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Benefits of Working With a Women’s Health Psychologist

(to be replaced) For many, mental burdens begin the moment a patient is told they might have cancer. Days, and even weeks, of uncertainty causes anxiety to build up as a patient and their family await potentially life-changing results. This makes working with a cancer therapist crucial from day one, as it can help the patients and their families cope during this interim period of uncertainty.

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Are You at Risk for Postpartum Depression? A Therapist Weighs In - Blog

Postpartum depression (PPD) is far more common than you might think. If you’re pregnant, your chances of experiencing it are as high as 10%, according to one CDC study. And while postpartum depression is rare, the risks of non-treatment are serious.

Psychologists Partnering with Obstetricians and Gynecologists - Peer-Reviewed

From Poleshuck, E. L., & Woods, J. (2014). Psychologists Partnering with Obstetricians and Gynecologists. American Psychologist, 69 (4), 344-354. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036044. Copyright © 2023 by the American Psychological Association. Reproduced with permission.

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The news of a cancer diagnosis is never easy. In the blink of an eye, you’re thrown into battle as the chaos and stress of appointments, scans, and labs impede on your everyday life and fear starts to grab hold of you and your family.

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