Resources for Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression Books
WellMama offer numerous resources for families struggling with emotions related to reproductive events. Simply call our hotline at 1-800-896-0410 for support and referrals. The following pregnancy and postpartum depression books may be helpful to you.
Bennett, S.S. (2007). Postpartum depression for dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing Inc.
Bennett, S.S. (2009). Pregnant on Prozac. The essential guide to making the best decisions for you and your baby. The Globe Pequot Press: Guilford, CT.
Bennett, S.S., & Indman, P. (2006). Beyond the blues: A guide to understanding and treating prenatal and postpartum depression. San Jose, CA: Moodswings Press.
Kleiman, K. (2000). The postpartum husband. Practical solutions for living with postpartum depression. www.Xlibris.com: Xlibris Corporation.
Kleiman, K. (2005). What am I thinking? Having a baby after postpartum depression. www.Xlibris.com: Xlibris Corporation.
Kleiman, K. (2009). Therapy and the postpartum woman. Notes on Healing Postpartum Depression for Clinicians and the Women Who Seek Their Help. New York, NY: Routledge.
Poulin, S. (2006). The mother-to-mother postpartum depression support book. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Trade.
Rosenberg, D.G. & Miller, M.S. (2003). The new mom’s companion. Care for yourself while you care for your newborn. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Rosenberg, R., Greening, D., & Windell, J. (2003). Conquering postpartum depression. Perseus Publishing.
Shields, B. (2005). Down came the rain. My journey through postpartum depression. New York, NY: Hyperion.
Sichel, D., & Driscoll, J.W. (1999). Women’s moods: What every woman must know about hormones, the brain, and emotional health. NY: HarperCollins.
Stone, S.D., & Menken A.E. (2008). Perinatal and postpartum mood disorders: Perspectives and treatment guide for the health care practitioner. Springer Publishing, NY.