Opinion LETTER March 27, 2019 Image Credit:Chloe Cushman To the Editor: Re: “Can a Drug Stop Postpartum Depression?,” by Elisa Albert and Jennifer Block (Op-Ed, March 25): We do not completely understand the etiology of postpartum depression. Those of us in the trenches with moms who suffer deeply know only too well that our best efforts to understand […]
Published on August 13, 2014 by Karen Kleiman, MSW, LCSW in This Isn’t What I Expected PSYCHOLOGY TODAY While much of the entertainment world and its devoted audience continue to grapple with the abrupt death of a beloved public figure, the loss of Robin Williams seems to have triggered an avalanche of panic […]
Yesterday, Katie Couric talked about postpartum depression with Dr. Craig Garfield and Craig, a father who experienced paternal depression. The research study carried out by Dr. Garfield was groundbreaking and brings attention to the needs of dads during the postpartum period. We discussed this “together” in the article in The Atlantic, “Postpartum Depression Can Happen […]
Please check out this video from The Mike and Juliet Morning Show featuring Sylvia Lasalandra and her husband as they discuss the impact of postpartum depression on husbands. Sylvia is author of the great book, A Daughter’s Touch. They were joined by Michael and Kate Lurie. Michael has written the book, My journey to her […]
Registration for our upcoming quarterly training in March is closed. Any clinician wishing to attend can now register for June training. Details of the training can be found on our website. And as always, feel free to email Dr. Marcie Weiner, our training coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or email me directly at email@example.com. Looking forward to […]
South Jersey Mom Magazine (southjerseymom.com) is a new parenting publication for Southern New Jersey moms or moms-to-be. It is filled with information, advice and support for mothers. In this month’s issue, they have an article on PPD you might want to read.