Perinatal Mood Disorder Care

See your provider without leaving home

While we prefer to meet you in person, in certain circumstances you can speak with our specialist via a virtual visit. Call us for more details at (425) 899-3602.

We work hand-in-hand with mothers and their families to help overcome mental health challenges, such as anxiety and depression, which can occur during pregnancy and postpartum.

We engage our patients in a supportive, compassionate and safe environment, and include them in treatment planning and evidence-based therapies. The process is relatable and accessible.

Call (425) 899-3602 to speak with a registered nurse who can help find the services right for you. Our team is available to answer any of your questions and register you for support services.

Meet our Perinatal Mood Disorder Care Specialist, Patricia Morgan DNP, ARNP

Listen to our podcast, where Patricia details the difference between the baby blues and postpartum depression.

Who benefits from perinatal mood disorder care?

Perinatal mood disorder care is intended to support and serve those who:

  • have a history of perinatal mental health concerns, from preconception up to one year postpartum
  • are experiencing a significant increase in changes to your mood
  • are seeking resources, services and/or support groups
  • have experienced an unexpected outcome: NICU, pregnancy complication, miscarriage, termination, etc.

Support & Resources

Perinatal Support Washington 

This website offers free private support and a professional referral line.  

Call 1.888.404.7763 - leave a message, and a trained volunteer will return your call within twenty-four hours. You can also email them if you prefer.  For more information, visit their website.  

Support Groups – Eastside

This is Not What I Expected

This free drop-in group is a great resource for families who are feeling overwhelmed or who are struggling with the transition to parenthood and would like some extra support.

It is led by an educator and a licensed clinical social worker who are trained to support parents through these challenges and help direct them to resources in our community for coping with postpartum adjustment and mood disorders.

You may want to consider visiting this group if you:

  • Feel overwhelmed
  • Feel anxious or irritable
  • Are having difficulty sleeping
  • Feel alone or isolated and want to connect with other parents who are feeling the same way
  • Feel sad, depressed, or can’t be bothered with any of the things you used to enjoy
  • Are having a hard time feeling connected to your baby
  • Just don’t feel like yourself
  • Would like to learn more about postpartum mood disorders and receive information about resources available in our community

This group meets remotely on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, from 7-9 p.m. For more information, or to get remote access, contact the Healthline at 425.899.3000 or email: