Postpartum Depression Treatment Center for Women
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a mood disorder that affects women after childbirth. This long-lasting form of depression impacts a mother’s relationship with their newborn baby and impacts the mother’s physical and emotional health. Postpartum depression can occur with any mom, first-time or not.
How common is postpartum depression? According to the CDC, about 1 in 9 women experience symptoms of postpartum depression. There are approximately 4 million live births occur in the U.S. each year, and among those approximately 600,000 individuals are diagnosed with postpartum depression. Additionally, the American Psychological Association reports that for half of the women diagnosed with postpartum depression, this is their first episode of depression.
At The Phoenix Recovery Center, we offer individualized treatment programs for mental health disorders, including treatment for postpartum depression. As a postpartum depression treatment center, The Phoenix offers both outpatient and inpatient care with in-house psychiatrists and therapists to help women get the treatment they need. Often waitlists for therapists and psychiatrists are booked out months in advance. With postpartum depression, help is often needed as soon as possible. Individuals who come to The Phoenix are able to find help through professionals quickly, and all in one place.
Below is information relating to postpartum depression and our treatment programs.