What is Postpartum?

Postpartum refers to the period following childbirth, typically lasting six weeks, during which a new mother undergoes significant physical, emotional, and lifestyle adjustments. It is marked by a range of experiences, including hormonal fluctuations, physical recovery from childbirth, sleep deprivation, and emotional changes. For many women, this phase can bring about intense emotions, such as joy, anxiety, sadness, or mood swings, commonly referred to as the “baby blues.” All of these experiences are completely normal, however, they can be increasingly overwhelming to deal with on your own.

When you receive treatment for Postpartum at The Hardy Clinic you may:

  1. Receive emotional support from a well-informed clinician.
  2. Receive support tailored to your personal experience.
  3. Receive assistance in developing strategies for managing challenges and emotional fluctuations.
  4. Engage with a caring and kind clinician whose primary goal is to assist with your transition into motherhood. 
  5. Have a safe and welcoming environment to share thoughts and emotions that are typically seen as taboo in the public sphere.

You would benefit from this service if you:

  1. Are pregnant and want to be proactive in receiving support for your journey.
  2. Have recently given birth and are having a difficult time balancing your emotions and new lifestyle.
  3. Feel overwhelmed by the current state of your life.
  4. Feel as though you are not yourself and that no one understands what you are experiencing.
  5. Want to learn more about what is happening in your mind and body.

Benefits of getting this service with The Hardy Clinic:

Our highly skilled therapists may work with you to alleviate the impact of postpartum challenges. We engage in an intentional practice to provide a safe and non-judgmental space for new mothers to express their emotions, fears, and anxieties. A well-informed clinician may also educate you on the impact of pregnancy and childbirth on the human experience, as well as the mind and body to help normalize your feelings and reduce any sense of isolation or feelings of inadequacy. During your time at The Hardy Clinic you may learn practical coping strategies, gain emotional support, and develop self-care routines, ultimately promoting your mental and emotional well-being during the challenging postpartum period.

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