Postpartum Depression

Campus:  Vista

Adults, Classes, Life Skills, Women

This class is for pregnant women and new moms and those who are part of their support network.  The pressures and responsibility of motherhood can move a woman to experience more that just the “Baby Blues” but symptoms of anxiety and depression during this season of life. Women struggle with self-doubt and “what ifs” such as will I be able to make it through labor and delivery, will I be a good mother, will I be able to still be a good wife, and generally can I really do this and be good at it?

We will identify many of the contributing factors that lead to this, discuss what it looks like when you have it and learn helpful coping skills. that can enhance a healthier mother-baby bonding and improve family relationships.

If you have questions on something that is happening to you or to a loved one, attend the meetings and ask the counselor. While we will be presenting the larger picture on diagnoses, specific questions may be answered. These meetings will not give specific advice on treatment nor medications, rather the meetings will provide a direction to pursue along with resources for support.

WHEN:  Sunday, January 8, 11am
WHERE: Vista Campus, Learning Center 2 Room
2405 North Santa Fe Ave, Vista

RSVP to let us know you plan to attend.

Questions can be sent to Chandler Pine at