Mom & Mind Episodes

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Mom & Mind is the first of its kind podcast dedicated to understanding the mental health of pregnant, birthing, loss and postpartum families. Psychologist and Perinatal Mental Health Specialist Dr. Kat, interviews moms, dads, experts and advocates to bring light to the difficult parts of new parenthood. Postpartum Depression is only part of the story…we aim to raise the volume on perinatal experiences for all women and families. We bring you hope, healing and the realization that you are not alone.

Recent Episodes

112: Motherbirth

How have your personal experiences launched you into a certain line of work or the pursuit of a passion? Today’s show is about someone who used the tough and challenging journey into motherhood to find ways to help others through...

111: The Empowered Mama: Lisa Druxman

What are the most important needs of women during pregnancy, postpartum, and the days of new motherhood? You might guess that nutrition, healthy habits, physical fitness, and emotional support are some of the most important needs---and they are! Wouldn...

110: Preeclampsia & Perinatal Loss with Stacey Porter

Every woman’s pregnancy experience is different, and each pregnancy brings its unique challenges. Today you’ll hear one woman’s story of her pregnancy, loss, and the obstacles she faced due to pre-eclampsia, which can affect women during pregnancy and ...

109: Healing After Postpartum with Graeme Seabrook

How do we, as mothers, keep ourselves centered while raising our little ones? It’s a tough question to answer, but it becomes even more difficult when perinatal mental health is in jeopardy. Many times, we think that dealing with the...

106: A Couple’s Journey, Loss and Postpartum

Have you ever dealt with pregnancy loss? Unfortunately, it’s more common than we think and the topic is one that we just don’t talk about. Dealing with one miscarriage is difficult enough, but when you have the pain of multiple...

105: Let’s Talk About Postpartum Sex!

When it comes to sex after having a baby, what’s normal? If we’re honest, we have had these questions and probably been afraid to ask. After all, who do we ask? How do we improve the communication between partners about...

104: Certification in Perinatal Mental Health

You may have wondered about the process required for certification in perinatal mental health. There is much confusion around any supplemental certification and in many cases, the process isn’t clear. What is clear, however, is the increasing need for ...

103: Breastfeeding, D-MER and Mental Health with Heidi Koss

You may think that postpartum depression covers all aspects of perinatal mental health issues that new mothers face. The fact is that there are other kinds of mood changes, some that are talked about and some that are relatively unknown...

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