Perinatal Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic

The Perinatal Behavioral Health Clinic provides outpatient therapy and psychiatric services to patients experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorder during pregnancy or up to year postpartum. Our service philosophy states that clinicians will listen, using their professional skills and experience to understand the unique needs and circumstances of each patient. Therapists will honor the values of each individual, promote their strengths, support each client in developing solutions and work with them to bring about change and improve the quality of their lives.

Using this service philosophy, service is open to everyone regardless of race, faith, national origin, or age. Although the presenting concern may be anxiety and depression, a wide range of other underlying problems are addressed including stress, problems related to life cycle adjustments, marriage problems, parenting concerns, problems related to substance use, problems related to physical or sexual abuse, and loss of an infant.

The therapists implement techniques with a trauma-informed approach and with equity lens. A variety of modalities, consistent with evidence-based practice are used including, but not limited to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral

Therapy. Therapist will collaborate with patient when setting goals and doing treatment planning. These processes apply to therapists working across all service areas.