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  • Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Disorders

    Suggested Resources for Postpartum Depression

    The National Hopeline work
     Suicide hotline.

    Postpartum Stress Center
    Both self-screening tools and tools for provider use

    Postpartum Support International (PSI) (

    Postpartum Depression Helpline 1-800-944-4PPD
    Links for self-screening, web forums,
     support groups by state, information for
     dads/families. “Wednesday Weekly
     Chat with an Expert”

    Postpartum Progress
    Most widely read blog on PPD, written
     by Katherine Stone, a survivor, advocate, and board member of Postpartum Support International.

    American Academy of Family Physicians
    Depression Self-Care Action Plan

    Here to Help
    Interactive toolkits, self-screening tests, learning modules, patient education in multiple foreign languages

    Jane Honikman
    Founder of Postpartum Support
    Resources for self-care

    Mass General Center for Women’s Mental Health
    Resources for clinicians and mothers;latest research on PPD, medications,etc.

    Online PPD Support
    Resources and support; “PP Contract”,“Crisis Plan”, “Post-Crisis Worksheet”

    Postpartum Dads

    Excellent support resources for dads
    and families.

    Recommended Reading:

    Beyond the Blues by Shoshana S. Bennett PhD

    Postpartum Survival Guide by Ann Dunnewold and Diane G. Sanford

    What Am I Thinking: Having a Baby After Postpartum Depression
    by Karen Kleiman

    A Daughter’s Touch by Sylvia Lasalandra

    The Mother-to-Mother Postpartum Depression Support Book by Sandra Poulin

    Down Came the Rain by Brooke Shields

    Women’s Moods: What Every Woman Must Know About Hormones, the Brain, and Emotional Health
    by Deborah Sichel, Jeanne Watson Driscoll


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