Category Archives: infant loss

Support for Families After the Death of a Baby

Loosing a baby- whether it be during pregnancy, childbirth, or after is undoubtedly one of the most difficult events that a Mom and family can go through.  We have written about this before, but I was reminded recently of a … Continue reading

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Having a Baby after Infant Loss- The Complicated Mix of Grief and Joy

Loosing a baby at any point is, undoubtedly, one of the more traumatic experiences a parent can endure. Giving birth to a baby following such a loss is, for many women, a very complicated experience- marked by both great joy … Continue reading

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Previous Prenatal Loss and Subsequent Episodes of PPD

The British Journal of Psychiatry recently released a study that explores the role that a Mom’s previous prenatal loss (including miscarriage or stillbirth) has in the development of postpartum depression following the birth of a healthy child.  This is a … Continue reading

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Preterm and Neonatal Loss: An Informative Interview

1.  Please introduce yourself and your work for our readers. My name is Claudine Radford. I currently live and work in San Francisco, and am trained and licensed as a clinical social worker (LCSW) and psychotherapist. My private practice is … Continue reading

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