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Pregnancy/Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

Congratulations! You had a baby…and all you can do is worry about everything you’re doing, wondering if you’re doing it right. This is not what you thought it would be.

Are you feeling anxious about taking care of your new baby?

You might have been researching postpartum depression, but sometimes, it’s not depression at all; it’s postpartum anxiety. You have trouble sleeping, you can’t ask for help because you’d just worry that they would do it wrong and now you’re snapping. No one understands what you’re going through and you feel so alone. When you go online, you see all of these happy moms who seem to have it all together. You miss your old life and feel guilty even thinking about doing something for yourself. And on top of all of this, life has changed as a result of COVID-19, making adjusting to parenthood feel even harder. 

Serenity Solutions can help.

You want to be happy, enjoy your baby and feel connected to your partner again. I get it. Adjusting to motherhood and this new life is hard. As a knowledgeable, compassionate therapist for over 18 years and a mother for over 6 years, I provide a supportive environment to help you let go of feelings of shame and guilt. We help moms in Philadelphia and South Jersey learn how to slow down their anxious mind and be in the present moment so that they can take care of themselves and their families in ways that feel good to them.

Call 267-277-3554 or click here to schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation to talk about how you can enjoy motherhood and feel like yourself again.

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