Not feeling like yourself? Having scary thoughts? Up to 80 percent of new moms experience baby blues after delivering, an emotional reaction that lasts no longer than two weeks, but did you know that you can experience symptoms while pregnant? 1 in 7 women will experience symptoms while pregnant and after delivery that get worse and last much longer than two weeks. This could be pregnancy/postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD or PTSD or postpartum psychosis. If your symptoms last longer than two weeks or your symptoms are not getting better, speak with your medical care provider.
Talking with other moms who are experiencing the same feelings as you can help. Our peer to peer emotional support groups allow you to share your own feelings or just listen. Our groups are offered at our West Palm Beach Centering South location in Boynton Beach. Partners and other family members are also welcome.
Decide on a location and click on a date to RSVP. Registration closes one week prior to scheduled group.
We look forward to meeting you.
West Palm Beach
901 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 400, West Palm Beach
Childcare provided at this location. "Babies in Arms" welcome in group room. Registration required!
AUGUST EVENING GROUP: Tuesday August 22nd, 6pm-7pm
Monday August 28th, 10am-11am *SPANISH
Monday August 28th, 1pm-2pm
Tuesday September 5th, 10am-11am *SPANISH
Tuesday September 5th, 1pm-2pm
Monday September 18th, 10am-11am *SPANISH
Monday September 18th, 1pm-2pm
SEPTEMBER EVENING GROUP: Tuesday September 19th, 6pm-7pm
Tuesday October 2nd, 10am-11am *SPANISH
Tuesday October 2nd, 1pm-2pm
Monday October 16th, 10am-11am, *SPANISH
Monday October 16th, 1pm-2pm
OCTOBER EVENING GROUP: Tuesday October 17th, 6pm-7pm
Monday October 30th, 10am-11am *SPANISH
Monday October 30th, 1pm-2pm
NOVEMBER EVENING GROUP: Tuesday November 14th, 6pm-7pm
DECEMBER EVENING GROUP: Tuesday December 5th, 6pm-7pm
Other Online Resources
Palm Beach County 211 Crisis Intervention
Postpartum Progress, Inc.: Community of Mothers
Postpartum Support International: Chat with an Expert: Resources for Partners and Caregivers
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