C’mon Now…. Really?

Read new post on Psychology Today: Mommy Wars: Aren’t We All on the Same Side?

Guide for Training Participants

Our training course participants will now receive a copy of the PPSC’s Guide to Enhancing your PPD Private Practice: A Checklist for Successful Practice. This tool will surely help launch each course graduate into a direction that feels rewarding and purposeful.

Doulas Expand Their PPD Knowledge

I was thrilled to have the opportunity to meet with two groups of doulas this morning to run a PPD 101 workshop. The doulas from After The Stork LLC and Loving Beginnings,Inc. recognized the importance of learning more about this crucial topic and sought to expand their knowledge base regarding the warning signs of PPD […]

PPSC Sept Training

Honestly, it’s getting redundant for me to sing the praises of the talented and enthusiastic clinicians that I am honored to meet with for our trainings. Today’s training was another fabulous group of therapists who are incredibly dedicated to this work and who share a common commitment to better meet the needs of postpartum women. […]

September PPD Training

We will soon be finalizing our registration for the fall (!) training class. Any clinician interested in joining the course should contact us as soon as possible so we can reserve a spot for you. The trainings are best suited for the clinician in private practice who has an interest in specializing in the treatment […]

Welcome Serena!

All of us at The Postpartum Stress Center are grateful to have Serena Jacobs, MSW, join our wonderful team of postpartum specialists. Serena brings great passion and dedication to her work and we know the women she treats will feel comforted in her presence. Here’s what she has to say about her work: “After a […]

New PPSC Tools for postpartum depression

We have two new important tools available on our website you might be interested in.For clients: “Are you having thoughts that are scaring you?” Women who experience negative intrusive thoughts are not always sure what they are, what they mean, or what to do about them. It can be one of the most terrifying symptoms […]

New support group at the PPSC!

Our new support group to help you navigate the emotional challenges of motherhood is starting Wednesday April 4! Need a safe place to discuss what you are really going through and feeling?— Enjoy the company of other moms who share similar feelings.— Gain insight and support during this time of transition.— Reclaim your sense of […]

Train to be a postpartum expert!

This weekend I was privileged to meet a group of inspiring clinicians who are passionate about specializing in the area pf perinatal mood disorders and the impact it has on the women they treat and the work that they do. What a wonderful experience these trainings are for me! It is such a joy for […]

Postpartum Mood Survey

To all interested clinicians, healthcare providers who treat women with PPD and of course, all women and men (!) who have had a baby in the last year: I am privileged to be involved in research with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine where are developing a new screening […]

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