The following care providers have demonstrated a special interest in treating and serving women experiencing postpartum adjustment issues including depression and anxiety (PPD and PPD/A). Because the Baby Blues Connection cannot recommend any specific intervention we suggest you call the provider and discuss your exact needs and concerns.
- Wildwood Psychiatric Resource Center, P.C.
Main Office 503-629-2131
16110 SW Regatta Ln.
Beaverton, OR 97006
Rita Hill, RN PsyD 503-690-0306
Ann Howard, MD 503-690-8606
Marcia Kahn, MD 503-645-9444
Glenda Peterson, MN, PMHNP 503-645-8216
Individual, group, and family treatment programs, including comprehensive evaluations, educational materials, classes, plus medical and non-medical interventions.
- Diane N. Solomon, PMHNP, CNM
833 SW 11th Ave., Suite 925
Portland, OR 97205
Offers psychiatric evaluation and treatment, including specialized interest in pregnancy and postpartum issues.
Dale Norma Oller, MD
5319 S.W. Westgate Dr., Ste 107
Portland, OR 97221
Evaluation, medications, and relational psychotherapy for adult women. Special interest in pregnancy, postpartum and prescribing medications during these times. Cognitive Behavioral Group therapy for OCD pregnant or postpartum women (and their partners). Communicate with Midwives, OB’s and Pediatricians.
Carol R. Stampfer FNP, PMHNP
833 SW 11th Ave. #620
Portland, Oregon 97205
Evaluations, psychiatric medication management and psychotherapy for men and women. Special interests in prenatal and postpartum adjustment issues, ADHD, anxiety and adolescent/young adult emotional challenges. Psychotherapy is based in a biologic, family structure and cognitive behavioral theories. I also teach mindfulness skills.
Mary Welch, PMHNP
Portland, OR 503-504-2157
Wise Counsel and Comfort
423 NE 60th Ave
Portland, OR 97213
I provide psychiatric assessments, medication management, and counseling services. I work collaboratively with women and families. My goal is to provide women with as much education and support as needed to make informed decisions. I can provide flexible services including telephone visits.
Kathleen Kelley, PMHNP
5319 SW Westgate Dr. Suite 107
Portland, Oregon 97221
Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), with advanced training in psychotherapy and medication management. Individualized and holistic approach to both psychotherapy and medications. Therapy is relationship-based, and draws from supportive, psychodynamic, and cognitively based traditions. I am also able to provide medication management for clients who are currently receiving therapy from another provider.
Colby Rauch, PMHNP, LLC
Individual Counseling and Medication Management
516 SE Morrison St., Suite 705
Portland, OR 97214
I believe that psychiatric medications are most effective when used in conjunction with counseling. I provide individual counseling as well as medication management. I am happy to see clients who are actively engaged in therapy with another provider, and I will make every effort to coordinate care with your therapist. I particularly enjoy long-term relationship-based therapy and I am interested in working closely with therapists who perform this type of counseling.
Psychological Service Center of Pacific University
511 SW 10th Ave., Suite 400
Portland, OR 97205
Individual and group counseling dealing with depressive and anxiety disorders, as well as medication evaluation with psychiatric nurse practitioner for those actively involved in psychotherapy. Sliding fee scale available for all services.
Prevention and treatment services offered to families, children and adults –from physician and social services providers. Call to schedule an appointment.
OHSU Behavioral Health Clinic
621 SW Alder St., Suite 520
Portland, OR 97205
Individual and group counseling and medication management. Sliding fee scale available for Multnomah County residents.
Dena K. Drasin, MD
SE 28th Ave.
Portland, OR 97202
Child psychiatrist providing care to mothers and children using trauma touch therapy, which helps patients follow body sensations and regain a feeling of aliveness.
If you are aware of a resource for mothers with PPD or PPD/A that is not listed here, or if a current listing needs updating, please Contact Us.