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Outpatient Women’s Clinic provides service to women who have symptoms of mental illness related to the perinatal period (pregnancy and postpartum), pre-menstrual mood symptoms, and menopause
The Reproductive Life Stages program in the Department of Psychiatry provides assessment and short-term treatment for women experiencing new or recurrent mental health problems during the reproductive life stages (menstrual cycle, pregnancy, postpartum and the menopausal transition). Including:
Trauma related disorders
Our interprofessional team works with a trauma-informed lens and we are actively engaged in establishing anti-oppressive practices. We welcome gender diverse individuals.
MOTHER MATTERS is an 8-week online support group run by the Mental Health Program at Women’s College Hospital. It will take place on a confidential discussion board, giving you the opportunity to share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences, while learning from and supporting other mothers. Each week a new topic will be explored, relating to issues that commonly emerge during the first year of life with a new baby.
The Perinatal Mental Health Program provides assessment and treatment for women who are under the care of a Mount Sinai Hospital medical provider or who have delivered at Sinai within the past 12 months. Our program offers consultation with a perinatal psychiatrist, as well as group therapy options. If you have any questions, please contact our program assistant at 416-586-4800 ext. 8325.
Michael Garron Hospital partners with Toronto Public Health and community partners in offering access to a variety of supports to parents anytime during pregnancy or after birth. Programs can be accessed through Toronto Public Health at 416-338-7600.
The MGH program is designed for women that have recently given birth or have adopted a child and are experiencing episodes of postpartum adjustment. To book an appointment call 416-469-7608.
The Women's Mood and Anxiety Clinic: Reproductive Transitions specializes in mood and anxiety disorders that women can experience across the lifespan — especially during pregnancy, postpartum, perimenopause and postmenopause.
As the clinic is evolving, currently we are focusing on the assessment and treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We have expertise in the use of both psychotropic medication and psychotherapy during pregnancy and postpartum. Both outpatient and inpatient services are provided.
Based out of two Toronto hospitals, our Fathers’ Mental Health Program provides in-person and virtual psychiatric assessment, recommendations and treatment to men in Ontario. We specialize in providing care to men who are expectant fathers, new fathers, or fathers of young children. We also assess men who have experienced a pregnancy/infant loss. For more information about our program please see below. To access this program at Mount Sinai Hospital or St. Joseph’s Health Centre – Toronto, please select your location and have your doctor complete and fax a referral from. For more information on fathers’ mental health matters please follow us on twitter or Instagram @DrSadDad or email us at email@example.com
The Women's Reproductive Mental Health Program at Trillium Health Partners provides assessment, consultation and treatment for women experiencing emotional or mental health issues during pregnancy or afterwards. If this is happening to you, you are not alone—10-15% of women experience pregnancy-related mood disorders, and one in five mothers will experience depression and/or anxiety after giving birth. If you are experiencing any of these issues, we are here to help.
Our goal is to ensure effective and efficient treatment for women affected by perinatal mood disorders to improve the quality of life for them and their families.
Making Doulas accessible. As you navigate your reproductive journey, questions and uncertainties may arise. Birth Mark guides you with the information needed to help you feel supported and informed. We provide one-on-one, nonjudgemental and unbiased support.
We are a judgement free space that offers evidenced based prenatal, birthing, postpartum, parenting and feeding information to allow you to make informed decisions throughout your parenting journey.
They offer free classes and workshops.