Pec Indman EdD, MFT
Women’s Mental Health
Counseling, Consultation & Training
408-255-1730 [email protected]
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1475 Saratoga Ave. #140
San Jose, CA. 95129
She is the co-author of the award-winning book, Beyond the Blues, Understanding and Treating
Prenatal and Postpartum Depression & Anxiety.
The award winning book used by thousands of moms, families, and professionals all over the world.
Recommended by United States Dept. of Health and Human Services.
I have created this website to educate you about Prenatal and Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, common, but
Education is power, which will lead you to the right kind of treatment.
Treatment works; depression and anxiety in pregnancy and postpartum are VERY TREATABLE.
No one deserves to suffer.
“Thanks so much for your help during my difficult pregnancy. Your expertise and compassion helped me weather a tough period. Now I have a wonderful daughter and she has a healthy mom.” CM
“I just wanted to thank you again for our sessions which helped tremendously. I now know that there is understanding help out there available if I need it in the future. Your warm, calm, nurturing, and friendly style are perfect for your profession.” KP
Pec meets actress Patty Duke when they both spoke at a recent suicide prevention conference. Patty got a copy of Beyond the Blues and the PSI DVD.
Pec Indman is a internationally recognized expert in the field of
mental health related to pregnancy and postpartum. She works with
clients experiencing fertility challenges, pregnancy loss, depression
and anxiety during pregnancy or postpartum. She has a private
psychotherapy (counseling) practice in San Jose specializing in
treatment of depression, anxiety and mood disorders that occur when
- Pregnant or during the prenatal stage
- Postpartum-the first year after the baby is born
- While planning a pregnancy or attempting to become pregnant
- Faced with fertility challenges
- Grieving a loss during pregnancy or soon after
- Dealing with a premature or ill baby
Dr. Indman is the Chairperson of the Education and Training Committee of Postpartum Support International (www.postpartum.net) and speaks all over the world. As an invited participant, she contributes to several federally funded programs on the topic of pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders.
at the Postpartum Support International/Marce society conference
10/2010 in Pittsburgh, PA. Women’s Mental Health specialists from over
32 countries were represented and presented the most current research in
Pec taught PSI’s one day training. Meg Spinelli MD, Columbia University NY, Pec, John Cox MD, England, co-author of the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS), Wendy Davis PhD, Exec. Director Postpartum Support International., Birdie Meyer RN, MA, past-president PSI.
Karen Hench RN: Interim Director, US Public Health Service, Division of Healthy Start and Perinatal Services, Pec, Juliann DeStefano RN, MPH and Johannie Escarne MPH, Senior Public Health Analysts, Maternal & Child Health Bureau, Division of Healthy Start and Perinatal Services.
Presentations on maternal mental health to Healthy Start Programs from all over the US, May 19-20, 2011 in Washington DC.
News from ACOG!
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology initiative educates about prenatal and postpartum depression.