
Most of our therapists accept Blue Cross Personal Choice PPO, Keystone, Aetna, Amerihealth PPO/IBC
Please note that our senior therapists do not accept insurance.
In 2003 Karen Kleiman was honored to receive the Jane Honikman award from Postpartum Support International, (PSI) for “outstanding contribution to the goal of increasing awareness of emotional health related to childbearing”
In 2008, The Postpartum Stress Center was listed in Philly Magazine as a Philadelphia Hospital: Maternal/Fetal Care “Center of Excellence.”