New Study Calls For Depression Screening For Pregnant Moms
Becoming pregnant and giving birth is a joyous time for many women. And yet, many suffer from serious depression during pregnancy and after birth. Now, the federal government is recommending that pregnant women and new mothers get screened for depression.
- Kim Vandegeest-Wallace is a psychologist and sex therapist with the Women’s Specialty Clinic at KU Med.
- Jane McKinney a licensed social worker with the Lakewood Counseling Service.