How to choose a therapist when sad or anxious in pregnancy or after deliverySep 21, 2023
The hardest part of #adulting for me is being a parent. I have often told my closest friends that it would be my hardest won accomplishment. Each stage of parenting requires support, and the very beginning of this journey is no different. If you are struggling or having difficulty coping get some qualified help.
Five Quick tips on choosing a therapist during pregnancy and after delivery/postpartum.
💡 Making sure that they are certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Interpersonal Therapy or both.
💡Look for a Maverick who keeps up to date with practice changes and goes to conferences.
💡Make sure that they are state licensed and belong to a professional organization.
💡 Look for PMH-C or specific training in perinatal mood disorders.
💡 Look for a therapist with similar interests. Exercise, Music, etc.
💡 After meeting the therapist do you think that they are adaptable and intuitive? Much like Lydia Moore Allen LCSW, MCAP, QS, CPI
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