Episode 39- Featuring Walker Ladd

Episode 39- Featuring Walker Ladd

If you've had a baby, are pregnant or work with moms in any capacity, PLEASE go get this book. I'm almost done reading it and all I can say is WOW! and We have to do better! Here is a description from Walker. Transformed by Postpartum Depression...
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This is the podcast to listen to for all things birth related. We talk pelvises, pregnancy, post partum recovery, sex, exercise and nutrition, not to mention self-care, that ever elusive space mamas need to regain their confidence, find a new groove...

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If you've had a baby, are pregnant or work with moms in any capacity, PLEASE go get this book. I'm almost done reading it and all I can say is WOW! and We have to do better! Here is a description from Walker.Transformed by Postpartum Depression traces the experiences of 25 women through the trauma of postpartum depression. The impact of untreated postpartum depression is described within the context of the psychological literature on trauma and posttraumatic growth. Women describe being terrified by symptoms they didn’t understand and the systemic failure of care providers to screen or treat their worsening symptoms, resulting in life threatening and life changing trauma. Interviews with leaders in the field of maternal mental health provide critical counterpoint to the concept of postpartum depression as a traumatic life event. Transformed by Postpartum Depression provides timely and insightful reflection on the state of maternal mental health in the United States.Highlights:-What is PPD? the risk factors of PPD?-Why it being untreated is the scary part, not the PPD itself!-How women can advocate for themselves-What we as a tribe can do differently to prevent, treat and lessen the burden of PPD-Finding that sense of self again!About Walker:Walker Ladd, Ph.D. has been a recognized thought leader in the field of maternal mental health for nearly two decades. Her writing and research challenge current paradigms of motherhood and mental illness, using women’s stories to reveal the hidden truths and extraordinary dimensions of the lived experience of motherhood. Dr. Ladd’s personal experiences with traumatic childbirth, breast cancer, postpartum depression, and major depressive disorder drive her passion for her bold, soulful, and transformative work.To Connect with Walker:Her websiteAmazon to get her book

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