Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) are the #1 medical complication of childbirth.

1 in 5 women will experience a Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder during pregnancy and/or within the first year postpartum.

When we talk about maternal mental health, the first (and often only) thing that comes to mind is Postpartum Depression. But in addition to that, women can also experience: Prenatal/ postpartum depression, prenatal/postpartum anxiety, prenatal/postpartum OCD, postpartum post traumatic stress disorder, birth trauma, postpartum onset of bipolar disorder, and postpartum psychosis. These diagnoses can sound intimidating and foreign. You don’t need to think you have a PMAD to get help.

If you feel like something is just not right, if you’re not feeling like yourself, you can benefit from a little extra support. We all can!

I am a licensed clinical social worker and have completed a Perinatal Mental Health Training through Postpartum Support International, as well as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training through RUIS McGill. I draw from my work with perinatal families in the hospital setting, my work with families under youth protection, and my own motherhood journey to support families and women during pregnancy and postpartum as they transition into life as parents.  I work from a collaborative and strength-based approach to empower mothers and use evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy to help clients navigate the emotions and changes in the pregnancy and postpartum period.

Isolation and lack of support are two of the main causes of perinatal mood disorders. The perinatal period can feel lonely, overwhelming, and scary.

You are not alone.

With help you will get better.

During these sessions we will work on giving you the tools and skills to manage pregnancy, birth, the postpartum period, and motherhood. Having a child is the life-event that requires the most adaptation. Talking about your experience and adjustment to parenthood is extremely helpful and healing for new parents.


The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that it exists. Recognizing that you need help and seeking it is half the work. Be proud of yourself for getting this far!

Please email me at to book a session or a free phone consultation.


  • 15 minute phone consultation – Free
  • 30 minute session (in person/virtual) – $65
  • 60 minute session (in person/virtual) – $130
  • Home visit – $150

Does your insurance cover our sessions?

I am a clinical social worker and a registered member of the Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec. Check with your insurance provider to see if they cover these sessions. Most insurances do cover counselling with social workers.


I work virtually and will meet with you on Teams. I also come to your home or a location of your choice if you rather meet in person.