What Factors Increase My Chance of Developing PMAD?

Personal or family history of depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety or panic disorder, bipolar disorder or any other emotional illness including pregnancy can increase chances of PMAD. History of severe Premenstrual Syndrome …

What Can I Do to Decrease My Risk of Developing PMAD?

Educate yourself and your loved ones about PMAD. Share the information you read with your loved ones. It is very important they are aware of the signs and symptoms of PMAD. Eat a balanced diet. Take your prenatal vitamins and make sure…
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How to have a virtual therapy session

If you are ready to get started, here's a handy list of things to get you going. You will need a computer/tablet or smartphone, internet connection, webcam and microphone (lots of people use a headset or the earbuds that come with their phone…

Dr. Blythe TwoSisters, PsyD, PLP

Virtual House Call Therapist & Licensed Psychological Associate* Trained in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, passionate Mental Health At Every Size Advocate. I'm a therapist who provides Trans Affirming Care for Transitioning Families.