Support in pregnancy after loss

Many couples and individuals use therapy to manage the uncertainty, anxiety, and atypical bonding and relating that can occur in the pregnancy after a miscarriage or stillbirth.  Social pressure to feel joyful and fully optimistic about a pregnancy after loss can leave many couples feeling isolated and misunderstood.  Anxiety and urges to control can detract from the daily lives of women and couples pregnant after loss.

Working with a specialized therapist offers parents confidential release, non-judgmental evaluation, and interventions for anxiety or distress tailored to this specific type of extreme loss.