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The Center for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health

Right now, your baby is the most important person in your life — and vice versa. If you’re not happy — if you’re always feeling sad, scared, guilty or anxious, or if you can’t seem to control your thoughts — you and your baby won’t have the positive, bonding experience that every mom and baby deserve.

At the Center for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health, you’ll find a team that understands. Our team members — from psychologists, social workers and other mental health professionals to our nurses and administrative staff — have committed their professional lives to helping moms and families who are struggling with mental health challenges. We can help you find your path to wholeness and a healthy, loving relationship with your baby.

Children and families always come first at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Our Center for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health is crucial to that commitment. We have long known the importance of effective mental health care during pregnancy and after giving birth, especially when a pregnancy is complicated or a baby needs hospital care. We’re not only helping moms and families directly; we’re also educating other healthcare professionals and working to improve mental health care for women and moms for future generations.

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