Prenatal Depression and anxiety "what if" thoughts
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Lately, more and more people are buzzing about prenatal depression and anxiety. I find this interesting and exciting being a therapist that this is finally receiving the attention it has needed for years. As, the world begins to slowly reopen we are seeing more and more moms being concerned if it is safe to go out. Which is turn increases depression and anxiety. The "what if" begins to kick in. What can I do when I feel the "what if" kick in.

1. Challenge the thoughts

2. Ask for help

3. Change the thought to a positive thought

4. Breathe. Breathing is a key to gaining control over your "what if" thoughts

Call us today to discuss speaking with a trained Mental Health therapist.


By: Tara Towler Cumby LPC CPCS


We specialize in treating a range of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, addictions,  trauma, motherhood, life changes, Postpartum, child therapy, post traumatic trauma and mood disorders.


Towler Counseling LLC

8046 Roswell Road Suite 101 C Sandy Springs, GA. 30350

Phone: 404-580-7150