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Postpartum Resource Center of New York, Inc.'s
Perinatal Mood Disorders Resource Directory

We are in the process of moving our Resource Directory here for full access to you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

As this is not yet the complete listing (as we continue to receive and process updated applications), if you need further help click here to contact us or call 631/422-2255.

Our Resource Directory is a work in progress, if you have any suggestions for additions/revisions, please let us know.

If you are an interested Mental Health Provider, Perinatal Mood Disorders Support Group or Support Service, please complete our Resource Directory Application (PDF).

Emergency Resources:    
     
 
     

If this is an emergency, if you fear that you may harm yourself, your baby or others you need to call your healthcare provider, dial 911 (emergency services) or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. Help is available. Available 24 hours a day:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
1-800-273-TALK
1-800-273-8255

 
     

Baby Safe Haven: Do Not Abandon Your Newborn

AMT Children of Hope Safe Haven Program

 

1-877-796-HOPE
1-877-796-4673

If you are pregnant and afraid to tell anyone or if you do not know what to do with your newborn baby, call for help or take the baby to any hospital emergency room. Your secret and the baby will be safe. The police will not be called. You will not have to answer any questions. Confidential help and support are available for you.

     
Child Abuse Prevention:    
Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline   1-800-4-A-CHILD
1-800-422-2253
 
Name of Resource Location
Bullet. Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Moms on Call and Family Support Telephone Volunteers
Offering free and confidential telephone support
Call 631/422-2255
 
Bullet. Men and Postpartum Depression
Yes, men do get postpartum depression. It’s a fact that most people – and even many health professionals – don’t know. As a result, most men with postpartum depression suffer in isolation. With PostpartumMen, these dads are no longer alone.

Contact: Dr. Will Courtenay for appointment or phone consultation
Phone: 415/346-6719
http://www.postpartummen.com

Phone consultation, from any location Support Group also offered in San Francisco Bay Area, California

National phone support

San Francisco Bay Area, California

              
            
Bullet. Jessica Shapley, LMSW, CMT
Provides short term counseling for prenatal and postpartum women, parenting transitions and issues. New moms support group, sleep consultation, infant massage classes.
Contact at 347-875-7123
www.momsupport.org
Bronx
Bullet. Olivia Bergeron, MSW, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Founder of Mommy Groove Therapy. Offering individual and group therapy. Specializes in treating women, especially for postpartum depression and anxiety and also for pregnancy depression and anxiety. Available for home visits.
Also speaks Spanish and French. (Servicios en Español. Services en français.)
Website:  www.MommyGroove.com
Contact 917-397-0323
Brooklyn
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Brooklyn PPD Support
Free Monthly Meetings
On-line Brooklyn Postpartum Depression Resource Listing
Contact www.brooklynppdsupport.org
For phone support
Chris 917-771-6359
(call returned within 48 hours)

Brooklyn

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Elyse D. Weiner, MD, FAPM
Adult psychopharmacology and psychotherapy for pregnant and postpartum patients. Collaborates with other practitioners who are unable to prescribe.
Phone:  212-674-2447 

Brooklyn

Bullet. Susan Henderson, RP, LCSW/SAP
Psychotherapy counseling and consultations
Phone: 800-537-0634

Broome County

Bullet. Deborah E. Launt, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker Specializing in postpartum depression and also infertility Office in Vestal
Contact at (607) 624-2009  
Broome County
Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Broome County
Bullet. The Doula Network of the Capital Region
A community of Capital Region independent birth professionals who are trained to provide education and support during pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
Website:  www.thedoulanetwork.org
Capital Region
Bullet. Shades of Light - Capital Area Postpartum Support
Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Suppport Groups
Suzanne Nelson 518-955-6770
suzanne@ShadesOfLightPS.org
Capital Region
Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Chenango County
Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Cortland County
Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Delaware County
Bullet. Postpartum Depression PPD Support Group in Williamsville/Buffalo area
at Millard Filmore Suburban Hospital
Meets 2nd Thursdays of each month from 7 to 8pm
Contact Nancy Owen at 716/568-3628 or email nowen@kaleidahealth.org

PDF Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Brochure

Erie County

Williamsville/Buffalo, New York area
Bullet. Kira Bartlett, PsyD
Psychologist offering long and short term individual, dyadic and group psychotherapy for adults, especially parents and babies. Specializes in Women's Mental Health, especially pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders.
Offices in White Plains and Manhattan
To contact call 917/697-5153
http://dr.kirabartlett.com/
Manhattan
Bullet. Olivia Bergeron, MSW, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Founder of Mommy Groove Therapy. Offering individual and group therapy. Specializes in treating women, especially for postpartum depression and anxiety and also for pregnancy depression and anxiety. Available for home visits.
Also speaks Spanish and French. (Servicios en Español. Services en français.)
Website:  www.MommyGroove.com
Contact 917-397-0323
Manhattan
Bullet. Kathryn L. Bleiberg, PhD
Evaluation and treatment of depression during pregnancy and postpartum periods and following pregnancy loss. Provides consultation and short and long term psychotherapy with expertise in Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT).
Contact at 212-746-5928 www.weillcornell.org/physician/klb2003/index.html
Manhattan
Bullet. Kelly Brogan, MD
Consultation psychiatry, Adult psychiatry including psychopharmacology and psychotherapy, women's reproductive psychiatry across the life cycle including mood and anxiety symptoms (PMDD, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause related illness.) and medical illness.
Contact at 646-706-7771
Manhattan
Bullet. Colleen Campo, MA, LMHC a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in pregnancy, marriage and parenthood. She also treats pregnancy and postpartum anxiety and depression and promotes marital/relationship well being by involving the partner in her treatment and recognizes the importance of family cohesiveness. Contact at 312-771-0790
www.colleencampo.com
Manhattan
Bullet. Classic Touch Acupuncture
Karen Chase, BS, BPS, MSAC - Licensed Acupuncturist Specializing in acupuncture for fertility, pregnancy and postpartum
Contact: 646-233-3016
Email: info@classictouchacupuncture.com
Website: http://www.acuheals.com
Offices in Bay Shore and Manhattan
Manhattan
Bullet. Gwen Feldman, LCSW, CASAC
Social Worker with a specialty in treating anxiety, depression and including parenting issues. Also a certified substance abuse counselor.

Support Group - Parenting, Pain and Pleasure An on-going, open group that is a confidential place where the challenges surrounding parenthood are explored. Moms with PPD are encouraged and welcome to attend.
Contact at 917-903-7462

Manhattan
Bullet. Sudhir Gadh, MD
Adult psychiatry providing medication management and therapy for mood disorders including perinatal mood disorders, depression, bipolar, anxiety, PTSD, panic and psychotic illnesses
Also speaks Hindi
Contact at 917-502-4529

Manhattan

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Susan Greenberg, LSCW
Psychotherapist, Adolescents and Adults. Psychotherapy for women dealing with the stress and challenges associated with motherhood. Extensive background working with those with a mental illness or a family member.
Offices in Mount Kisco and Manhattan
Contact call (914) 837-0928
www.SusanGreenbergPsychotherapy.com

Manhattan

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Karen J. Greene, PhD
Clinical Psychologist specializing in postpartum illnesses and trauma. Providing individual, family and group therapy.
Contact at (212) 781-3967

Manhattan (Upper Westside)

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Marjorie Hornik
LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in perinatal issues including postpartum depression, infertility and perinatal bereavement. Individual, couples and family therapy.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group

Contact at 212-222-8990
www.marjoriehornik.com

Manhattan (Upper Westside)
Bullet. Caroline Kahn, PhD
Psychologist specializing in perinatal mental health, eating disorders and adjustment to early adulthood. Providing individual therapy. Collaborates with psychiatrists for psychopharmacology, as needed.
Contact at 646/522-2565
Manhattan

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Shari I. Lusskin, MD
Website: www.drsharilusskin.com
Email: shari.lusskin@med.nyu.edu
Tel: 212-779-3660
Office: 161 Madison Avenue, Suite 10NW, New York, NY 10016

Manhattan

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Karin Miller, MD
Comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and treatment for women and their families during fertility, pregnancy, postpartum, pregnancy losses, perimenopause/menopausal and women's sexual problems. Psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. Complementary nutrition and herbal approaches. Contact at 212-876-3736

Manhattan

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Charlotte Murphy, MD
Psychiatric services including psychiatric examinations, medication management and therapy. Specializes in reproductive psychiatry and women's mental health. Contact at 212-679-4283
www.drcharlottemurphy.com
Hables Espanol

Manhattan

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Postpartum Depression Support
Contact: Nell Gibbon, LMSW at 917-676-9254
www.mimivillage.com

Manhattan

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Payne Whitney Women's Program
Counseling and Medication Management - Related to pre-conception, pregnancy, postpartum, lactation, pregnancy loss, infertility, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, menopause, and other issues.

Location: New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

Contact: 212/746-4850
www.pwwp.org

Manhattan (Upper East)

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PPD Support
Contact Anne Smith at 212-289-7335 or email mumpers1@aol.com

Manhattan (Upper East)

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Jessica Shapley, LMSW, CMT
Provides short term counseling for prenatal and postpartum women, parenting transitions and issues. New moms support group, sleep consultation, infant massage classes.
Contact at 347-875-7123
www.momsupport.org

Manhattan

Support Group

Seleni Psychology and Counseling Support, PLLC
A mental health and wellness practice focusing on women's unique mental health care needs.

Assessment, consultation and treatment for women who experience reproductive or maternal mental health issues, including:  Miscarriage and child loss (grief and bereavement), depression and anxiety during pregnancy, postpartum depression and anxiety, fertility/infertility, infant bonding and attachment, life and career transitions, relationship/marital/partner difficulties, body image anxieties, parenting concerns.

Workshops and support groups offered including prenatal anxiety support group, postpartum depression support group, parent education, breastfeeding and lactation and parenting children with special needs.

Acupuncture and massage also available.

Contact the Seleni Institute:
Sarah Best, LMSW
Melinda Gallagher, MA, LMHC
Patricia Harteneck, PhD
Christiane Manzella, PhD
Andrew R. Stephanopoulos, MA, LMFT

Call 212-939-7200
Website:  www.seleni.org

Manhattan

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Elyse D. Weiner, MD, FAPM
Adult psychopharmacology and psychotherapy for pregnant and postpartum patients. Collaborates with other practitioners who are unable to prescribe.
Phone:  212-674-2447 

Manhattan

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Women's Program in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University
New York-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University Medical Center Neurological Institute
710 West 168th Street 12th Floor
Psychiatry Specialty Clinics
New York, NY 10032
Contact: 212-305-6001
http://
www.columbiapsychiatry.org

Manhattan

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Rochester PPD Support Group and Perinatal Depression Warmline
Contact Lynne Goodman and Barbara Klumpp, CSW-R Group sponsored by Women Gynecology and Childbirth Associates
Call and leave a message 585-234-0054

Monroe County

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University of Rochester Medical Center's Perinatal Consultation Clinic (PNCC) Mental health consultation to women with mood and anxiety disorders who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy and have questions about psychotropic medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding and women who have recently given birth and are at risk or experiencing postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.

Provides consultation regarding psychiatric medication management issues.  If needed, will refer patients to therapists and psychiatrists.

Jennifer Richman, MD - Consulting Psychiatrist

Contact information for an appointment:  (585) 275-3750

Website:
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/psychiatry/clinical/ambulatory/pncc.cfm

Monroe County/ Rochester
Support Group CIRCLE OF CARING Support Group for Moms and Moms to be

Every Thursday from 2:30p – 4pm South Nassau Hospital offers a FREE weekly support group for new moms and moms-to-be. Many women experience sadness, fear, anxiety & even depression during pregnancy and after giving birth. South Nassau Hospital’s Circle of Caring is a 12-week program that provides emotional support, education and coping tools for women and families experiencing a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder.

CIRCLE OF CARING SUPPORT GROUP
Each Thursday of the week, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
South Nassau Hospital
Community Education Building
2277 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, NY
FREE

For more information, or to schedule an appointment,
please call 516-377-5400.

Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. PDF Nassau County Best Practices for the Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders Resource Manual for Consumers and Professionals

A Project of North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, Nassau County Perinatal Services Network and the Postpartum Resource Center of New York, with funding by the Hagedorn Foundation

Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. You Are Not Alone - There Is Help in Nassau County for pregnancy and postpartum depression / anxiety (perinatal mood and anxiety disorders)

Contact:
Mental Health Association of Nassau County
516/504-HELP (4357)

North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center
Diane Goldberg Maternal Depression Program
516/626-1971 ext 318

Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Toll free 855/631-0001
www.postpartumny.org

Zucker Hillside Hospital
Perinatal Psychiatry Service
718/470-4MOM (4666)

See poster See You Are Not Alone Poster
Nassau County, Long Island
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PDF  Access to Health Care Services in Nassau County
A summary of information on health care coverage options that are available to pregnant women and all residents of Nassau County who are looking for access to health care.

This summary was developed by the Healthcare Access Sub-Committee, which is an extension of the Nassau County Department of Health Perinatal Services Network Advocacy Committee.

Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. Nancy Berlow, LCSW-R
Social Worker specializing in Women's Health issues - perinatal bereavement, infertility and postpartum depression.
Also speaks Hebrew
Office in Hicksville
To contact call 516/356-7109
http://longislandpregnancyandinfantloss.com/
Nassau County, Long Island

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Eva Gerber, MS, MSW, LCSW
Individual and Family Psychotherapy Specialty in maternal depression including depression/anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum also marital and health issues, including infertility Also speaks Yiddish and knowledge of Spanish
Contact at 516-626-3333

Nassau County, Long Island

Bullet. Judy Greenberger, RN, MSN, LMFT, LCCE, FAACE Individual and Couples Psychotherapy, Marriage and Family Therapy, Trauma, Issues around the childbearing years, grief and loss. Support groups. Office in Merrick
Contact at 516-623-3023
Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. Long Island Doula Association
A multifaceted organization providing support for women in the early stages of motherhood, from conception through postpartum. Members include: birthing and postpartum doulas, midwives, chiropractors, prenatal and postnatal exercise instructors, naturopaths,etc.

"Families in Crisis Fund" to help support families with serious illness, death, natural disaster, single or teen mothers and women suffering from postpartum depression who have an ccompanying financial hardship.
Website: www.LIDoulas.com
Contact info@LIDoulas.com or 631-574-2205
Nassau County, Long Island
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Sandra R. Wolkoff, LCSW-R Social Worker with specializing in treating maternal depression with expertise also in child development. Provides individual, couples and family counseling. Cognitive behavioral therapy for treatment of perinatal mood disorders. Office in Greenvale.
Contact at 516/972-4194

Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. Cheryl Zauderer, PhD, CNM, NPP
Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry specializing in Perinatal Mood Disorders and Women's Health (including bereament, menopause) Medication management, therapy, holistic and natural health. Office in Garden City
Contact at 631-418-4038
Nassau County, Long Island
Bullet. First Connections Matter a program through Nassau County, New York Adelphi University's Institute for Parenting - Services to mothers with postpartum depression, anxiety or new parenting challenges.

Staff consists of parent educators, social workers and other clinical professionals with specialized training in maternal/infant/ toddler/parent mental health. Also an intensive training site for graduate students and professionals in the human service field.

Fees for clinical services on a sliding scale and affordable.

To contact call (516) 237-8531. Located on the Adelphi University Garden City campus.

Nassau County, Long Island

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Nassau County Department of Health, Community Health Worker Program - Free and confidential - Home Visiting and Case Management Services for pregnant and parenting teens and women
For women in the Village of Hempstead and the Community of Roosevelt
Staff speaks: English and Espanol
Contact: 516-572-0934

Nassau County, Long Island

Support Group Nassau University Medical Center - Circle of Light Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression/Anxiety Support Group (Hablamos Espanol) - Free support group facilitated by a Registered Nurse and Perinatal Depression Survivor (Family Education session included) For more information and to register for this free group
Contact Vanessa Barisano, RN, BSN, LCCE
516-296-2204 or vbarisan@numc.edu
Nassau County, Long Island

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The Mark's Family Right from the Start 0-3+ Center
Diane Goldberg Maternal Depression Treatment Program - Immediate response to women and their families struggling with postpartum depression and depression during pregnancy. Individual and Family Therapy. Dyadic work with mothers and infants. Baby friendly. Medication management when needed. Right From the Start specializes in Early Childhood Development and Mental Health.

Mother's Circle of Care Support Group available.

Insurance accepted, Sliding Scale Fee available

Contact:  Jodi Glasser, LCSW-R at
516-484-3174 ext. 235

Nassau County, Long Island

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An Angel's Embrace
Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group

A Baby Care Group also available
New Dad's Need Support Too Class!
Contact Vanessa Barisano, RN at 516-697-1682

¡Si usted se siente mal, triste con ansíedad, sin energiá para cuidarse a usted o su bebé hay ayuda! El abrazo de un bebé apoya las mamas durante y después del parto!

Una clase para saber como cuidar su niño. ¡Nuevos Papas Necesitan Suporte También Clase!
Llamas a Vanessa Barisano, RN 516-697-1682

Nassau County, Long Island

Bullet. The Mom's Net Program
Warm-Line, support group, education, literature, Resource Guide and screenings for moms, families and healthcare providers on postpartum depression.

Warm-Line
Weekdays 716/433-3780 ext. 312
Evenings and Weekends 716/433-5432 or 716/692-8800

Providers in Niagara County: A Resource Guide for New Moms,Families and Providers

Niagara County

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Postpartum Depression Support Group in Syracuse
Contact Chris Kowaleski, RN
315-546-5075

Onondaga County, Syracuse

Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Ostego County
Support Group Sinead MacNamara-Murphy, LCSW, CASAC, LADC, MATS
Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual, couples and family
counseling.  Specializing in the following areas:  treating postpartum
depression, issues of pregnancy and motherhood, parenting support, 
addiction and recovery, anxiety and depression, work and career issues, LGBT support and counseling, stress management, conflict resolution and grief counseling.

Getting Back To Being You - Postpartum Depression Support Group

Office in Brewster
Contact:  845-406-8804
Website:  www.gettingback2you.com
Putnam, New York

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Barbra Williams Cosentino, LCSW, RN
Social worker, pediatric nurse and parent educator providing psychotherapy for pregnant and postpartum women and moms struggling with depression, anxiety or adjustment to parenthood. Additional interest and expertise in infant development, parenting a high needs child and couples counseling. Office in Forest Hills, Queens.
Call 718-459-1318 or email shrinkingwoman60@gmail.com

Queens, New York

Bullet. Long Island Doula Association
A multifaceted organization providing support for women in the early stages of motherhood, from conception through postpartum. Members include: birthing and postpartum doulas, midwives, chiropractors, prenatal and postnatal exercise instructors, naturopaths,etc.

"Families in Crisis Fund" to help support families with serious illness, death, natural disaster, single or teen mothers and women suffering from postpartum depression who have an ccompanying financial hardship.
Website: www.LIDoulas.com
Contact info@LIDoulas.com or 631-574-2205
Queens, New York
Bullet. Priska Imberti, LCSW
Clinical Director of Crecer, Inc. a Psychotherapy Center providing comprehensive psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, children and the community. Bilingual Spanish/English Services Bilingus en Espanol e Ingles Offices in Freeport and Woodside
Contact 347-642-4086
http:// www.crecerinc.com
Queens, New York

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Zucker Hillside Hospital Perinatal Psychiatry Service in Glen Oaks, NY - North Shore LIJ Health System

A Perinatal Psychiatry Team provides emergency consultation, pharmacotherapy, individual therapy, group and couples therapy.

Watch video Why am I Blue? Click here to watch the video

For more information click here

To contact:  718-470-4MOM

PDF See Brochure

Queens, New York

Bullet. Shades of Light - Capital Area Postpartum Support
Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group in Latham, New York
This group is free and open to the public. It is meant to create a safe space for women who are experiencing depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD or other challenges to share their stories and receive support from other moms. Babies in arms are also welcome.

Contact:  Jennifer Fegan-Szalay
Phone:  518-526-1917 
Email:  blessingwaymidwife@gmail.com
Rensselaer County
Latham, New York
Bullet. Olivia Bergeron, MSW, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Founder of Mommy Groove Therapy. Offering individual and group therapy. Specializes in treating women, especially for postpartum depression and anxiety and also for pregnancy depression and anxiety. Available for home visits.
Also speaks Spanish and French. (Servicios en Español. Services en français.)
Website:  www.MommyGroove.com
Contact 917-397-0323
Richmond County - Staten Island

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Postpartum Depression - PPD Support Group on Staten Island
Richmond University Medical Center Staten Island
Call 718-818-2032

Richmond County - Staten Island

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Outpatient Mental Health Services also a Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island
Call anytime 718-818-6132

Richmond County - Staten Island

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Individual, Couples and Family Counseling
Including Perinatal Mood Disorders and Adjustment to Parenthood
Call Terry Baver, PhD at 718-273-7579

Richmond County - Staten Island

Bullet. Shades of Light - Capital Area Postpartum Support
Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group in Saratoga Springs, New York
This group is free and open to the public. It is meant to create a safe space for women who are experiencing depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD or other challenges to share their stories and receive support from other moms. Babies in arms are also welcome.
Contact Suzanne Nelson
Phone:518-955-6770 or suzanne@ShadesOfLightPS.org  
Saratoga County

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Michelle Button, LCSW -
Director and Founder, LCSW Counseling and Psychotherapy Providing individual and couples counseling. Specializing in the treatment of perinatal mood disorders, infertility and reproductive health issues.

Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Support Group Other Support groups: Pregnancy, New Mothers, Breastfeeding Support, Perinatal Loss and Grief
Contact: 631-265-3133
info@lcswcounseling.com
www.lcswcounseling.com
www.maternalwellness.net

Suffolk County, Long Island

Bullet. Andrea R. Carlsen, MD
Board Certified in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry. Treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in women, children and adolescents. Provides psychotherapy (cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy), psychopharmacology and TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation).
Office in Huntington
Contact at 631/923-0006
Suffolk County, Long Island
Bullet. Classic Touch Acupuncture
Karen Chase, BS, BPS, MSAC - Licensed Acupuncturist Specializing in acupuncture for fertility, pregnancy and postpartum
Contact: 646-233-3016
Email: info@classictouchacupuncture.com
Website: http://www.acuheals.com
Offices in Bay Shore and Manhattan
Suffolk County, Long Island

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Elyse Everett, LCSW
Social worker specializing in mental health treatment related to childbirth, adoption or postpartum depression. Individual,couples and children's counseling. In East Setauket

Contact at 631-793-0870 elyse@thepostpartumhighway.com
www.thepostpartumhighway.com

Suffolk County, Long Island

Bullet. Nicole Freydell, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual and couples therapy for postpartum depression, anxiety, relationship issues and also adolescent counseling provided. Grief counseling is also available. Office in Huntington .
Contact: 631-897-2542
Suffolk County, Long Island
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Jodi Glasser, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, the infant/mother relationship and early childhood development.

Providing individual, couples and family counseling and group therapy.

Office in Smithtown
Contact:  631-974-4865

Suffolk County, Long Island
Bullet. Laurel Levin, LCSW
Psychotherapy and counseling in Perinatal and Postpartum Mental Health from a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for anxiety/depression during pregnancy, postpartum depression and perinatal loss.

For individuals, couples and families.  Medication management referrals.

Contact:  631-335-3960 for confidential consultation

Office in Smithtown
www.laurellevintherapist.com

Suffolk County, Long Island
Bullet. Long Island Doula Association
A multifaceted organization providing support for women in the early stages of motherhood, from conception through postpartum. Members include: birthing and postpartum doulas, midwives, chiropractors, prenatal and postnatal exercise instructors, naturopaths,etc.

"Families in Crisis Fund" to help support families with serious illness, death, natural disaster, single or teen mothers and women suffering from postpartum depression who have an ccompanying financial hardship.
Website: www.LIDoulas.com
Contact info@LIDoulas.com or 631-574-2205
Suffolk County, Long Island
Support Group Mother's Circle of Caring - a 12 week supportive wellness group for moms experiencing difficulty during pregnancy or after the birth of a baby.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Support Group
in Sayville, New York

For information and to register contact Alyson at
(855) 552-9355 x101

PDF  See flyer for details

Suffolk County, New York
Support Group

Mothers' Circle of Hope Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Support Group offered by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, West Islip, New York
Free group - for women experiencing prenatal or postpartum depression, anxiety or other perinatal mood disorders.

If interested or to find out more information
Phone: 631-376-HOPE  or 631-376-4673
Email:   circleofhope@chsli.org

Suffolk County, Long Island
Support Group

Mother's Circe of Caring...when motherhood isn't what you expected.
Supportive Wellness Group for moms experiencing difficulty during pregnancy or after the birth of a baby.

To register, contact Laura Gigantino at the Mental Health Association in Suffolk County 
at 631-226-3900 ext 303

http://www.mhasuffolk.org/documents/supportgroups.php

Suffolk County, Long Island
Support Group

Keep Getting Better Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Support Group

On-going, bi-monthly group for women who have attended Circle of Hope, Circle of Caring or pregnancy and postpartum depression support group programs.

Presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center.

1st and 3rd Thursdays 7pm-8:30pm
Free of Charge
Meeting Location
661 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon, New York
Side Entrance, Downstairs

For additional information, please call 631-376-HOPE or 631-376-4673

See the flyer See flyer

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Suffolk Perinatal Coalition
Free and confidential information and referral, Case Management, Mentoring Mothers Program, The Baby's Dresser. Sponsors the Healthy Start Consortium and the Perinatal Mood Disorders Task Force.

Help for pregnancy and postpartum depression in Suffolk County.

Read Directory Perinatal Mood Disorders Resource Directory by the Suffolk Perinatal Coalition's Perinatal Mood Disorders Task Force

Contact at 631-475-5400
www.scpc.net

Suffolk County, Long Island

Support Group

Mothers' Circle of Hope Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group offered by St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center Smithtown, New York
No fee

If interested or to find out more information
Phone: 631-862-3330
Email:   postpartumsupport@chsli.org

Free breastfeeding support group and also free breastfeeding support with one on one consultation with an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
Contact Jennifer L. Giordano, RN, BSN, IBCLC for more information at 631-870-3444

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Suffolk County Department of Health Services Community Health Worker Program Free and confidential - Home Visiting and Case Management Services for high risk pregnant and parenting teens and women.

For women in Amityville, Brentwood, Central Islip, Copiague and Wyandanch

Staff speaks: English, Spanish, French, Creole and Tagalog-Pilipino

Contact: Ellen Roisman at 631-854-4023

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Laura Ellick, PhD
Therapy and Postpartum Depression Support
516-635-6186
Hablas Espanol

Suffolk County, Kings Park

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Laura Bonsera, LCSW-R
LCSW Psychotherapy and Counseling Specializing in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders including Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression/Anxiety 
631/334-8410
http://www.lipostpartum.com

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Irene Margolis, RN, LCSW-R
Social Worker specializing in Perinatal Anxiety & Depression, OCD, personality disorders, marital/relationship issues and bereavement Basic Spanish Office in Coram
Contact at 631/331-9688

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Helen G. Meyers, Ph.D
Psychologist Specializing in Perinatal & Postpartum Depression, Other women's issues
Consultation & Psychotherapy
Individual therapy, couples & family treatment
Offices in West Islip and Huntington
Contact at 631/669-1146

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Leslie Parker, MS, MPP, ANP Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression/Anxiety Therapy and Medication Managment
631/751-2892 in Port Jefferson

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Susan C. Sullivan, APRN, BC
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression, Perinatal Bereavement Therapy and Medication Mangement
631/351-8374 in Huntington

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Family Service League's Child and Parents
Together Program in Bay Shore (Town of Islip)
Free support groups for mothers and fathers.
Babies and children welcome.
Contact Mary Sidoti at 631/647-3120

Suffolk County, Long Island

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Couple CARE for Parents
Parenting & relationship enhancement for parents with newborns at Stony Brook University
Contact Rebecca Bonnano, LMSW
631/632-4677  (See flyer for details)

Suffolk County, Long Island

Support Group Transitioning into Motherhood for Pregnant and New Moms Support Group

Come talk to and learn from professionals and other mothers who have been through
this exciting yet challenging time!

A free group open to the public offered by
Mental Health Association in Suffolk County
2000 Arctic Avenue
Bohemia, New York 11716

Infants and breastfeeding babies are welcome to accompany mom.

To register call 631/226-3900
Suffolk County
Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Tioga County

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Gail Zussman, LCSW-R, MSW
Individual, couples, families, adolescents, college students, Therapy and treatment for postpartum mood disorders, crisis, grief/loss, PTSD, anxiety/panic, parenting/family issues

Postpartum Depression Support Group

Two locations: Trumansburg, NY and Ithaca, NY
To contact call 607/387-5925

Tompkins County

Bullet. Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of South Central New York
Provides free and low cost services for families, education and referral services and community education programs.
Contact 1-800-231-0744
PDF Postpartum Depression Resource Directory
Tompkins County
Bullet. Shades of Light - Capital Area Postpartum Support
Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Support Group in Glens Falls, New York
This group is free and open to the public. It is meant to create a safe space for women who are experiencing depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD or other challenges to share their stories and receive support from other moms. Babies in arms are also welcome.
Contact Suzanne Nelson
Phone: 518-955-6770
E-mail: suzanne@ShadesOfLightPS.org  
Warren County
Bullet. Rebecca Abramson, PhD
Psychologist specializing in the treatment of pregnancy and postpartum depression. Also trauma. Provides individual psychotherapy and couples therapy.
Office in Elmsford
Contact call 914/592-2022
E-mail: Rebabramson@verizon.net
Westchester
Bullet. Kira Bartlett, PsyD
Psychologist offering long and short term individual, dyadic and group psychotherapy for adults, especially parents and babies. Specializes in Women's Mental Health, especially pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders.
Offices in White Plains and Manhattan
To contact call 917/697-5153
www.dr.kirabartlett.com
Westchester
Bullet. Catherine E. Daniels, MD
Board Certified in Psychiatry and in Psychosomatic Medicine. Provides psychiatric evaluation, medication management of adult patients, including for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Psychotherapy, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, behavioral activation with mindfulness techniques.

Available for home visits for bed-resting and postpartum mothers.

Office in White Plains
Contact at 914/295-2429
Website:
www.fullcirclefamilycare.com/mental_health.htm
Westchester County

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Susan Greenberg, LCSW-R
Psychotherapist, Adolescents and Adults. Psychotherapy for women dealing with the stress and challenges associated with motherhood. Extensive background working with those with a mental illness or a family member.

Providing Maternal Matters a weekly Postpartum Support Group in Mount Kisco/Westchester County allowing mothers to connect to deal with the stress and challenges associated with motherhood.

Offices in Mount Kisco and Manhattan
Contact call 914/837-0928
www.SusanGreenbergPsychotherapy.com

Westchester

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Free Telephone Educational Session offered by Postpartum Support International at http://www.postpartum.net

 

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Postpartum Support International New York State Coordinators

New York
 
Note: The Postpartum Resource Center of New York, Inc. is committed to helping women and families find the help they need for perinatal mood disorders in New York State. We do not endorse any particular healthcare and mental health professionals, support groups, support services or products listed in our Resource Directory. Our intention is to share with you resources, that have self-identified to their interest and experience with treating perinatal mood disorders and for you to consult with your healthcare professionals in researching and seeing what is most appropriate for you.


 

 

   

 

 

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