Susan Stone, who heads up the Presidential Advisory Council of Postpartum Support International, has written two pieces on therapy for postpartum depression and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders that will be very helpful to women who are interested in reaching out for therapy but don’t know who can help or how it works.

The first, Postpartum Depression Therapy: Who Can Help Me and How?, goes into the types of healthcare providers who can offer therapy and the kinds of therapy approaches they use.

The second, Postpartum Depression: Questions to Think About When Seeking Therapy, offers a list of questions you can consider in advance and bring in to your therapist when choosing who to see.

For more on this, you might check out:

5 Common Concerns About Therapy for Postpartum Depression

How Does Psychotherapy for Postpartum Depression Work Anyway?