What's the best way to get a hold of us?
Certainly you should call us. Sometimes, women feel better after the first phone call, when they can get some reassurance that their symptoms may not be as worrisome as they fear. But if you are worried about your symptoms, be sure to contact your healthcare practitioner. If you live outside our local area and are unable to travel to the PPSC for an evaluation, or are unable to find a PPD specialist in your area, we are available for a one-time phone consultation. If you live outside our local area, please do not email us with your specific symptoms. Please understand that we are not able to respond to individual clinical concerns for women we are not treating. It is imperative that you speak with the doctor and/or therapist who is treating you.
If you would like to reach out to other women who are experiencing similar concerns, please visit postpartumprogress.com, a support blog founded by peer Katherine Stone.
If you are requesting an interview, please call 610-525-7527 x2 or email us email@example.com
If you are a clinician or agency representative who is interested in the organization of the PPSC and would like more information on developing a similar program, we can arrange for a one-hour phone consultation to initiate the process. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a clinician treating women with prenatal or postpartum mood disorders and would like consultation with a particular case, please complete our professional consultation form. or email us. If one phone conversation is insufficient, ongoing supervision is available at the PPSC. In addition, please consider joining our 10-Hour Post-Graduate Training Program for intensive exploration of postpartum depression and related treatment issues.
Please feel free to contact the PPSC with any questions you may have email@example.com
If you are a local organization and would like a staff member from the PPSC to speak to your group or agency, please email us detailed information. Additionally you will be asked to complete the PPSC request form.
If you are a student who is studying postpartum depression, writing a research paper, or working on your dissertation, please understand that although we unquestionably support the work you are doing, we are not able to respond to individual inquiries.
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