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Perinatal Stories Australia

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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 ...
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Studying Perinatal Well-being

Dr. Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo

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Join us as we discuss all things related to studying perinatal well-being. We will release monthly episodes with a different guest each month to discuss relevant topics and get to know the podcast guests! One of the Marcé of North America’s missions is to promote studying perinatal mental health through continued education, research, and encouragement of creativity. We’ll see you here soon! Studying Perinatal Well-being Podcast Disclaimer Statement The information and materials shared in the ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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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OCD had been part of Emma’s life for many years, although she just didn’t know it. Like for so many of us, her life-long OCD wasn’t picked up on until early motherhood, after two miscarriages and the birth of a premature baby during a pandemic lockdown. In Emma’s words, “it awoke the OCD beast.” This is one mother’s poignant story about the pain of…
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Listen to this month’s episode with Adrienne Griffen, who offers strategic recommendations for increasing policy engagement to address perinatal mental health needs. As a national perinatal mental health advocate with more than two decades of experience, Griffen provides listeners with insightful steps to expand on the incredible work of non-profit…
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After experiencing birth trauma and the isolation of becoming a first-time mother during the pandemic, Laura was both excited and determined that her next pregnancy, birth, and postpartum was going to be different. The experience with her daughter, Millie, was going to be her ‘redo’. Unfortunately for Laura, re-experiencing fetal growth restriction…
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After a blissful experience with her first son, it never occurred to Jess that a subsequent pregnancy and postpartum could be any different - until she found out she was pregnant with twins. From real and perceived health complications, Jess’s mental health rapidly declined with every intrusive thought and compulsion that took over her life. The in…
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As a midwife with zero history of mental ill health, Caitlin didn’t expect to develop severe postpartum depression and anxiety at all, let alone after the birth of her second child. She certainly didn’t expect to be wheeled through the same hospital where she worked down to the psychiatric ward for an eight-week admission. And of course she never e…
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Dr. Boyd has expertise in adapting interventions for adolescents and perinatal people, particularly African Americans. Listen to this month’s episode to learn about the innovative strategies deployed by Dr. Boyd to ensure interventions are culturally sensitive and reduce perinatal depressive symptoms, improve parenting, and address suicidal ideatio…
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When Tessa was admitted to a mother-and-baby psychiatric unit during pregnancy, she made her unborn baby a promise that they’d never have to return. Unfortunately, the challenges of early postpartum and the pressures of perfection only compounded until she and her new born son were readmitted to her ‘little safe haven’ the MBU - not once, but twice…
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After her dream physiological labour and birth, Amelia’s world was turned upside by a sudden postpartum haemorrhage that whisked her away from her husband and daughter. From the moment she awoke from the surgery, Amelia was consumed by mania and insomnia. Over the next eight weeks, her postpartum psychosis escalated but Amelia was able to hide most…
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Muchos miembros de la comunidad invierten en atender las necesidades de las comunidades perinatales. Este mes, Xochitl comparte sugerencias perspicaces para involucrar a las mujeres perinatales latinas y de habla hispana y a las comunidades latinas en investigaciones e intervenciones. Xochitl también ofrece a los miembros de la comunidad consejos p…
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This is a story that begins in November 2022 when I received a message from a new mum who wanted nothing more than to change the trajectory of her motherhood story. This is a story about a mum who’d just been diagnosed with depression and anxiety, who was experiencing vivid intrusive thoughts and panic attacks, and who couldn’t stop crying. This is…
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Birth trauma permeated much of Claire’s story and it impacted her mental and physical health in ways she could never have imagined. This was only exacerbated by the border closures and a tumultuous feeding journey. ‘Failure to thrive’ was a label that was applied to her son, but ultimately became a label she applied to herself. In this episode, Cla…
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I really didn't think I'd be back here behind the microphone telling my own story again. I didn't think I'd have anything to share because I had many hopes that things would be different this time. I hoped that I would be different this time. But here we are. For many reasons, for so many of us, pregnancy is not always the most joyful time of our l…
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Increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in perinatal mental health care and research requires a conscious effort at all professional levels. Join us this month to learn why diversity, equity, and inclusion are needed now. Listen to how Dr. Fisher’s research and administrative activities address important gaps in the field. Dr. Fisher is an Asso…
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Helping patients make decisions about treatment during the perinatal period is a critical process for the birth person and their provider. Dr. Simone Vigod, MD, explains how her team developed a patient decision aid. Dr. Vigod also shares the research benefits of large datasets. Dr. Simone Vigod (MD 2003, FRCPC 2009) is a Professor in the Departmen…
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Content Warning: Cancer, death, losing a parent, mention of miscarriage, perinatal loss Description: On today’s episode of the PWO Podcast, Kate Love joins me to share her story of navigating the loss of a parent and becoming a parent herself. Highlights: 1:28 - Kate introduces herself 5:24 - Kate shares her story of her mom’s cancer diagnosis as s…
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When Ashlee entered motherhood, she expected the transition to be easy from her many years of working with children. What she didn’t expect was the severe anxiety she experienced in her first pregnancy or the depression that overshadowed her postpartum. As a perinatal and infant mental health psychologist, she also didn’t expect to miss her own red…
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On today's episode, I am joined once again by Anneke to discuss the stress that the holidays can bring. We chat about the pressures of "the perfect celebrations," the weight of capitalism on gift-giving, and the unique mental load parents carry during the season. Highlights: 2:03 - Anneke's experience with celebrating holidays 6:47 - Capitalism and…
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With a background in child development psychology and extensive experience working with thousands of babies, Siobhan was, what she thought, going to be off to a running start in motherhood. That was until she was confronted by a traumatic birth and intense sleep deprivation at the height of the pandemic lockdowns. Siobhan’s sense of self was challe…
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Content Warning: suicidal ideation, CAS involvement Episode description: On today’s episode I am talking with Elaine about the often unspoken challenges of parenting with a disability. From discovering her pregnancy at seven months to confronting societal stereotypes and medical assumptions, Elaine's story is a testament to resilience and the power…
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Este mes, discutimos la investigación específica del sexo y el papel del sexismo en la salud mental perinatal con la Dra. Blanca Bolea-Alamanac. Escuche las perspicaces observaciones y hallazgos que la Dra. Bolea-Alamanac ha realizado utilizando grandes conjuntos de datos y a través de su programa de radio en español ofrecido en Toronto, Ontario. L…
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This month, we kick off the Spanish language MONA podcast with Dr. Jorge Osma, PhD, president of the Marcé of Spain. (MARES https://marcesociety.com/regional-groups/spanish-marce-society/). If you want to brush up on your Spanish or are proficient, you’ll enjoy this podcast! Dr. Osma shares useful tips for conducting online studies with perinatal p…
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‘Are you feeding your baby?’ These are the words that confronted ICU nurse, Elyse, at a week postpartum when she was told her newborn son was starving, despite her strict three-hour feeding regime. In her words, a diagnosis of insufficient glandular tissue (IGT) or breast hyperplasia caused her world to fall apart. For weeks, Elyse tried everything…
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Content Warning: c-section, medical procedures, swearing, rage, mental illness On today’s episode I am talking with Amanda Gurman who hosts the podcast Honest as a Mother, about her introduction to motherhood and the impact on her mental health. Amanda shares honestly and openly about her experiences with postpartum anxiety, depression and rage as …
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In this episode, I’m joined by Gemma - a recovering perfectionist, accredited social worker, perinatal counsellor, podcast host of @postpartumlikeaboss, and mum-of-two. From the moment she fell pregnant, Gemma experienced an immediate sense of identity loss and anxiety that lasted until postpartum. While the anxiety and unknowns disappeared after b…
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On today’s special bonus episode of the Perinatal Wellbeing Podcast, I am thrilled to be joined by a panel of amazing guests, including Anneke Van Den Berg, Gabrielle Griffith, Laine Halpern Zisman, Lisette Weber, and Olivia Scobie. Together for this roundtable discussion, we delve into our pivotal roles in supporting our local communities across O…
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Please donate to the Climb here https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/healthy-start-healthy-future-inc/p2p/COTDCanada/team/team-ontario-virtual/ Episode Description: Today’s episode is a special one for PWO’s Climb Out of the Darkness fundraising event. On these 2 bonus episodes we are going to talk about accessing different types of supports in…
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Please donate to the Climb here https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/healthy-start-healthy-future-inc/p2p/COTDCanada/team/team-ontario-virtual/ Description: Today’s episode is a special one for PWO’s Climb Out of the Darkness fundraising event. On these 2 bonus episodes we are going to talk about accessing different types of supports in the Per…
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When Sarah was discharged from the mother-and-baby psychiatric hospital, she felt both refreshed and proud. Her recovery from postpartum anxiety and OCD became a badge of honour. But that wasn’t the end of Sarah’s story with maternal mental ill health. Severe depression, a medication change, a presentation to the emergency department, and a second …
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We’re all familiar with the adage ‘healing isn’t linear’ but we don’t often talk about the way a non-linear recovery ambushes the way we see, and feel about, ourselves. This attack on her perceived sense of self is something Sarah was continuously forced to confront with every lapse that she encountered on her recovery from postpartum anxiety, OCD,…
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Listen to this month’s Studying Perinatal Well-being interview with Dr. Payne, the Vice Chair of Research in the Psychiatry Department and Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia. Dr. Payne established the Reproductive Psychiatry Research Program at the University of Virginia. Dr. Payne is the current MONA…
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Gabriella Carafa, MSW, PMH-C is a social worker, psychotherapist and consultant working with people in the perinatal period experiencing mental health issues as well as parents with disabilities. Gabriella welcomed her daughter 2 years ago and then at 3.5 months postpartum lost her sister to an opiate overdose. Gabriella shares her story of love an…
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Monique’s birth may have been quick, but its complications and long-term impacts were anything but. From a 3rd degree tear, prolapse, severe postpartum haemorrhage, a full levator avulsion on the right and a partial levator avulsion on the left, a near death experience, and a stay in the ICU, she paints a picture of the pain from her birth trauma a…
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Content Warning: Medical procedures, c-section procedures, physical functions, swearing, gendered language, poop talk, swearing To say that I’m excited for today’s episode would be an understatement. This is my dream episode because I just want to be real about the physical changes that come with pregnancy, birth and post birth. I love real talk an…
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Content Warning: fat phobia, labour interventions, COVID delivery, birth trauma, post-birth hemorrhage On today’s episode, Chelsey Creed shares her experience of having her first baby as a plus size person and the fat phobia she faced from her midwife. Chelsey’s experience is so relatable in that a lot of gestational parents face fat phobia in thei…
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Content Warning: Birth Trauma, Trauma responses, mention of c-section, medical procedures Jen Gillean and Emma Fernando are the co-facilitators of Birth Trauma Ottawa. After connecting for the first time in 2017 at a birth trauma retreat, it was clear that they shared a similar passion to spread the word, provide resources and support those that ha…
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Discover the inspiring story of Dr. Katherine Wisner. Explore how Dr. Wisner convened a group of perinatal specialists at the historic Perinatal Mental Health Conference in Chicago, IL, leading to the creation of the Marcé of North America, also known as MONA. You will also hear about Dr. Wisner’s critical work addressing the needs of perinatal wom…
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As a psychologist, Gen was familiar with psychiatric wards, but with no history of mental ill health or any risk factors she certainly never expected to be on the ‘other side’ - admitted as a patient to an acute ward shortly after the birth of her son, Arlo. Following a relatively smooth pregnancy and delivery, Gen’s early postpartum was fraught wi…
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On today’s episode Lorraine Lowry talks about how her symptoms of ADHD and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) show up and impact her parenting. Lorraine is 3 years postpartum and was recently diagnosed with ADHD. Lorraine was also diagnosed with BPD after her son was born. Lorraine shares that “it’s been a whirlwind learning who I am while tryin…
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With a history of anxiety and depression, Jess and her care team went into pregnancy with a plan to protect her mental health during postpartum. Unfortunately, serious and sudden medical diagnoses for her son, Jasper, immediately after birth meant Jess’s mental health was neglected amongst relentless surgeries, a two-month NICU admission, and full-…
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Content Warning: C-section delivery, NICU stay, delivery during COVID, guilt, anxiety 🎙️Today’s episode is part 2 of Ashley and Adam’s story and their experience of staying in the NICU with one twin. Be sure to listen to last week’s episode where they discussed their journey to parenthood through a fertility journey. Ashley and Adam talk about the …
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Content Warning: Fertility challenges, fertility treatments, c-section delivery On today’s episode, Ashley and Adam share their journey to becoming parents. It started with fertility challenges that they faced head on despite the many ups and downs they experienced. Ashley and Adam very candidly share about their fertility testing and treatments in…
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Content Warning: trauma, NICU stay, c-section, anxiety, challenges with nursing, grief Sydney shares her story of having her first baby and experiencing a NICU stay with him. Sydney talks honestly and openly about the challenges she faced when welcoming her baby into the world. Sydney discusses the delivery, the experience of baby going to the NICU…
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Content warning: Labour and delivery story, cervical checks, induction, post-delivery, placenta delivery and being stitched, medical issues, baby in special care unit On today’s podcast episode Morgan Fancy, MA, RP she/her, shares her story of welcoming her little one into her family. I love hearing birth stories and people’s experiences of bringin…
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Between a PCOS diagnosis, fertility struggles, and several rounds of IVF, it was not easy for Emma to bring her three boys into the world. Unfortunately, trying to conceive was only part of the mental and emotional battles she faced. Serious health complications in pregnancy, antenatal anxiety, guilt about not loving pregnancy, and a traumatic birt…
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When mum-of-two and mental health peer worker, Taegan, was first diagnosed with bipolar mood disorder, she didn’t believe motherhood and her mental illness would mix. So in the lead up to starting a family, Taegan spent years preparing, learning, getting second opinions, asking questions, and researching - everything she thought to best navigate mo…
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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 addiction’s counsellor. Katie was fully pregnant as a gestational carrier and went on maternity leave a few days later. Katie shared her story of being a gestational carrier in season 1 so che…
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Like many mothers, Sarah from The Pesky Placenta Society struggled to decipher whether her pregnancy symptoms were ‘normal’ or something more sinister. But with a pre-existing chronic illness, Sarah also had to confront her complicated relationship with health anxiety. Unfortunately, the concerns she raised were proven to be more than ‘just anxiety…
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On today’s episode we have Alesha Thomas from Adaptive Parent Project talking about parenting with a disability. Adaptive Parent Project is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering parents with disabilities. Alesha is currently working on a provider list of healthcare providers that have experience working with people with disabilities in California. Al…
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As Jade says, she has never shied away from sharing uncomfortable stories, and her story of bringing a baby earthside is no exception. While the birth of her daughter, River, seemingly gave her the ‘happy ending’ she so desperately wanted, her journey with uncomfortable stories did not end there. Instead of the new-born bubble she envisioned for so…
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As someone who had never experienced mental ill health, the bubbly and outgoing Nikolina was confronted by the sudden onset of perinatal depression and anxiety within her first few weeks of motherhood. From crying for no reason to not being able to sleep, her PNDA symptoms hit very hard and very fast. Nikolina pushed through these symptoms for week…
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