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Postpartum Depression Resources

Excel At LIfe

The purpose of this website is to provide to the public research-based psychological information in a usable format to assist with each individual’s pursuit of understanding and personal growth.  Psychology has a wealth of untapped information that can be used for self-improvement. The belief of Excel At Life is that everyone should have access to these resources.

Please browse the articles, use the audios and videos, complete the questionnaires and diaries without needing to join or pay a fee.  Also, if you have an Android device, download Excel At Life’s free apps for self-improvement and managing stress, anxiety, and depression.

Please visit https://www.excelatlife.com/default.htm for the opportunity to learn how to recognize thinking that interferes with achieving your goals in life and how to change that thinking.

Methodist Women’s Center – Beyond Baby Blues Support Group

The Support Group is for mommies who are experiencing anxiety and/or depression during or after pregnancy. Registration is Required. If you or someone you know suffers from Prenatal or Postpartum depression, it’s important to get help now!  Women need not suffer or endure these feelings or sadness alone. The road to healing is within reach.

https://sahealth.com/service/lactation-services

8109 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio TX, 78229

210-575-0261

The Postpartum Depression Center of San Antonio

Specializing in women and family issues across lifespans.

http://ppdcenter.com/

Sue Clifford, LPC

Suzanne Davis Thomas, LPC

1132 West Blanco Street, San Antonio TX, 78232

Phone: 210-497-0800

Fax: 210-492-2630

Therapist Aid

Please go to https://www.therapistaid.com/ and access numerous free resources including videos, downloadable workbooks and education regarding mental health conditions, parenting, relaxation and supplemental treatments. Therapist Aid is dedicated to helping mental health professionals improve their craft by providing free evidence-based education and therapy tools. These tools are intended to supplement treatment, and are not a replacement for appropriate training.