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Helpful Links

In addition to providing comprehensive and personalized services for my clients, I also post helpful links for site visitors to enjoy and benefit from. Although nothing beats a custom-tailored program, I hope you’ll find these resources helpful.

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Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School 

The Reproductive Psychiatry Information Resource Center was developed as a way of providing critical up-to-date information for patients in the rapidly changing field of women’s mental health.


Perinatal Support Washington (PS-WA)

Our toll-free telephone support line, the "Warm Line", has been operating since 1991, providing peer support to parents in need. We also offer free and low-cost new parent support groups, mental health therapy, and training and consultation for health care providers, and education and advocacy.


Support for Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss

The death of a baby is a life-changing experience. Most parents are not able to satisfactorily grieve the loss of a newborn, or a baby who died during pregnancy. They are expected to put their lives back together and continue with life as if the loss did not occur. This is what society expects us to do. Parents need to grieve their loss. Although, this may seem difficult it is a necessary and natural process. Often the pain we have isn’t known or understood by the people we love and others. P.S. can help.


Swedish Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support

The Day Program is an intensive program expressly designed to address perinatal mood and anxiety disorders that are significantly impacting daily life or attachment with baby.

The Day Program runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On your first day, you will meet with one of the therapists to develop a personalized plan of care to meet your individual needs. Most people attend the Day Program an average of two to three weeks.


Circle of Security Parenting Program

Using the COSP™ model developed by the Circle of Security originators, our trained Facilitators work with parents and care-givers to help them to:

  • Understand their child’s emotional world by learning to read emotional needs

  • Support their child’s ability to successfully manage emotions

  • Enhance the development of their child's self esteem

  • Honor the innate wisdom and desire for their child to be secure

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Early Connections Last A Lifetime

During the first three years of life, emotionally nourishing relationships lay the foundation for lifelong health and well-being. By supporting the caring adults who touch the lives of infants and toddlers, we hope to maximize our long-term impact in ensuring all infants and toddlers have a bright future.


Dr. Marsha Linehan

Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics at the UW

Treatment resources for King and Snohomish counties. Links also provided for DBT therapist or programs outside of Seattle.

Dr Marsha Linehan is the developer of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based psychotherapy that combines behavioral science with mindfulness and acceptance.


Matthew McKay, PhD, Jeffrey C. Wood, PsyD, and Jeffrey Brantley, MD

First developed by Marsha M. Linehan for treating borderline personality disorder, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) has proven effective as treatment for a range of other mental health problems, and can greatly improve your ability to handle distress without losing control and acting destructively. However, to make use of these techniques, you need to build skills in four key areas: distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.

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