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Had a baby within the past 6 months? You might be interested to help participate in a research survey about postpartum anxiety. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PSAS_18

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Go see Ebb & Flow Birth and Wellness and grab some information on the Postpartum Resource Center of New York at tomorrow's Black Business Bazaar: FULL! at the Pratt-Willert Community Center in Buffalo, NY.

Live Music: by
Fragrance
Andre Robinson
Black Aries
Ndure
Ashad Mason

DJ PAPA Trini

35 VENDORS: Health and Beauty, Kid's Characters, Wellness, Clothing, stuff for Valentine's Day and Valentine's Night.
Farmer's Market
Raffle: 15 Gift Baskets, 75 inch TV, 3 day two night vacation

You are not alone. FREE State-wide Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Resource Directory from the Postpartum Resource Center of New York.

FEBRUARY 2018 EDITION.

PRCNY – People Really Care in New York. Reach out for free, confidential and non-judgemental support to get to the help you need.

Toll-free Helpline: 855-631-0001

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https://postpartumny.org/resourcedirectory/

#mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #ppd #postpartum #PRCNY #AskTheQuestionNY #AskTheQuestionWNY #postpartumdepression #maternalmentalhealth #parentalmentalhealth #paternalmentalhealth #postpartumanxiety #postpartumbipolar #mentalhealthawareness #LMR #project62 #project62NY

Thank you Lindsay Conley!

I'm honored to represent the Postpartum Resource Center of New York at the WNY Doulas Better Birth Conference for the second year in a row. Grab one of the first 50 tickets and get the chance to win $50 in products from Bee Maternal Organicsl.

One of the "First 50" to buy a ticket to the Better Birth Conference will win products from Bee Maternal Organics. You must share the ticket link on your page and post "Got my ticket" www.wnydoulas.com/better-birth-conference

Feb 14 -- Out of the Blue peer support circle hosted by Parenting Village of Rochester, New York

Are you pregnant or mothering a baby and struggling with unexpected challenges, like sadness, anxious thoughts or other experiences you didn't expect at this time?

Out of the Blue is a bi-monthly peer support circle designed especially for you. This Peer Circle is a place for you to connect with other parents, talk about your experience, and realize that you are not alone. Whether you are going through stress, adjustment to parenting, pregnancy or postpartum depression or anxiety, this Circle offers a supportive place to connect with other moms who are also managing the same issues. You are more than welcome to bring your baby with you to this meeting!

Out of the Blue is facilitated by Dianne Cassidy, MA, IBCLC and Alexa Weeks, LMSW, RN. RSVP to Dianne at diannecassidy@rochester.rr.com is helpful, though not required.

For more information:
http://bit.ly/2ELE1H1

Are you pregnant or mothering a baby and struggling with unexpected challenges, like sadness, anxious thoughts or other experiences you didn't expect at this time?

Out of the Blue is a bi-monthly peer support circle designed especially for you. This Peer Circle is a place for you to connect with other parents, talk about your experience, and realize that you are not alone. Whether you are going through stress, adjustment to parenting, pregnancy or postpartum depression or anxiety, this Circle offers a supportive place to connect with other moms who are also managing the same issues. You are more than welcome to bring your baby with you to this meeting!

Out of the Blue is facilitated by Dianne Cassidy, MA, IBCLC and Alexa Weeks, LMSW, RN. Dianne is a Lactation Consultant and childbirth/health educator with over 10 years of experience. She has 3 biological children and 3 step children, and offers her personal wisdom, a gentle ear and listening presence to this peer support group. Alexa is a licensed social worker who specializes in prenatal, postpartum and parenting issues. She has particular expertise working with women and men experiencing depression, anxiety, insomnia, miscarriage/infant loss, birth trauma and/or attachment difficulties after a birth. Alexa is also a registered nurse and mother to 3.

Please note that this group is non-clinical in nature. We will offer peer support and cannot give professional advice, diagnose, prescribe, or in any way treat Postpartum Mood Disorders. RSVP to Dianne at diannecassidy@rochester.rr.com is helpful, though not required.

The meeting will take place in an office clearly marked for the Irondequoit Child and Family Wellness Group to the left of the foyer. 809 E Ridge Road, Rochester, NY.

Gratitude Expressed To Westminster United Presbyterian Church Members

The Postpartum Resource Center of New York recently expressed its gratitude to the members of Westminster United Presbyterian Church, West Islip, New York at their Annual Meeting for supporting the mission of the Postpartum Resource Center of New York so mothers, fathers and families in need of support for parental mental health get the help they need. PRC of NY Volunteer Heather Flores shared at the meeting “Why I Care about PMAD".

Since 2000, the members of Westminster United Presbyterian Church have generously supported the Postpartum Resource Center of New York as an adopted church mission project. They provide space where PRC of NY is headquartered and support the organization’s mission and vision with prayers, volunteering and fundraising.

Pictured L to R: Susan Manor, Westminster United Presbyerian Church, Jill Olish – PRC of NY Volunteer, Careen Mauro, CNM - PRC of NY Board Member, James DeCastro, Clerk of Session, Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Rev. Annie McMillan – Interim Pastor, Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Sonia Murdock – Executive Director, PRC of NY, Heather and Gio Flores - PRC of NY Volunteers, Phyllis Fisher, PhD and Sylvia Genthner - PRC of NY Board Members

Thank you to the Rockland County Department of Health (RCDOH) and Maria Cecilia Mosquera, MD,MPH FAAP, Community Health Physician and Medical Director of the Rockland County Department of Health for recently hosting a community meeting for beginning a discussion of Perinatal Depression Resources in Rockland County, NY. The Better Baby Campaign has begun a plan to identify the available Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders resources in Rockland County, with the goal of developing a comprehensive plan to enhance and multiply the resources available locally to affected women and their families.

Photo L to R: Shelley Fleit, PhD, Consultant and Volunteer, Postpartum Resource Center of New York - Maria Cecilia Mosquera, MD,MPH FAAP, Community Health Physician and Medical Director of the Rockland County Department of Health - Sonia Murdock, Executive Director, Postpartum Resource Center of New York

When Your Thoughts Terrify You - Thank you to Elena Heglund for breaking the silence at Scary Mommy http://bit.ly/2EKbgL4

Reach out for free, confidential and non-judgemental support to get to the help you need.
Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Toll-free Helpline: 855-631-0001
https://postpartumny.org/resourcedirectory/

#mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #ppd #postpartum #PRCNY #AskTheQuestionNY #AskTheQuestionWNY #postpartumdepression #maternalmentalhealth #parentalmentalhealth #paternalmentalhealth #postpartumanxiety #postpartumbipolar #mentalhealthawareness #speakthesecret

Why I Wish Mothers Knew About Postpartum Psychosis
by Brighid Constable at Scary Mommy http://bit.ly/2E27GP2


Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders:
Finding the Help you Need.
Celebrating 20 Years of Serving
New York State Families
1998 – 2018

In New York State please
email us or call
State-wide Helpline:
Toll free: 855-631-0001
631-422-2255

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For help outside of New York State and the United States,
please contact the Postpartum Support International.
The information on this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical
or psychological condition. Please consult your doctor for individual advice
regarding your own situation.
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