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Littleton, CO 80128
Ph: (720) 770-1492
Do any of the following describe you?
Planning to become pregnant
A parent or soon to become a parent
What is Reproductive Psychiatry?
Reproductive Psychiatry includes the treatment of both men and women's mental health conditions as they relate to any of the various aspects of the reproductive process, including pre-planning for a family, fertility, pregnancy, adopting, and parenting.
Reproductive Psychiatry Keywords:
Perinatal Mental Health
Parental Mental Health
Postpartum Mental Health
Have you been experiencing any of the following symptoms?
Not feeling yourself
Feelings of dread and/or constant worry
Feeling like something bad is going to happen to your baby
Difficulty remaining still
Unwanted obsessive thoughts about your baby
Fear of being alone with your baby
Feelings of sadness, irritability, or rage
Changes in appetite
Excessive fear of others caring for your baby
Did you have a traumatic birth or a loss during pregnancy
If you answered yes to the questions above, then you may be a candidate for perinatal mental health treatment services from Rocky Mountain Mental Health. For those suffering from perinatal mental health issues, we at Rocky Mountain Mental Health want you to know that we are here to help.
Do not feel guilty or embarrassed about feeling this way, these symptoms are relatively common. In fact, according to Postpartum Support International, 1 in 7 moms will suffer from postpartum depression and approximately 6% of pregnant and 10% of postpartum women develop anxiety.
Even fathers/partners are not exempt from the mental health challenges that are associated with being an early parent. As mentioned on the CDC’s website: “According to a 2010 study** using data from 1993 to 2007, approximately 4% of fathers experience depression in the first year after their child’s birth. By a child’s 12th birthday, about 1 out of 5 fathers will have experienced one or more episodes of depression. Younger fathers, those with a history of depression, and those experiencing difficulties affording items such as a home or car were most likely to experience depression.”
** Davé S, Petersen I, Sherr L, Nazareth I. (2010). “Incidence of maternal and paternal depression in primary care: a cohort study using a primary care database”. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2010 Nov;164(11):1038-44. doi: 10.1001/archpediatrics.2010.184. Epub 2010 Sep 6.
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RMMH providers have received additional perinatal/postpartum training beyond the level mandated by the state of Colorado for the care of patients involving mental health issues of infertility, pregnancy, menopause, and the menstrual cycle.
RMMH providers are real people, who through their own personal experiences in women’s health, fertility, pregnancy, and parenting have developed a deep sense of empathy and skill for the treatment of perinatal populations.