Pregnancy and Postpartum Support Group

Every Friday from 9:00am – 10:30am EST

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Preparing for and transitioning into new parenthood can be incredibly tough.

Not feeling like your old self can impact everything from friendships to relationships with partners and family. This group is designed to support you if you are struggling to figure out how to achieve balance and navigate preparing for and experiencing early parenthood.

Depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy occurs more often than most people realize. Approximately 15% of women experience significant depression following childbirth and 10% encounter feelings of sadness during their pregnancy. In fact, perinatal depression is the most common complication of childbirth.

Some of the symptoms you may be experiencing can include:

  • Feelings of anger or irritability
  • Lack of interest in the baby
  • Appetite and sleep disturbance
  • Crying and sadness
  • Feelings of guilt, shame, or hopelessness
  • Loss of interest, joy, or pleasure in things you used to enjoy

Let us provide you a supportive, non-judgmental environment to discuss concerns and build connections with other women experiencing similar life transitions. Little ones welcome and childcare assistance will be provided.

I am excited to announce that, due to the recent notice from Governor DeSantis, we will be reopening the building on Monday, May 4th. Our goal is to offer in-person sessions at this time; however, we are amenable to continuing video therapy as well.

Reopening requires all of us to move forward by continuing to practice social distancing and daily habits to reduce our risk of exposure to the virus. Below is an outline of the protocol we will be following to focus on cleaning and disinfecting our workplace.

  1. Disinfection of all door handles, tables, light switches, countertops, and desks using EPA-approved disinfectants before and after each client appointment.
  2. Continued practice of social distancing (specifically, staying 6 feet away from others when you must go into a shared space).
  3. Conference rooms will only be used with five or fewer people at a time and social distancing will continue to be followed.
  4. We will offer the option of wearing facial coverings during your visit.
  5. We will continue to follow proper prevention hygiene, such as washing hands frequently and using alcohol-based (at least 60% alcohol) hand sanitizer.
  6. All building tenants have been instructed to stay home when sick.
  7. An i-Health Infrared No-Touch Forehead thermometer has been placed at the front desk in the reception area for pre-screening.
  8. The building is professionally cleaned and disinfected weekly and will be done more frequently if needed. 

Our goal is to provide continued services to you while being mindful of the current environment and safety concerns. Please feel free to reach out to me directly should you have any questions.

Warm Regards,

KathyDan Moore, LMFT

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