Women's Behavioral Medicine
COVID-19 Preparedness and Response
Safety is our top priority
We want to assure you that the we are here for you. While the coronavirus has changed much of our daily lives, one thing that has remained constant is our commitment to providing you with the best, safest care possible.
At the Women's Medicine Collaborative, your safety is our top priority. We recognize that this is a time of many questions and concerns. Our Women’s Medicine care team is here to support you. We also know completing a treatment plan is associated with the best outcomes for patients. That is why we worked closely with our infection prevention and infectious diseases teams to be able to provide the care you need in a safe environment.
Specialized, Personal Help for Women
Women's Behavioral Medicine at the Women's Medicine Collaborative offers specialized, personal help for a wide range of behavioral health issues exclusive to women, including:
- Mood and anxiety disorders during pregnancy and postpartum
- Pregnancy loss
- Mood and anxiety disorders related to the menstrual cycle and menopausal transition
Our highly experienced, all-woman staff sees women 18 years and older on an outpatient basis. Our team approach to care and specialized behavioral health training gives us the expertise to successfully diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of psychiatric conditions during a woman's life cycle.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
Women's Behavioral Medicine offers a program in mindfulness-based stress reduction. This eight-week program is designed to help women navigate daily stressors and meet life's challenges with greater ease and balance of mind, body and spirit.
Circle of Moms
We invite women up to 6 months postpartum to attend our Circle of Moms psychotherapy group. Our goal is to help moms cope with the emotional challenges of transitioning to motherhood. The group is led by Joanna MacLean, MD.
Circle of Moms is held on Wednesdays from 11:00 am – 12:00 noon at the Women’s Medicine Collaborative, 2nd Floor, Suite 1-G. You may bring your baby. (Please no toddlers/children over 1 year old.) Please call 793-7020 for more information, eligibility, and to coordinate insurance coverage.
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