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New Parent E-Course
Open 24/7
Description

Congrats on your new bundle of joy! Overwhelmed yet? It doesn't take long for the exhaustion and unknowns to set in. Although this is totally normal, it does not feel good to many new parents. Many new parents are exhausted, anxious, physically healing, having scary or depressive thoughts, feel unprepared, doubt their abilities as a parent, or have external stresses adding to this huge transition. Every new parent needs support and reassurance. That is why this course exists.
This course will walk you through practical strategies to decrease anxiety and depressive symptoms, help you regain a sense of self, and find emotional healing during this huge life transition.
Postpartum anxiety and depression are the most common "complications" of childbirth and there is a shockingly small number of resources for these people. This course will help. This course is not JUST for those who meet criteria for a mental health disorder, but any new parent feeling stressed and overwhelmed by the transition.

Insurance Accepted : Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield Of NC
Specializations: Anxiety, Depression
Location:
206 Raleigh Street Fuquay Varina, North Carolina United States 27526
About the service provider

YOU WERE MADE FOR MORE. FIND HELP IN YOUR STRUGGLES You’re tired of just surviving each day. You want something different. You're ready to take your life back, to gain control over your thoughts and feelings, to repair your relationships. You were made for more than just surviving; you were made to thrive. Our team of licensed therapists in Fuquay-Varina and Raleigh help struggling individuals, couples and families gain hope, reclaim their foundation and move from surviving to thriving. Elizabeth Edwards has a passion for working with women and couples struggling with parenting, perinatal and postpartum concerns in our Fuquay-Varina office. We can help you with the anxiety, guilt and sadness following pregnancy loss and termination, including postpartum depression, as well as couples challenged by infertility.



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