Redleaf Outpatient Clinic
Redleaf Outpatient Clinic
Mental Health and Parenting Support
Outpatient mental health and parenting support, and integrative reproductive mental health care for individuals considering pregnancy, currently pregnant, or parenting a child ages 0-5 years.
Need help? Call the HopeLine or fill out our Referral Form. This form can be filled out by anyone; a doctor or provider referral is not required.
Integrative Reproductive Psychiatry Services
This specialty clinic offers mental health support for individuals with mood, anxiety, or trauma-related disorders who are considering pregnancy (preconception planning), currently pregnant, or parenting a child ages 0-5 years.
Our team of reproductive and perinatal psychiatrists support people to make decisions about how to take care of their mental health during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or parenting young children. This specialized field of psychiatry is called Perinatal Psychiatry, or Reproductive Psychiatry.
Our treatment is grounded in the latest evidence-based research about use of medication during and after pregnancy, and also in partnership with patients and families who are working hard to take care of themselves and their baby or children.
Mother-Baby Connections Group
The Mother-Baby Connections group provides weekly group therapy and parenting support for pregnant individuals and mothers of children ages 0-5 years. This group meets once per week for 1.5 hours and babies up to 12 months can attend with their mothers. Most people attend for 8 weeks.
A Whole Person Approach
We believe that healing is possible and that addressing emotional distress is more than medicating symptoms. We promote an integrative, trauma-healing, and multi-generational framework to foster self-regulation and executive function, improve parent capacity, and cultivate supportive relationships.
We use a whole-person approach that encourages patients to consider how movement, nutrition, connection, purpose, psychotherapy, and sometimes psychiatric medication, can relieve suffering and foster emotional wellbeing.
We will weigh the potential risks and benefits of using medication during pregnancy and breastfeeding with the risks of un/undertreated psychiatric conditions. We will partner on a plan for healing together and continue to evaluate and adjust the plan as needed throughout a pregnancy or the early years of parenting.
Our staff will listen and guide you to the right support — either at the Mother-Baby HopeLine or in your community.
Mother-Baby Day Hospital
Pregnant individuals and mothers receive mental health treatment 20 hours per week
Perinatal Outpatient Program (POP)
Pregnant individuals and mothers receive 6 hours of mental health treatment per week