There is HOPE.
For help, call
513-536-HOPE (4673)
.

Contact Us for more information.


 
Appropriate Patients

The Women’s Mental Health Program serves adult women age 18 and older who may be experiencing:
  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (psychiatric symptoms related to the menstrual cycle)
  • Hormonal contraceptives and psychiatric medication interactions
  • Psychiatric symptoms associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Pre-conception mental health concerns (effect of mental illness and/or psychiatric medications on pregnancy)
  • Psychiatric illness during pregnancy
  • Postpartum depression and other psychiatric disorders
  • Psychiatric medication usage during lactation
  • Psychiatric complications of fertility treatment and the psychological impact of infertility
  • Psychological impact of pregnancy loss
  • Psychiatric symptoms associated with menopause and the interplay between psychological and physiological symptoms in menopause
  • Hormone replacement Therapy (HRT) and psychiatric medication interactions
  • Psychosocial stressors affecting women at all ages such as pregnancy, motherhood, balancing work and family, relationships, loss of a child or loved one, aging parents, empty nest syndrome and self-image issues