Having a baby is a significant life change. The Perinatal Behavioral Health Service (PBHS) is a resource to support parents during this sometimes difficult and overwhelming time. Parents are screened for postpartum depression and anxiety and given the information they need to identify their own symptoms, should they start to feel tired, sad, and overwhelmed during the postpartum period.
Perinatal Behavior Health Service offers:
- Talk therapy for parents and caregivers to address your mental health or emotional concerns.
- Therapists are specially trained to treat perinatal depression and anxiety (PMAD).
- Therapists use evidence based and trauma informed practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
- Couples therapy is also available.
- What is therapy? Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Professionals trained to address a wide range of mental health concerns.
- Our providers offer evaluations, consultation, diagnosis, and medication management.
- What is psychiatry? Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Our staff works one-on-one with patients and provides resources for mental, behavioral, and other support services.
- We partner with community organizations to meet the needs of our patients and their families.
Some of our services are grant-funded and free of charge, whereas others are fee-for-service. We are happy to discuss options with you.
Call us at 314-454-5052 for more information.
We also provide Zulresso (brexanolone) a medication for postpartum depression that may help you feel better quickly. More information here.
General questions: call us at 314-454-5052
Intake: call us at 314-454-5052 Please leave a message. We generally call you back within 1 week for an intake during normal business hours. Please note that the call may come from a blocked number.
Zulresso (Brexanolone) questions: call us at 314-747-8356
MyChart Patient Support: 314.273.1966 or 866.273.1966
Perinatal Behavioral Health is not a crisis hotline. If you are in crisis, please call 911 for medical emergencies or 988 for mental health crises. Crisis Support and other Menthal Health Support