• depression during pregnancy

    Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Depression during Pregnancy Shows Promising Results

    While depression is relatively common in pregnancy and we have data to support the reproductive safety of many different antidepressants, many women are reluctant to use antidepressant medications during pregnancy. Because untreated depression in [...]

    CBT-Based Group Intervention Improves Perinatal Depression and Maternal Sensitivity

    Previous research has shown that higher levels of depressive symptoms during pregnancy may be associated with lower levels of maternal-fetal attachment (MFA).  Other studies have indicated that poor MFA is a significant predictor of worse [...]

    Exposure to Antidepressants During Pregnancy: Less Impact on Long Term Outcomes Than Previously Reported

    In the current issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Rommel and colleagues present a systematic review examining the long-term effects of prenatal exposure to antidepressants on physical, neurodevelopmental, and psychiatric outcomes in children [...]

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