Pregnancy loss can be a heartbreaking and sometimes traumatic experience for many women and couples. I have been there, and I know how difficult is to grieve in silence because we live in a society that tells us to "move on" too quickly and very often does not allow us to feel our feelings.
I want you to know that it's normal to feel a range of emotions during this time, including sadness, anger, and guilt. Grief and loss are natural processes, but they can also become overwhelming and affect our daily life.
Therapy can provide a safe and supportive space to process emotions and work through the complex feelings that arise after a pregnancy loss. I can help you to identify coping mechanisms and strategies to manage your grief and move forward.
Remember, there is no right or wrong way to grieve, and everyone experiences it differently. Seeking support through psychotherapy can help you find healing and closure after pregnancy loss. You deserve special care from a trained professional that specializes in reproductive and perinatal mental health services. I am here for you!
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As a former NICU social worker, I can attest, that having a baby who requires neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) support can be one of the most stressful experiences that a parent can face.
One of the most significant struggles for NICU parents is the emotional toll. Parents can feel overwhelmed, anxious, and helpless as they watch their baby struggle. The stress can cause parents to feel alone, tired, hopeless, and on occasion, disconnected from their baby, leading to feelings of guilt and shame. NICU parents may also face practical challenges, such as financial burdens, transportation difficulties, and workplace challenges.
If you are a NICU parent, it is important to receive support during this challenging time. Support can come in many forms, such as from family, friends, or NICU staff. NICU parent support groups , and counseling. Psychotherapy can also be beneficial for parents to process their emotions.
As an experienced NICU social worker and psychotherapist, I can support you during this difficult journey.You deserve special care from a trained professional that specializes in reproductive and perinatal mental health services. I am here for you!
We are here for you!