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Postpartum Depression, Anxiety & Stress Counseling

Postpartum Depression Therapy & Psychiatry in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Boynton Beach, Florida.

Postpartum depression and anxiety is much more common than most people realize. Current analysis of mood disturbances in women more than 6 months after giving birth is upwards of 15%. Considering the theory that many women don't reach out for help or even fully acknowledge they are experiencing a postpartum mood related episode, those numbers are probably much higher. What does this mean? It means that needing supportive services after having a child, weather its your first or not is important and often overlooked until life and parenting becomes unmanageable.

MorMindful Therapy & Psychiatry provides postpartum depression and anxiety counseling for those suffering from perinatal mental health issues as well as medication management with our psychiatrist if need be. Our postpartum therapists are first and foremost mothers so they know what its like to struggle as a new mom or multiple children with zero time for yourself. 

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One of the most important things you will learn about postpartum depression and anxiety is that its not just hormones changing in your body or a reaction to pregnancy that has lead to this struggle and challenges in enjoying motherhood. Its about how your life and/or marriage changes drastically after having a baby. You will find a place at MorMindful that lets you know its okay to grieve who you were before having a baby even though you are undeniably humbled and grateful for your fertility and healthy child. Motherhood is never how you thought it would be or what you saw in movies or even how friends and family may have described it. The truth is its okay to feel lost, afraid and angry months or over a year after having a baby. Here you will find out how to navigate those feelings while working towards health and stability for you and your child. 


Learn more about our postpartum depression therapists can help you deal with the "baby blues" below or schedule an appointment by clicking here or by calling us at:

(561) 460-1885

Meet our Postpartum Depression Therapists

Blair Mor, PsyD

Dr. Blair Mor is a licensed clinical psychologist located in Boca Raton, Florida, specializing in depression, substance abuse, anxiety and mindfulness. Individualized one-on-one therapy with a doctor of psychology and expert therapist in substance abuse and mental health is the best move you can make to start feeling better now.


Dr. Mor uses clinically recognized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to teach you how to modify your thoughts and behavior to bring about positive change in your life. Transforming harmful thinking patterns is the key to morphing perception into a healthy and healing attitude.


Dr. Mor’s sessions are goal directed and entail more than just talking about your week and how you feel. It’s about using examples from the content of each session to help promote change by identifying automatic negative thought patterns and challenging them in a helpful way.

Lindsay Cooke, LMHC

Lindsay Cooke, LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor located in Boca Raton, Florida who offers affordable therapy for those suffering from anxiety and depression on a sliding scale.


She specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression. Lindsay has worked in the mental health field for several years within various treatment programs for dependency and other mental health issues as well as community mental health settings.  Lindsay completed her Masters Degree in Mental Health at Lynn University in Boca Raton.


Lindsay specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, assisting the patient in developing insight and coping strategies to maintain long term growth.  Her approach is honest, collaborative and empathetic, helping you in exploring the deeper, underlying issues as well as developing healthy problem solving methods.  


She believes in empowering the patient to learn how to cope with everything that life throws at them head on.


Do you think you or a loved one may be suffering from postpartum depression?

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