Trust Your Body and Release Control During Pregnancy & Birth with Dr. Carly Snyder
Yoga | Birth | Babies
During pregnancy and birth a certain level of anxiety is to be expected as much is unknown and many things change. However it's important to note ways depression and anxiety can manifest. A common way for it to appear during this time of life is a lack of trust in one’s self, one's body, ability to birth and parent, and a desire to take control of all aspects of the experiences. For many this gets coupled with years of fertility issues and loss leading a lot of expectant parents to find themselves overwhelmed. In this episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies, I speak with Reproductive and Perinatal Psychiatrist, Carly Snyder, M.D. She addresses these concerns and offers pregnant people tools they can use to trust the pregnancy process and soften the need to control pregnancy, birth and postpartum. Carly also addresses the usage of anxiety and depression medication during pregnancy and postpartum. Get the most out of each episode by checking out the show notes with links, resources and other related podcasts at: prenatalyogacenter.com If you love what you’ve been listening to, please leave a rating and review! Yoga| Birth|BabiesTo connect with Deb and the PYC Community: Instagram & Facebook: @prenatalyogacenterYoutube: Prenatal Yoga Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 7: Interview with Dr. Carly Snyder, Reproductive Psychiatrist
Fertility in Focus Podcast
In this episode we dive into the mental and emotional impact of fertility as well as best strategies to manage the ups and downs. Dr. Snyder gives us a sneak peak into her own journey, paired with expert advice as to how to get through it, whether that means medication, nutrition or lifestyle.
78. Maternal Mental Health in the Era of COVID-19 with Dr. Carly Snyder
Raising Good Parents
Carly Synder, MD is a reproductive and perinatal psychiatrist that works with women struggling with emotional symptoms throughout their reproductive years. Website: carlysyndermd.com Podcast: MD for Moms If you want a supportive place to chat with like-minded parents join my Present and Productive Parents Group on Facebook. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and review on this podcast. Links and Resources: Dr. Phil Boucher on Instagram @DrPhilBoucher on Twitter @DrPhilBoucher on Facebook Present and Productive Parents with Dr. Phil Boucher Group on Facebook Dr. Phil Boucher
I'm so happy there's more of a discussion around postpartum mood changes, but I don't think there's enough conversation around how hormones around our menstrual cycles affect our moods. I talk with Carly Snyder, MD, a reproductive psychiatrist who works with women struggling with emotional symptoms throughout their reproductive years. We chat about *why,* as women, we feel less emotionally stable around our periods, and discuss Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), which is an extreme PMS that I've dealt with for several years now. And birth control—is it all evil as far as moods are concerned? Listen to find out!
Dr Carly Snyder- Specializing in the Psycological Effects of Womens Peri Emotional Struggles
Dr Carly Snyder is one of a very small and select group of Doctors who specialize in comprehensive reproductive psychiatry , women’s peri-emotional struggles, and women’s mental health services. Dr. Snyder spoke with Mission Unstoppable host Frankie Picasso about Post Partum Depression, Pregnancy, Motherhood and menopause. In each stage of a Woman's life, there are contributing factors that can destabilize her well being and mental health.Often these women feel targeted, guilty and less than. Dr. Snyder's approach to healthcare combines traditional psychiatric treatment and integrative medicine-based treatments to optimize the body and mind. Dr. Sndyer is an attending physician on staff in the Department of Psychiatry at Beth Israel Medical Center. She also holds a teaching appointment at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and is an assistant attending with a teaching appointment at Weill-Cornell in the Payne Whitney Women’s Program.Dr Synde is also Director of Women’s Health for Family Health Associates. the Postpartum Support International (PSI) Board of Directors as the Research Chair. and her mission is to de-stigmatize mental health issues that affect women during pregnancy and postpartum.She is also a marathon runner, mother of three and wife to a wonderful husband.