Welcome to Mom and Mind, I’m your host, Dr. Kat. Anxiety is at an all time high with covid, political stress, social justice stress, holidays and collective stress. So we are re releasing this episode from 2 years ago, as it is one of the most commonly downloaded episodes.
We are talking about Postpartum Anxiety today and more specifically,
We touch on the ever present guilt and shame that runs its course through motherhood as well as some ways to cope and manage postpartum anxiety.
About Carly Snyder, M.D.
Dr. Carly Snyder is a Board Certified reproductive and perinatal psychiatrist with a unique approach that combines traditional psychiatry with integrative medicine-based treatments. Dr. Snyder received her medical degree from NYU School of Medicine and completed general psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center with additional reproductive psychiatry elective training at the Payne Whitney Women’s Program at NY Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center, where she remains voluntary faculty.
She maintains a private practice on the Upper East Side in NYC, and is working virtually due to COVID19.
Dr. Snyder was named a ‘2019, 2020 and 2021 New York Super Doctors Rising Star’ and is a frequent lecturer on the topic of women’s health and wellness. Her weekly radio and HuffPost parenting blog share the “MD for Moms” moniker. She also is a regular contributor to many popular websites and a member of the Women’s Mental Health Consortium and Robyn. Dr. Snyder served on the Board of Postpartum Support International (PSI) for multiple years and remains a member of the Advisory Council.
– What is “normal” anxiety in new motherhood
– How can people know when it’s becoming more difficult or a clinical issue?
– What kinds of anxiety might a mother experience (types)
– Examples of cases?
– What is a side effect of the perinatal anxiety (guilt, shame, relationship problems, etc)
– what can they do to heal/cope/manage?
– Hopeful messages of repair/recovery?
Great Info, right?! The more we can understand these things, the easier it will be for us to cope and heal.
Carly’s bio is here: https://www.carlysnydermd.com/about/credentials/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/CarlySnyderMD
Twitter – @CarlySnyderMD
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