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Let's talk about Prenatal, Pregnancy and Postpartum health! This podcast is all about authentic conversations centred on Perinatal health and wellbeing; from mood and anxiety disorders, to breastfeeding challenges, to grief and loss in the Perinatal period and literally everything in between! This is the place to have real and honest conversations about these experiences so we can break down barriers to accessing treatment and crush stigma! I open these conversations up by sharing my knowled ...
 
A podcast dedicated to holding space for the untold stories of motherhood and mental illness in Australia. Through providing a listening ear to the lived experiences of struggle and healing in pregnancy and motherhood, this podcast aims to reduce stigma around mental health, to inform listeners about support services available, and to inspire those on their own healing journey. Share your story via the website perinatalstoriesaustralia.com and follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @pe ...
 
Empowering parents throughout the transformative life stage of preparing for and welcoming a new baby with your host Amanda (The Perinatal Space), as well as guest co hosts including other perinatal professionals and parents. Tune in to hear conversations about what you and your baby REALLY need during this time and how you can get it! The Perinatal Space provides parents with individualised support throughout pregnancy, preparing to parent and postpartum that prevents problems and promotes ...
 
The Perinatal Podcast is an audio resource for your journey through fertility, pregnancy, labor, and postpartum. Each episode features an interview with an expert in a certain field, from doctors to doulas. Learn from those in the birthing world and get all the information you never knew you needed to know about pregnancy, birth, and what happens once the baby is here!
 
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Cross Section (AAP Neonatal-Perinatal)

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Cross Section (AAP Neonatal-Perinatal)

Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

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Cross Section is the unofficial podcast for members of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 4,000 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individuals about their work. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals featured and do not necessarily reflect the po ...
 
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In this episode, I welcome Jade who shares her ongoing journey with mental ill health - a journey which is both three years old but new at the same time. After the birth of her son and the subsequent sleep deprivation, Jade’s mental health declined and she was (mis)diagnosed with postpartum depression. Despite proactively and consistently seeking s…
 
I’m so happy to share this week’s episode with you, featuring Drew Soleyn from Dad Central and Connected Dads. We had a great in-depth conversation about the challenges of becoming a parent from a dad’s perspective, including becoming a parent to twins and a 3rd baby after twins. Drew also provided some excellent ideas for seeking support, trying t…
 
Like everything else in her life, Jess had many plans for motherhood. As planned, she fell pregnant after completing her psychologist registration. But from the moment Jess saw the positive result on the pregnancy test, she was surprised that her once positive outlook was overshadowed by an all-consuming sense of dread and anxiety. Despite sharing …
 
Content Warning: We like to swear, if you’re listening with kids or don’t like swearing, please be aware! Episode #25 is the 2nd part of my chat with Naomi about body hair and its impacts on our body image and parenting. My guest today is Naomi from Queer Nest. Naomi uses she and they pronouns, and is Founder and head Doula of Queer Nest, where she…
 
As a public health researcher and implementation scientist who thought highly of her “ability to get shit done” Lisa assumed motherhood would be easy - especially compared to her prior achievements with study, work, and life. To her surprise though, Lisa struggled with the transition to motherhood. From a gestational diabetes diagnosis, birthing a …
 
Content Warning: We like to swear, if you’re listening with kids or don’t like swearing, please be aware! Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #24. My guest today is Naomi from Queer Nest Club. Naomi uses she and they pronouns, and is Founder and head Doula of Queer Nest, where she coaches and supports Queer and gender-non-conforming fo…
 
At 18 weeks pregnant, Aimee suffered the unimaginable - her waters ruptured and for the next 20 weeks she lived every day on bed rest in uncertainty about whether her baby would actually survive. To the surprise of every doctor, Aimee’s waters resealed and at 38 weeks, Evie, a healthy baby girl, was born. But her relief and joy vanished when sudden…
 
When Ella reflects on motherhood, she talks about two things: firstly, the dream of motherhood that she’d had her whole life, and secondly, the nightmare that she was confronted with when she actually became a mother.Between not feeling the immediate bond to her daughter, the inability to communicate her feelings with anyone in her family, her husb…
 
A successful economist and accomplished career woman, Kathryn from MotherUp has always been the quintessential high achiever who needed certainty and control over every aspect of her life. Although, of course, when she had her little girl Liv, Kathryn learnt the hard way that perfectionism and motherhood do not mix. She assumed the anxiety she felt…
 
For Tegan, mental ill health was nothing new. So naturally, a happy and mentally healthy pregnancy and postpartum with her first daughter, Addie, took everyone by surprise - including Tegan! It was only after baby number two, Amelia, that Tegan was reacquainted with anxiety and OCD. Unfortunately, it was far from a happy reunion. After weeks of bei…
 
I spent most of my life imagining motherhood. I couldn't imagine anything else - not a career, not travel, not study - just motherhood.What I didn't imagine, however, was a breakdown that sent me to a psychiatric hospital only days after my son's birth.I’d never felt so scared or alone in my life. I’d never felt so ashamed.But to my surprise, I was…
 
With a long history of anxiety, I had every intention of not letting anxiety get in the way of birth and parenting. In fact, I spent most of my pregnancy doing everything I thought was ‘right’ to plan and protect my mental health in postpartum. Unfortunately, I was so focused on postpartum that I couldn’t see the anxiety escalating throughout my pr…
 
Welcome to Perinatal Stories Australia, a podcast holding space for the untold stories of maternal mental illness in Australia. By sharing the lived experiences of struggle and healing, I hope this podcast reduces stigma, informs listeners about supports available, and inspires those on their own journey. No medical advice provided. FOLLOW the podc…
 
Content Warning: Postpartum psychosis and suicide Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #23. Today Gillian Cullen she/they Full-spectrum doula, CST practitioner, founder and CEO of Birth Mark joins me to talk about starting Birth Mark, a charity dedicated to providing full spectrum doula support for marginalized and at-risk communities t…
 
Content Warning: This is an in-depth discussion about racism and the impacts on reproductive health and can feel very heavy, especially for those who are impacted by these topics. We discuss things such as forced sterilization, interactions with CAS. Take care of yourself while listening. Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #22, the 2n…
 
Welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #21, our first episode of season 2! Today we’re going to talk about the Impact of Racism on Reproductive Health with Rochelle Maurice. Content Warning: This is an in-depth discussion about racism and the impacts on reproductive health and can feel very heavy, especially for those who are impacted by these topi…
 
I am so excited for season 2 to start on Monday, October 10th. I wanted to Thank you all for listening to season 1 and the support so far! The podcast has been downloaded in 46 countries and almost 3,000 times. This season we are going to hear more personal stories and have more deep, authentic conversations about issues that affect people and fami…
 
Content Warning: Birth trauma, postnatal depression and anxiety, mention of childhood abuse, and breastfeeding trauma. Today is part 2 of my interview with Vikki Stephenson, host of Blum Mumdays Podcast and mum to Stanley! If you haven’t listened to part 1, go back and check it out and then listen to today’s episode. Today Vikki talks about her exp…
 
Content Warning: Birth trauma, postnatal depression and anxiety, mention of suicidal thoughts, breastfeeding trauma and eating disorders. Today is part 1 of my interview with Vikki Stephenson, host of Blum Mumdays Podcast and mum to Stanley! Vikki shares her story with postnatal depression and anxiety, following a traumatic birth in such an authent…
 
My guest today is Naomi from Queer Nest Club. Naomi uses she and they pronouns, and is Founder and head Doula of Queer Nest, where she coaches and supports Queer and gender-non-conforming folks and entrepreneurs through one of their biggest life transitions— becoming a parent! Through support, advance preparation, self-advocacy, and abundance, she …
 
Date: May 11th, 2022 Content Warning: This episode contains discussions around sexuality including our body parts and sexual acts. We do use gendered language in this discussion and acknowledge that not all birthing people identify as female. If you listen to your podcasts with young kids in the room you can decide if you want to put headphones in …
 
Content Warning: Fertility challenges, mention of traumatic birth Today’s episode is in honour of World Maternal Mental Health Day, which is May 4th. The goal of World Maternal Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of maternal mental health issues so that more women will get treatment and fewer will suffer. This is definitely what we also work fo…
 
Content Warning: Fertility challenges Today’s guest is Katie Lamport, RSSW. Katie is a counsellor in private practice in the Barrie, Ontario area. I first met Katie when I started a new job as an addictions counsellor. Katie was fully pregnant and went on maternity leave a few days later. Katie was the first person I had met that was a gestational …
 
Content Warning: Mention of birth trauma, baby blues, obstetric violence, NICU, some swearing, gendered language. Today’s Guest is Kelley Hassanpour, RN who is the Founder over at Parenting From Within and we are talking about the unrealistic expectations of motherhood. We covered a wide range of topics from gendered stereotypes to patriarchy’s imp…
 
Content Warning: Intrusive thoughts, birth trauma, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, OCD, postpartum OCD, intrusive thoughts/compulsions around sleep and food, challenges with nursing, rage, trauma, fear, NICU experience, some swearing Today is the 2nd part of my conversation with Lisette and Catherine from Together Waterloo. Together came…
 
Content Warning: Intrusive thoughts, birth trauma, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, OCD, postpartum OCD, intrusive thoughts/compulsions around sleep and food, challenges with nursing, rage, trauma, fear, NICU experience, and some swearing. Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #12! Today I’m talking with Lisette and Catherine f…
 
Content Warning: Ectopic pregnancy, pregnancy loss, trauma, medical procedures, surgery, a near miss and grief. My guest today is Nicole Leijh, RSSW who is a perinatal therapist in private practice in Muskoka Ontario. Over the past few months, we’ve gotten to know each other and become friends and I was so honoured when Nicole agreed to share her e…
 
Content Warning: Today’s episode is all about relational trauma including sexual, physical and emotional abuse as well as birth trauma. Please know this is a heavy episode and you can take your time listening to it or come back to it at a different time. My guest today is vania sukola, RP who is a feminist and trauma therapist and works with client…
 
Content Warning: Anxiety, stigma around medication, pressures to sleep train, intrusive and suicidal thoughts Today’s Guest is Kelley Hassanpour, RN who is the Founder over at Parenting From Within. Kelley experienced postpartum anxiety after the birth of her son. Kelley recognized the symptoms at 13 months postpartum and started her recovery journ…
 
Content Warning: Fertility Challenges, grief and loss Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #8. Today we’re going to talk about Queer fertility journeys and processes. My guest today is Laine Halpern Zisman, PhD, a Toronto-based queer doula who specializes in queer fertility support. She is also a queer culture and communications scholar…
 
Content Warning: Fertility struggles, Intrusive thoughts, anxiety, mention of birth trauma, and grief. Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #7! On today’s episode I interview Sascha, who I met through PSI’s Peer Mentor program last year. Sascha is a mom to her 2-year-old son and lives with her husband in New Jersey. Sascha experienced P…
 
Content Warning: Intrusive thoughts, anxiety and challenges with nursing. Hello and welcome to Perinatal Wellbeing episode #6 today is part 2 of my conversation with Dr. Jodi Pawluski. Jodi is a researcher, neuroscientist, therapist, podcaster, and parent! Jodi is from Canada and currently lives in France with her partner and 2 kids. Jodi researche…
 
Content Warning: Intrusive thoughts, experience of baby in the NICU Today’s guest is Dr. Jodi Pawluski, researcher, neuroscientist, therapist, podcaster, and parent! Jodi is from Canada and currently lives in France with her partner and 2 kids. Jodi studies the Parental brain and you can learn all about it on her website and on her podcast, Mommy B…
 
Content Warning: In this episode we are discussing challenges with nursing and grief and trauma that can be associated with that. I use the word breastfeeding when discussing my own story and I continue to work towards more inclusive language including using either nursing, chest feeding or body feeding. Let’s open up the conversation around nursin…
 
Let’s normalize how hard it is to transition to parenthood! On the podcast today we’re talking about the realities of transitioning to parenthood and that it’s not always filled with joy and elation. Transitioning to parenthood can be very exciting and scary at the same time and can involve grief for our old life. Seeing how others parent online ca…
 
Content Warning: Examples of various type of intrusive thoughts Episode description: On today’s episode we’re going to talk about Intrusive Thoughts in the Perinatal Period. I’m going to share the clinical definition, what this looks like in real-life, when it’s a good idea to ask for help and how to cope with these types of thoughts. I experienced…
 
Content Warning: Intrusive Thoughts, Suicidal Thoughts On today’s episode I share my story of having Postpartum Anxiety and Depression after the birth of my 3rd child. I share the different signs and symptoms that I experienced, what my journey to recovery looked like and how I made meaning from that challenging time. Highlights: My Backstory highl…
 
Sometimes, it seems like everything is difficult or different when you're pregnant, including self-care: so of course massage isn't any different. What sets prenatal massage apart from your regular Swedish massage? Is it really that important that massage studios feel the need to call it out separately, and sometimes price it higher? Perhaps more i…
 
Trying to get enough sleep while pregnant can be... challenging, to say the least. Prenatal insomnia, anxiety, and discomfort don't help. This episode with sleep coach Liz Harden of Little Dipper Wellness is a great resource to help you discover healthier sleep habits for more energetic days and give you some answers for how to sleep comfortably wh…
 
You're all prepared for the baby, but how do you prepare yourself for the post-birth months? When is the right time to resume exercising after giving birth? On this episode, Alexandra DeSiato, co-author of Lifelong Yoga and Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses and co-owner of Whole Mama Yoga, talks about how to get back into exercise after giving birth. …
 
Dealing with unpredictability and work-life-child balance are things all parents struggle with. Add to that constant moves and single parenting while your spouse is deployed, and it can start to feel like too much. In this episode, we're talking to woman of many hats, Brianca Johnson. She's a mother, active duty spouse, veteran, Air Force reservist…
 
Breathing during pregnancy gets tough as baby starts to push on your diaphragm and you get more and more uncomfortable. But breathing (and breathing deeply!) during pregnancy is one of the keys to finding more comfort in your growing body, overcoming anxiety, relaxing your muscles, centering your mind, dealing with nausea, dealing with pain and ext…
 
Pregnancy can be isolating, scary, and overwhelming -- but having a community of people going through the same experience can help in so many ways. And what better place to find a group of pregnant people than in prenatal yoga? Lauren Sacks from Whole Mama Yoga talks about the benefits of prenatal yoga, from the community and support to the yoga it…
 
Mindful eating. Pregnancy cravings. Weight gain, queso fresco, and body image. This episode we're diving into nutrition during pregnancy and how to use intuitive eating to guide your food choices as you nourish both yourself and another human. McKenzie Caldwell, RDN and owner of Feed Your Zest Nutrition and Wellness is here to give you facts about …
 
Today I chat with Kate from https://www.darwinnaturopathics.com about nutrition during pregnancy and postpartum- especially those first 40 days post birth which are crucial for recovery and future health of both mum and baby. If your in Darwin and either pregnant (or planning to be) or postpartum I highly recommend you book an appointment so that s…
 
Today I chat with Greta from Massage for Women Darwin about investing in self care throughout the perinatal period (and beyond) with a focus on the benefits of massage. I could have chatted with Greta for hours, she has so much wisdom to share! But our beds were calling us both! Enjoy! https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/10212885/…
 
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