Having a baby may be a natural part of life’s course, but the emotional ups and downs that can come with pregnancy and childbirth are often quite unexpected and sometimes devastating. Cognitive behavioral therapy provides concrete, hands on tools for managing intense, unexpected emotions. Both Dr. Gordon and Dr. Graff are particularly knowledgeable about working with the struggles of new mothers. Concerns might include obsessive fears about the baby’s health, overwhelming panic, sadness, loss of motivation, difficulty connecting emotionally with the baby, fears about taking medication while pregnant or nursing, or managing to create balance with work and family.
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