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April 08, 2014

Postpartum Depression: Finding Relief
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On this week’s episode of Healing Conversations with Camishe Nunley, featured guest Beth Goodrich shares her expertise on postpartum psychiatric disorders, how a lack of information can keep women from getting help for postpartum depression and anxiety, and her assurances that recovery is possible.
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Healing Conversations: Postpartum Depression

Have you struggled with perinatal mental illness? What kinds of help for postpartum depression and anxiety have been most effective? We will talk about those topics and more in our conversation with Beth Goodrich regarding postpartum depression.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Beth Willhouse-Goodrich
Beth earned her Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Bulter University. After dedicating 3 years of her career working as an Executive at FSSA, Beth is now transitioning to doing more of the work she loves providing psychological treatment. Her education, training and experience has taught her many theoretical approaches of which she embraces Cognitive Behavioral Therapy the most. Beth believes in individualizing therapy and adapts her theoretical approach to the individual and situation. Beth believes in providing a comfortable, compassionate, non-judgmental environment where clients can feel safe sharing their feelings and experiences. Beth is also committed to providing support group work for the Cancer Support Community of Indianapolis.

Beth has previous experience working for Non-profits and Domestic Violence Agencies. She has also worked in hospital settings training staff the importance of using empathy, compassion and non-judgmental approaches to interviewing victims of abuse. Another passionate area of practice for Beth is public speaking on mental health topics. She is currently working on developing a program for Postpartum Depression with Healing Hidden Hurts.