DATES & TIMES:
Weekly support group. Fridays from 9:45am-10:45am (6 week session)
Call for start Date (310) 998-1981
Do any of these thoughts or feelings sound familiar to you?
- I don’t recognize myself anymore.
- I feel like running away.
- I don’t know if I am capable of being a parent.
- No one will understand.
- I don’t think my baby likes me.
Well-intentioned friends and family members often want to help, but don’t know how. If you or someone you are close to is struggling, please consider attending our weekly support group. This group offers an opportunity to meet and connect with other parents, share your experiences, as well as learn valuable tools and resources.
Connection and community are so important on this journey into parenthood. Let us help you become #postpartumstrong.
Jill Campbell, Psy.D.
Lindsay Gerszt, Producer
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Santa Monica: (310) 998-1981
Dr. Jill Campbell is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in early child development, parenting and women's issues. As an intern at The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Jill worked in their therapeutic nursery school with special-needs preschoolers. Dr. Campbell completed her post-doctoral training at Cedars Sinai Early Childhood Center in Los Angeles. Jill has worked in private practice and for a group pediatric practice in Encino. In addition, for several years Jill facilitated psychotherapy groups for New Directions Eating Disorders Center in Sherman Oaks. Currently Dr. Campbell is the staff psychologist and Mommy & Me curriculum director at The Pump Station & Nurtury®. She provides a variety of services to new mothers and their families including psychotherapy sessions, parenting consultations, support groups and classes.
Lindsay Lipton Gerszt was born and raised in Miami, Florida. In 1997, she graduated with a BA from the University of Miami, where she majored in Communication and Sociology. Because of her love for music and the arts, in 1997, she began her career in Los Angeles at Capital Records. In 1999, she worked at MCA records and in 2003 she worked as a music manager at The Firm. Lindsay had the pleasure of working with, managing and doing PR for some of the biggest artists in the music industry.
In 2007, she stepped back from the music industry to begin her beautiful family. It was at this stage in her life, that she came face to face with postpartum depression. She has now committed herself to raising awareness for PPD, it's many faces and the path to a healthy life and family. Her commitment to PPD has included working on the important documentary...When The Bough Breaks-a documentary about postpartum depression. This work has included fundraising, producing and telling her story, along with helping other women tell their story. This effort has become her passion.