Monthly Archives: January 2010

Riveting Story of Postpartum Depression Now Available in Spanish!

Sylvia Lasalandra, courageous and philanthropic author, advocate and mother has republished her best-selling book, A Daughter’s Touch in Spanish. With few to no books offering personal accounts of postpartum depression to a growing and underserved population of Spanish speaking mothers, … Continue reading

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Postpartum Depression: Questions to think about when seeking therapy

Postpartum depression questions to ask yourself before seeking treatment Continue reading

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Postpartum Depression Therapy: Who can help me and How?

Finding help for postpartum depression. Which professionals can help me and how? Continue reading

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Time Magazine includes Katherine Stone’s MOTHERS Act Letter Among Best of the Year!

Time Magazine selects Katherine Stone’s letter in response to postpartum depression legislation article to be among its letters of the year! Continue reading

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The MOTHERS Act, The Mikulski Amendment, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Healthcare Reform… will somebody please explain?

Postpartum Depression Legislation and Healthcare Reform, explanation of the process. Continue reading

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The MOTHERS Act now passed in Senate version of Healthcare Reform thanks to the efforts of U.S. Senator Robert Menendez!

Postpartum Depression Legislation passed in senate healthcare reform bill thanks to U.S.Senator Robert Menendez! Continue reading

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