Postpartum Counseling for Dads and Non-Carrying Parent

Did you know that men or non-carrying parents can suffer from postpartum depression? You might be feeling increased anger or frustration, isolation from friends and family, impulsiveness, problems concentrating, tearfulness, or sadness. You might be struggling with the transition into parenthood and looking for support in adjusting to a new role. Maybe you’re worried about how to support your partner while also connecting with your baby. We can help you navigate this transition – contact us today.

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“I’ve been struggling to bond with our baby and feeling sad over the changes to our family dynamic. I feel pressure to make sure my partner and our baby are taken care of and guilty that I even feel this way. I feel ashamed and am starting to think that I need to talk to someone.”

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John Fuente, APC
John@keycounselingatl.com

Lindsay Harris, LCSW
Lindsay@keycounselingatl.com