Kim Richardson is a postpartum psychotherapist who has helped countless new mothers get back on their feet after struggling to adjust to a new baby.
She specializes in diagnosing and treating postpartum depression. More often though, she helps mothers who are really struggling to adjust to new motherhood. Kim has counseled mothers through difficult times – miscarriage, loss, fertility treatment, adoption, egg donor conception and mothering a child with special needs. Often, it is sleep disruption, sibling problems and bonding concerns that bring mothers to her site desperately looking for support and guidance. Sometimes, it is simply worry, sadness or scary thoughts that make no sense, that parents need help with.
Since 2001, Kim Richardson has helped many overwhelmed, sad and worried moms.
If you want to feel like yourself again, please ask for help.
Kim approaches all her clients with the immediate short-term goal of relieving your troubling symptoms and improving your current situation. Focused crisis counseling is a very effective (and evidence-based method) to bring you the relief you need to think calmly and clearly, make good choices and begin to feel in control of your life again.
Feel free to call and let Kim answer your queries and concerns.