Look out for some common symptoms
of Post-Partum Depression

Your “baby blues” don’t get better

Sleeping too much or too little

Feeling sad or crying a lot

Feeling worthless, guilty, or like you are a bad parent

Having thoughts of hurting the baby or yourself

You have trouble making decisions

Not sure about your

How Mannkaa approach help you

Our approach aids in recognizing, comprehending, and modifying thinking and behavioral patterns to assist mothers in altering their emotional states.

We assist in addressing feelings of guilt and normalizing the postpartum experience.

Our therapists equip individuals with emotional regulation tools to foster improved well-being.

Our approach guides individuals in navigating self and societal expectations effectively.

Types of therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT operates on the premise that negative behavior stems from unhelpful and unrealistic thinking patterns. CBT strives to disrupt this cycle by cultivating new, constructive thought patterns that promote positive behavior. For instance, some mothers harbor unrealistic expectations about motherhood and believe they should be flawless. Through CBT, individuals are prompted to recognize these unproductive thoughts and explore avenues for adopting a more positive mindset.

Interpersonal Therapy

Interpersonal therapy (IPT) for postpartum depression entails engaging in discussions with a therapist regarding the challenges you’re facing. The goal is to pinpoint issues in your relationships with family, friends, or partners and explore how they might contribute to feelings of depression. Typically, treatment duration spans 3 to 4 months.

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We tried to answer the most
asked questions for PPD

Does postpartum depression go away on its own? What could happen if I choose not to get professional help? drowp icom

Neglecting postpartum depression might lead to chronic major depression persisting throughout life. Moreover, it can impact your child`s cognitive, behavioral development, and future mental health. Therefore, waiting for postpartum depression to resolve on its own is not advisable. Numerous effective treatments are available to aid in recovery, highlighting the crucial importance of seeking help.

Can I undergo therapy while taking medication for depression?drowp icom

Is it possible for my partner to attend sessions with me at Mannkaa?drowp icom

I’m struggling to find time for therapy sessions. How can I access help for my postpartum depression?drowp icom

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