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Online Discussion Groups:

Online Resources for learning more:

Blogs by Survivors and Advocates:


· The Mother-to-Mother Postpartum Depression Support Book (2006) Sandra Poulin

  • Beyond the Blues: A Guide to Understanding & Treating Prenatal
    and Postpartum Depression
    (2003) Shoshana S. Bennett and Pec Indman
  • This Isn't What I Expected: Overcoming Postpartum Depression (1994) by Karen R. Kleiman and Valerie D. Raskin
  • What am I Thinking? Having a Baby after Postpartum Depression (2005) by Karen Kleiman

· Pregnant on Prozac: the essential guide to making the best decision for you and your baby. (2009) Soshana S. Bennett

  • Postpartum Survival Guide (1994) by Ann Dunnewold and Diane G. Sanford

For Dads

Online resources:

  • Postpartum Dads Project
    An informational site focusing on what men experience when their partners have perinatal mood/anxiety disorders. Offers stories from real dads as well as advice on how to help your partner.
  • Boot Camp for New Dads
    Boot Camp for New Dads is a unique father-to-father, community-based workshop that inspires and equips men to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates and personally navigate their transformation into dads.


  • The Postpartum Husband: Practical Solutions for Living with Postpartum Depression (2001) by Karen Kleiman

For Professionals:

Online Resources:

  • North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology (NASPOG
    NASPOG is a society of researchers, clinicians, educators and scientists involved in women’s mental health and healthcare. Formed in the 1960s as a collaboration among obstetrician gynecologists, psychiatrists and psychologists, the society’s aim is to foster scholarly scientific and clinical study of the biopsychosocial aspects of obstetric and gynecologic medicine.
  • Marce Society
    The Marce Society promotes, facilitates and communicates about research into all aspects of the mental health of women, their infants and partners around the time of childbirth. This involves a broad range of research activities ranging from basic science to health services research.
  • MedEdPPD is a professional education, peer-reviewed Web site developed with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).


· Therapy & the Postpartum Woman by Karen Kleiman

· Perinatal & Postpartum Mood Disorders: Perspectives & Treatment Guide for the Healthcare Practitioner edited by Susan Dowd Stone

· Motherhood & Mental Health by Ian Brockington

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