Time: Mondays from 11:30am – 12:45pm
Cost: $20 per class – Register Now!
Pre-registration required. You can register for Parting Ways with Postpartum: A Support Group by calling the store at (818) 380-3111 or through the online registration page.Register Now!
Parting Ways with Postpartum: A Support Group, is a safe, shared space for moms struggling with postpartum depression and anxiety to come together and get the support they deserve. In a circle of safety and compassion, new moms will meet with a licensed clinical psychologist to build each other up, share their experiences, and gather tools for recovery. Postpartum depression and anxiety are highly treatable conditions that affect many new moms. Let’s gather together to break through the shame, confusion, and fear and ultimately part ways with postpartum.
The Support Group will meet on Mondays from 11:30am-12:45pm. Moms within the first year postpartum are encouraged to attend and young babies (pre-crawlers) are welcome to join. While you will get the most out of this support group if you can attend weekly and for at least four consecutive weeks, in order to reach as many moms as possible, this group is offered weekly, please call ahead of time to sign up to join our circle of connected, compassionate mamas.
Margie Slater, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in maternal mental health.
She has specialized training in Perinatal Mood Disorders from Postpartum Support International and regularly stays up-to-date on the latest research, treatment recommendations, and resources in the area.
She works with women at all stages of the pregnancy and motherhood process – from those trying to conceive or having experienced miscarriages to those struggling with postpartum depression and anxiety.
She maintains a private practice in Encino, which she opened in 2012.
Margie attended a Mother’s Gathering group at A Mother’s Haven in 2018 after the birth of her son Jack and would like to give back to the community of moms in her neighborhood by offering this support group at AMH.