Podcasts

WHEN YOU SUSPECT A FRIEND OR LOVED ONE IS SUFFERING FROM PMADs

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The Motherhood Center of New York’s own Paige Bellenbaum joins Deb Flashenberg for the The Prenatal Yoga Center's blog series Yoga | Birth | Babies.

“Have you ever had a friend or family member you suspected was suffering from a Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder and just didn’t know if or how to approach them? With more than 20% of new parents suffering from Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders it is important to have the tools and language to help.

In this episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies, I welcome back licensed social worker and program director of the Motherhood Center, Paige Bellenbaum. Paige discusses how to approach a person you suspect may be suffering from Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. She offers a way to gently converse with the parent without making them feel probed or awkward. This is a very important episode for birth workers and those supporting a new parent.”

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If you think you have PPD, Call The Motherhood Center at 212-335-0034. We are here to tell you for sure if you have postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety. And more importantly, if you do, we will provide the treatment you need to feel better.

TMC Support Group Success Story: Ashley Abeles

The perinatal journey looks different and feels different for everyone. When Postpartum Depression and Anxiety enters the equation, the impact can be debilitating for the whole family. Due to the ongoing stigma that surrounds maternal mental illness, many women don’t realize that the right support and treatment can make a world of difference.

Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders - with Paige Bellenbaum at the Prenatal Yoga Center

Paige Bellenbaum, Program Director of the Motherhood Center of New York joins Deb Flashenberg for the The prenatal Yoga Center's blog series Yoga | Birth | Babies.

"This deeply honest and moving discussion needs to be heard and discussed with all expectant women, partners and support people. It is reported that 1 in 5 women experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.  It’s important to note that this statistic is only based on reported cases and that many more women will suffer in silence. Many professionals feel a more accurate statistic is 1 in 3 people. Paige bravely discusses her own debilitating experience with postpartum depression and anxiety and her commitment to supporting those experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorder."

 

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Podcast: Matrescence with The Positive Mind

Sharing our most recent guest appearance on the Positive Mind podcast, featuring TMC founder Catherine Birndorf, MD and Program Director, Paige Bellenbaum, LMSW. The episode explores the key concept of matrescence — the sometimes anxiety-provoking phase of stepping into your “new mom” identity. The good news? That with the right type of care, radical acceptance (and self acceptance) the journey into motherhood will become more enjoyable as you gain confidence along the way.