Aug 1, 2016
Liz Brown shared her story of depression and anxiety during pregnancy, her struggle with finding the support she needed and trying to decide if she would take medication that had been prescribed for her. This is a story that a lot of mothers can relate to…
Liz is a writer and former social worker specializing in emergency mental health. She holds an MSW from UCLA and was recently published on Vice.com for her memoir piece about pregnancy depression entitled: "What It's Like to Be Pregnant, Depressed, and Scared of Pills."
Topics discussed: Pregnancy depression, pregnancy anxiety, medication, guilt, alarming article headlines “Internalized stigma of being pregnant and depressed”
Check in soon to @thelizbrownshow on twitter to find more information about Liz’s upcoming blog on pregnancy mental health.