Tag Archives: Depression

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 outcomes in terms of mother-infant interactions and infant attachment security.  A new study looks at an intervention designed to treat… Read More »

Can depression turn into anxiety

Routine is sometimes helpful for people with anxiety and depression. Unfortunately, finding the treatment that best fits you is often a trial-and-error-prone process. It may take time and energy, but being your own advocate until you find the right treatment for yourself is key. Consider how much it is interfering with your life, and in… Read More »