We believe that every mom deserves more postpartum support.

Who We Are

Powerful Postpartum Support Group is a free peer to peer group for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, such as depression in pregnancy, postpartum depression, postpartum OCD, postpartum PTSD, and postpartum anxiety. Our facilitators do not have medical training and this group does not replace medical treatment or therapy. When in doubt talk to your doctor or therapist.

The current group facilitators are Karen Phippen and Dezarae Weyburn (the New Rhythm Doulas) along with Hannah Kidd, another local business owner.

When and Where

This group meets at My Family Birth Center on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM (exceptions: June we run the local Climb Out of the Darkness, and for November and December: we combine and do a winter social). We discuss a variety of topics, including postpartum sex and intimacy, creating boundaries, therapy options, and common symptoms. These groups are open to any new or expectant mother that could use additional support. We ask that all group discussions remain private.

Information for our April meeting here.

Details about upcoming meetings coming soon.

Local Resources

Free/Low Cost Options

Clinics

Family Counseling Services of Northern Utah(Ogden and Clearfield)

The Family Support Center (Taylorsville)

Family Connection Center (Clearfield)

Family Counseling Center (Salt Lake City)

Polizzi Clinic (Salt Lake City)

Valley Behavioral Health (Salt Lake City)

Davis Behavioral Health (Layton)

Weber Human Services (Ogden)

*Weber State University Counseling Services (Ogden/Layton for *WSU Students)

Hotlines/Crisis Lines and Online Support

Postpartum Support International (PSI)
(800) 944-4PPD (944-4773)

University Of Utah Neuropsychiatric Unit Crisis Line
(801) 587-3000

Erikson Fussy Baby Network
(888) 431-BABY (2229)

National Suicide Hotline
(800) SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

Climb Out of the Darkness

We host the Climb Out of the Darkness each year to fundraise for more postpartum support in our community. Follow the Climb Out of the Darkness Facebook page for more information.