We are excited to launch our new IN-HOME Perinatal Wellness Program.
Our team at the PPSC recognize that it can be challenging for pregnant and postpartum women to get to an office for therapy appointments. Perhaps illness, disability, personal crisis, lack of, transportation, or childcare difficulties become obstacles. Home-based support can provide a solution.
About our program
The PPSC Perinatal Wellness Program was established to provide perinatal counseling services to women in order to initiate support at the earliest possible point. The IN-HOME program is designed as a short-term support intervention until arrangements can be made for longer-term in-home or in-office support, if and/or when indicated.
- Our mission is to bring our services to families who may otherwise not receive timely care and treatment.
- Services will be provided by a master’s level mental health professional contracted with The Postpartum Stress Center, LLC, and supervised by our clinical director, Dr Marcie Weiner.
- Services are available to all perinatal clients and can be customized to meet the needs of each family, during pregnancy, postpartum, or following a loss.
- Prior verbal authorization by our clinical director is required for in-home or in-office mental health psychotherapy services.
- All clients voluntarily agree to treatment and accordingly may terminate any time.
- These services are not covered by insurance. Fee for service will be consistent with our out-of-network fees and will be adjusted to meet the needs of each individual client.
The PPSC provides IN-HOME assessment, counseling, and guidance for:
- High risk pregnancies
- Pregnancy and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders
- Childbirth preparation
- Increasing confidence during medicated or unmedicated childbirth
- Cesarean birth support
- Couples and/or family counseling throughout pregnancy and birth
- Partner support for pregnancy and birth
- Anxieties specific to childbirth experience
For additional program details, please read our informed consent document, then print and sign the Informed Consent and give to your therapist at your first meeting.