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After IVF, Some Struggle With What To Do With Leftover Embryos.

Few families who conceive by way of IVF are fully aware of the emotional impact of making dispositon decisions. In this reported story, two families share their experience in hope that other IVF families will benefit from their narratives. 

Being Mom to a Middle-Schooler can be the Toughest Gig of All.

Many parents assume that the early years of mothering are the most trying on a woman's mental health, but new research indicates that moms of middle schoolers struggle even more than new mothers. 

The Washington Post

How Schools Are Using "Mindful Eating" To Help Prevent Eating Disorders.

Eating disorders are one of the deadliest psychological illnesses and prevention programs can help bolster kids from developing unhealthy body-image perception and eating disordered behavior. In this reported story, I interview educators who are using the life-skills of mindfulness to help protect kids against eating concerns.

Prenatal Depression may be the most severe form of maternal depression.

In this reported story, I bring to light new research from Northwestern University that states how prenatal depression may be more severe than its postpartum counterpart.

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New Research on Postpartum Depression Could Change the Way We Think Aboutthe Baby Blues.

Recent research indicates that mood fluctuations during pregnancy may be related to postpartum depression. In this reported story, I outline the latest findings to inform women about the warning signs of prenatal depression.

The Cult of Egg-Freezing Is Doing Ambitious Women A Disservice.

With companies like Google paying women to freeze their eggs and delay motherhood, it's important to know the science behind this reproductive technology. In this story, I interview two women who froze their eggs, as well as reproductive doctors who share their wisdom about the efficacy of this relatively new reproductive practice.

The Atlantic City Lab

Humanizing Homelessness at the San Francisco Public Library.

San Francisco is the first city to embed mental health services at the public library. In this reported story, Leah Esquerra, LMFT shares her experience as the first library social worker and talks about the many homeless patrons that the program has helped. 

Vice

The Health Benefits of Contemplating the Afterlife.

Longstaning research indicates that spiritual faith offers hope when unfortuante circumstances, such as death or illness befall us, but new research also shows that people who contemplate the existential meaning of life are psychologically healthier than those who avoid these topics. 

Time

Parents Don't Get How Negative They Seem to Their Teenagers.

Everyone knows that parenting teens is challenging, but new research reveals how parent's negativity impacts teen behavior. 

Refinery29

Why do we All Turn Into Our Teenage Selves When we go Home for the Holidays?

Do you revert to your younger years when you visit your family for the holidays? If so, you're experiencing a classic case of holiday regression, but there are psychological reasons why we regress and how we can avoid acting like we're fifteen when we're fifty.

What Every Woman Should Know About Postpartun Psychosis.

Many women are familiar with postpartum depression, the maternal mental illness that impacts up to 20% of new mothers, but few women are educated about a very serious maternal mental health concern, known as Postpartum Psychosis. 

 

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