Perinatal Mental Health Center
Postpartum and Perinatal Mental Health
Women of every culture, age, income level and race can develop perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Symptoms can appear any time during pregnancy and the first 12 months after childbirth. There are effective and well-researched treatment options to help recover from these conditions. Although the term “postpartum depression” is most often used, there are actually several forms of illness that women may experience during and following pregnancy including Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Mood Disorder, and Psychosis.
The PMHC Mission
The Perinatal Mental Health Center at Complete Wellness
recognizes the unique mental health needs created by fertility issues, pregnancy, and birth. The support needed by women and their families throughout the reproductive lifecycle warrant specialized perinatal services for mind and body. It is the mission of the Complete Wellness Perinatal Mental Health Center to improve mental health and behavioral health treatment options and outcomes for all those struggling with the realities of fertility, pregnancy, birth, and parenthood. The clinicians involved in the Perinatal Mental Health Center have received special training in evidenced-based treatment to meet needs of women and their families during reproductive lifecycle.
Complete Wellness Perinatal Mental Health Center addresses issues specific to:
Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders
Infertility and fertility treatment
Miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death
"If you are wondering if you should call, then you definitely should."
The Complete Wellness Perinatal Mental Health Center provides psychiatric medication management and specialized counseling to mothers and their families who are in any phase of the birth lifecycle. Please inquire with the form below or call us to see how we can be of service to you.
Joshua Kleiner, LGPC, PMH-C
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor
Joshua Kleiner, LGPC, NCC, PMH-C specializes in perinatal mental health and a range of life transitions. In addition to clinical training at Johns Hopkins University and Hospital and the Women's Mood Disorders Center, he brings a wealth of experience providing psychotherapy to diverse populations. Click "Learn More" to find out how Joshua can help you.