Happy Endings, New Beginnings by Susan Benjamin Feingold
Navigating Postpartum Disorders

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What do Princess Diana, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooke Shields, and Mary Jo Codey all have in common with 950,000 other women in the U.S. each year? They all have suffered from postpartum depression, a disabling mental health syndrome.

In Happy Endings, New Beginnings, Dr. Feingold presents her unique approach for navigating the journey through postpartum disorders. Guiding women through the challenges, feelings and distressing symptoms, she leads them to a new view of the postpartum experience and how to make it a positive, life-changing event. Here is an inspirational book filled with fascinating true stories of women Dr. Feingold has coached through post-birth disorders to take control of their new lives and find lasting fulfillment, as she did in her own life. It also provides a new perspective for therapists and other health professionals treating women during this critical period.

About Susan Benjamin Feingold

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Susan Benjamin Feingold is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of antepartum and postpartum depression and anxiety disorders, as well as mental health issues relating to reproductive functions. In addition to her private practice she is a professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL. A past board president of Depression After Delivery, she has provided continuing education to nurses, physicians, medical students, midwives and social workers as well as facilitating support groups. She has been frequently interviewed by The Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, People Magazine, Self, and the APA Monitor and featured on Channel 7 TV News Report, WTTW Chicago Tonight with Phil Ponce and Fox News. Dr. Feingold resides in Highland Park, IL.
Published February 18, 2013 by New Horizon Press. 242 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Published studies report that postpartum depression (PPD) affects between five to 25 percent of all mothers. Feingold—a clinical psychologist specializing in antepartum and postpartum depression as well as a former PPD sufferer—offers a message of hope and encouragement for these women. In additi...

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