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Mental Health

Individuals & Adolescents of every culture, age, income level and race can develop perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Symptoms of behavior disorders in adolescents can appear seemingly out of nowhere. Symptoms around perinatal can appear any time during pregnancy and the first 12 months after childbirth. There are effective and well-researched treatment options to help you recover. There are several forms of illness that individuals and adolescents may experience:

Symptoms of Perinatal Mood Disorder

Feeling sad or depressed
Feeling irritable or angry with those around you
Having difficulty bonding with your baby
Feeling anxious or panicky
Having problems eating or sleeping
Upsetting thoughts that you can't get out of mind
Feeling out of control or like you're going crazy
Regretting becoming a mom
Worrying about hurting yourself or baby

Symptoms of Eating Disorders

Excessive Exercise
Hiding food & food wrappers
Dramatic weight loss
Extreme mood swings
Preoccupied with weight, food 
Self-starvation, denial of hunger
Binge eating, vomiting/laxatives
Low self-esteem related to body image

Symptoms of Anxiety Disorder  or Depression

Difficulty concentrating or focusing
Rest and sleeplessness
Sudden periods of intense fear or terror
Pounding heart, sweating, trembling 
Changes in appetite/weight
Feeling of impending doom
Panic attacks

Symptoms of Menopausal Imbalances

 Fat storage & excessive weight gain
PMS and painful menstrual cycles
 Loss of libido, painful intercourse
Painful breasts, migraines, acne, cellulite
Night sweats, hot flashes
Mood swings, anxiety, depression
Burn-outs, lack of energy, lack of drive
High levels of stress

We Can Help

With informed care, you can prevent a worsening of these symptoms and can fully recover. It is not necessary to continue to suffer or go it aloneKB & Associates is here to help, when you are ready to take control of your life, 

we are here for you.

Immediate Support

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 


Suicide Prevention Hotline:


National Postpartum Depression Hotline: 

1-800-PPD-MOMS (773-6667)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Helpline