Foreword to CBT

Foreword Amy Wenzel and I were first introduced at the University of Pennsylvania, where we met with two colleagues to join forces on behalf of postpartum women. The four of us convened to contribute to what developed into a new screening tool for postpartum women. I confess I was simultaneously impressed and intimidated by the […]

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Maternal Awareness Month: Postpartum Scary Thoughts

    Last night I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Eric Heegaard (OBGYN) on his radio show, The Gyno Show, along with Krista Post, from the Postpartum Counseling Center. During the show, we discussed the universal nature of scary thoughts during the postpartum period.  Come listen! Click here to listen to the show. […]

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Postpartum Depression?: I’m still not sure

  CBT and PPD. I used to think it was an oxymoron. Cognitive behavioral therapy is hard work. Definitely worth it, but hard work, nonetheless. Simply put, CBT is based on the notion that our feelings and behaviors are a consequence of the thoughts we are having. Regarding depression, if we reframe our negative thoughts, […]

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