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(Savannah therapists) Low Country Counseling on eating disorders

Monday, June 1st, 2020

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Low Country Counseling in Savannah

Understanding eating disorders can be an important step in helping yourself or a loved one who struggles with body image and their relationship with food.

Therapists @ Low Country Counseling explain here what an eating disorder is and the four types of eating disorders.

Eating Disorders are treatable. If you worry about your relationship with food, REACH OUT! Connection is the key to healing. Recovery is possible.

Learn more here. 
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If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for individuals, moms, couples, families, and teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions or to schedule an appointment. Help is available.

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(Therapists, Counselors, Savannah) Low Country Counseling

Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

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Low Country Counseling in Savannah

Madeleine Shaver @ Low Country Counseling in Savannah works in a private practice setting specializing in eating disorders and chemical dependency.

Treatment focus also includes resolving underlying trauma and subsequent codependency issues. She provides psychotherapy for those seeking a new way to live in recovery in these identified areas.

General therapeutic services are also addressed- primarily coping strategies for mood disorders, anxiety or OCD, stress management, unwanted chaos, or building supportive relationships.

Her practice offers group therapy for women with problematic over-eating patterns. She has a passion for helping others understand themselves, their relationships with loved ones, and finding freedom through recovery.

Learn more about Savannah therapist Madeline Shaver here. 

If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for individuals, moms, couples, families, and teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions or to schedule an appointment. Help is available.

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(Therapists, Counselors, Savannah) Low Country Counseling

Monday, May 4th, 2020

Low Country Counseling in Savannah

Brandy Zinn @ Low Country Counseling in Savannah provides individual, couples, and family therapy.

She specializes in treating children and adolescents. Additionally, she also specializes in Maternal Mental Health.

Brandy has a passion for helping couples and families develop healthy dynamics. She encourages others to foster nurturing bonds and to enhance communication. She provides skills training and guidance through the journey of parenting and navigating life transitions. Her practice addresses couples and familial stressors, mood disorders and anxiety, child and adolescent services, as well as prenatal and postpartum support.

Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone.

Hope starts here. 

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(Therapists, Counselors, Savannah) Do I Need Therapy?

Monday, April 27th, 2020

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We all go through ups and downs in life. But how do you know when you need help?

Low Country Counseling in Savannah offers Seven Signs It’s Time For Therapy. 

Learn more here.

If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for Individuals, Moms, Couples, Families, and Teens.

Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone.

Hope starts here. 

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Savannah therapists: Low Country Counseling

Saturday, April 18th, 2020

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Low Country Counseling: Caring Therapists and Counseling Services for Savannah and the Low Country

Low Country Counseling’s core purpose is to provide well-rounded and compassionate care for those seeking therapeutic services and personal guidance for themselves or for their loved ones. They support individuals, couples, and families in achieving hope and healing.

“Connection is the key to Healing.”

Help for Moms, Couples, Families and Teens.

Contact Low Country Counseling now to schedule an appointment.

912-503-5744
info@savannahtherapist.com
300 Commercial Ct. Unit F
Savannah, GA 31406

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Savannah support for pregnant moms during the COVID-19 pandemic

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

Pregnant Pandemic Moms Support Groups Savannah Pooler Being Pregnant In This Pandemic

This week’s SouthernMamas.com weekly newspaper column takes a look at what it’s like to be pregnant during this pandemic by sharing a Pooler mom’s story.

Read it here.

In the column, Brandy Zinn, a licensed professional counselor at Low Country Counseling and part of The Maternal Mental Health Collective of Savannah, shares three online Savannah support groups for moms. Find meeting details here.

• A group for expectant women who are seeking support around managing a pregnancy during this pandemic. Online at 7 p.m. Mondays starting Monday, April 6.

• A group for new moms seeking connection during baby’s first year. Online at noon Saturdays starting Saturday, April 4.

• A group for moms struggling to adjust to isolation, anxiety, and all of the changes that have come with this pandemic. Online at 7 p.m. Tuesdays, which started last Tuesday, March 31.

Southcoast Health general physician: Make Mental Health a Priority this Holiday Season

Friday, December 20th, 2019

SouthCoast Health General Physician Dr. Keith Cobb in Savannah offers tips on how to make mental health a priority this holiday season.

“Mental health should be one of the biggest priorities for everyone in the season,” SouthCoast Health General Physician Dr. Keith Cobb stated. “But it’s vital to keep moving forward and progressing with our lives and our mental health. Just because it’s the holiday doesn’t mean your needs should take a back seat.”

Learn more here. 

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FREE Savannah Birth and Baby Expo

Friday, November 15th, 2019


Savannah Birth and Baby will host the First Annual Birth and Baby Expo Sat., Nov. 23 2019 at River Drive Crossfit in Savannah.

This FREE Birth and Baby Expo aims to provide resources for pregnant families and new parents.

The Birth and Baby Expo will feature classes, raffle prizes, interactive displays, a lactation lounge, food trucks, and a mimosa bar. As part of the event, Savannah Birth and Baby hopes to bring awareness to many of the under utilized birth and baby professionals in the area. Classes will include babywearing, prenatal yoga, baby massage, infant and newborn sleep, labor comfort measures, birth planning, and cloth diapering. In addition to vendors and classes, the event will be raffling off $10,000 in prizes from local Savannah area business. Any proceeds from the event will be donated to PACK Savannah.

Savannah Birth and Baby is a collective of individuals in the Savannah area that are committed to bringing resources to pregnant women and young families.

5 Key Health Tips for Women from SouthCoast Health, Savannah

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

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SouthCoast Health medical experts share Five Key Health Tips for Women on National Women’s Health and Fitness Day here.

As women, we need to focus on our physical health, particularly as we reach our 40’s and 50’s. Often, at that time in many our lives, we are so focused on the health of those around us. But in addition to managing the health of our kids and partner, it’s important for us to remember to take care of ourselves as well.

Check out the five key health tips for women here. 

About SouthCoast Health

Whether you are looking for a primary care doctor or a pediatrician, or another medical specialist, SouthCoast Health has you covered with its wide range of world-class healthcare services, available throughout the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. SouthCoast Health has 120 physicians and medical professionals in 18 locations in Savannah, Richmond Hill, Pooler, Rincon, Baxley, Bluffton, Hilton Head, and Hinesville.

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(Savannah pediatric therapists, counselors) Water’s Edge Counseling for teens, children

Saturday, September 14th, 2019

Therapy Therapists Counselors Savannah Chatham County Water's Edge teen children pediatric

Have you ever wondered if therapy could benefit your child or teen?

With anxiety and depression on the rise among children and teenagers, more and more families are turning to therapy to help their little kids and their big kids discover and establish a healthy and new normal in their lives.

Click here to find out more about Child and Teen Therapy @ Water’s Edge Counseling in Savannah/

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Water’s Edge Counseling in Savannah
912-319-5552
Email: christina@watersedgecounseling.com

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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

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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.