Beyond the Blues: A Guide to Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression

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Moodswings Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 143 pages
4 Reviews
The newest most concise and up to date book written for the women who are suffering, their partners and families, as well as health professions who work with pregnant and postpartum women. Includes assessment and treatment as well as prevention strategies. Glossary and Index are included

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User Review  - Christina Hibbert - Goodreads

Wonderful book about pregnancy and postpartum emotional health. Easy to read. In-depth. And comes in Spanish too. Pec and Shoshana are incredible experts on this topic. Excellent resource! Read full review

Review: Beyond the Blues: A Guide to Understanding And Treating Prenatal And Postpartum Depression

User Review  - Jessyca Wyant - Goodreads

Super fast read. Great info in a very reader-friendly format. Critical information for anyone working with women during or after pregnancy. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
15
Introduction
21
Pregnancy and Postpartum Psychiatric Illness
35
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Shoshana S. Bennett, PhD, is a pioneer in the field of parental depression and its effects on children. A clinical psychologist and media expert, Bennett has inspired and transformed countless lives worldwide through her radio shows, books, and videos. She is the creator of the free app PPD Gone!, author of several books, including Postpartum Depression for Dummies, and a past president of Postpartum Support International. Bennett has trained thousands of medical, mental health, and newborn care professionals on the topic of parental depression, providing common-sense tools to overcome these conditions and protect children. To find out more, visit www.DrShosh.com

psychotherapist specializing in mood disorders in pregnancy and postpartum

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