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Savannah Postpartum Support Group for Moms

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

There’s a donation-based postpartum support group in Savannah for moms seeking community and connection during baby’s first year.

This supportive, non-judgmental group is for moms seeking connection and community during baby’s first year. Come on out to meet other mamas who are in it with you. You’ll explore topics such as health and wellness, relationships, mood changes, bonding with your baby, body image, sexuality, and more.

The group meets at the Midwife Group & Birth Center but you do not have to be a patient there to attend. Babies 12 months and under are welcome to join you.

Saturday mornings, 10-11AM starting Aug. 24 2019-Oct. 19 2019
the Midwife Group + Birth Center
1692 Chatham Parkway, Savannah
Suggested donation of $20

Suggested donation of $20.

Nurture meets on Saturdays 10-11AM starting Aug. 24 2019 and running through Oct. 19 2019 (no group on Oct. 12). Feel free to drop in as you are!

If you have any questions or would like more information, contact bridget@bridgetcrossLCSW.com / (912) 495-8549.

(Savannah therapists) Waters Edge Counseling on Postpartum Depression Treatment

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Savannah therapists Water's Edge Counseling Postpartum depression

Is there hope for someone with postpartum depression? How can I encourage a friend who is struggling with postpartum depression? Where should someone with postpartum depression go for help?

Find out how a Savannah mental health professional answers these questions by clicking here.

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Waters Edge Counseling in Savannah
912-319-5552
Email: christina@watersedgecounseling.com

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(Savannah therapists) Waters Edge Counseling on Postpartum Depression Symptoms

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019

Have you wondered if you or a loved one may be experiencing postpartum depression?

What exactly are the symptoms?

One of the therapists @ Waters Edge Counseling in Savannah explains the ins and outs of postpartum depression as well as how you can get help. Click here to find out more.

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Waters Edge Counseling in Savannah
912-319-5552
Email: christina@watersedgecounseling.com

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(Savannah therapists) Waters Edge Counseling on Postpartum Depression

Friday, June 21st, 2019

Postpartum Depression Help Savannah Chatham County Therapy Therapists Counselors Bringing a baby into the world is a wonderful experience, but having a baby can also lead to feelings of anxiety, being overwhelmed, and feeling down. What exactly are normal feelings after having a baby?

Click here to find out what a Waters Edge Counseling expert says about the baby blues and postpartum depression.

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Waters Edge Counseling in Savannah
912-319-5552
Email: christina@watersedgecounseling.com

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(Savannah therapists) Waters Edge Counseling: How to keep your kids “cool” this summer

Friday, June 7th, 2019

Waters Edge Counseling Teen Therapy Children Therapists

When the heat rises outside, something rises in us too. Not only are our children getting hot, but we find ourselves as parents struggling to keep our own cool.

The summer is a time to relax, yet it is a challenge to keep our children happy and content. Being around one another all day can make tension rise between us and our children, but it does not have to be this way.

Click here to read about some ways that you can help your children and in turn help yourself to manage “hot” moods and stay calm.

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Waters Edge Counseling in Savannah
912-319-5552
Email: christina@watersedgecounseling.com

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(Postpartum Depression Savannah) Climb out of the Darkness 2019 event

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Up to 1 in 7 women experiences depression after her baby’s birth — making it one of the most common complications of pregnancy.

To raise awareness of postpartum depression and maternal mental health, the Climb out of the Darkness 2019 event in Savannah will be held on June 22 2019 in Lake Mayer. Held on or near the longest day of the year, this annual walk helps shine the most light on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) such as postpartum depression and anxiety.

The walk also is to support Georgia’s chapter of Postpartum Support International (PSI), which is the ​leading​ organization dedicated to supporting women who experience PMADs.

Money raised is used to fund PSI Georgia Chapter, which promotes awareness, prevention and treatment of maternal health issues related to childbearing in the state of Georgia.

Last year, the Savannah team helped the state of Georgia raise over $20,000 via donations, which was more than any other state raised. Savannah’s was one of 13 Climbs in Georgia.

An example of this money in action: PSI GA hosted a 2-day maternal mental health training in May in Macon for over 125 providers who work with moms.

Climb Out of the Darkness Savannah walk
Lake Mayer, Savannah
10AM-Noon Sat. June 22 2019
Donations can be made online here.
Money raised is used to fund PSI Georgia Chapter, which promotes awareness, prevention and treatment of maternal health issues related to childbearing in the state of Georgia.
Free and open to the public

Postpartum Depression Support in Savannah

If you’re concerned about how you’re feeling or about someone you know, please go to www.postpartum.net or call 1-800-944-4773.

A donation-based postpartum support group for moms during baby’s first year meets at the Midwife Group & Birth Center in Savannah. The group will start up again on Aug. 23 2019. More info online here.