Postpartum Therapy

Postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety can occur anytime in the first year after birth. It’s very common for mothers to worry about their newborn baby and new responsibilities.

However, some women affected by a postpartum anxiety and/or postpartum depression develop excessive feelings of worry and fear. Most of the time, postpartum depression occurs within the first 3 months after delivery.

Some women experience postpartum symptoms such as:

  • Sadness
  • Hopelessness
  • Low self-esteem
  • Feeling inadequate in taking care of the baby
  • Social withdrawal
  • Low or no energy
  • Becoming easily frustrated

Reasons for Postpartum Depression or Anxiety

Fluctuating hormones, exhaustion, and a new little person in your life can be overwhelming. If you’re diagnosed with postpartum depression or anxiety, also known as post pregnancy depression or the baby blues, or if you’re just feeling like you need some support, Robin Leigh Maier, LSCW can help!

Contact Robin Maier, psychiatric social worker today to get the help you deserve.

Robin Leigh Maier, LCSW    (813) 431-0797    robinmaierlcsw@gmail.com
300 South Hyde Park Avenue Suite 250 Tampa, Florida 33606