Abstract Depressive symptoms during pregnancy may have devastating consequences, not only for the women, but also for the child and family. Antenatal depression may influence the baby’s health and it also places the woman at significant risk of developing postpartum depression. Antenatal depression has been relatively neglected; for this reason it’s necessary to identify the depressive symptoms across the pregnancy period. The psychodynamic interpretation of antenatal depression helps to frame the disease allowing to develop more complete and personalized treatments.

The dark in the birth: Psychodynamic interpretation of pregnant depression, in Rivista di Psicologia clinica, n,1, 2018, Roma, ISSN 1828-9363

Zoe Aurora Marcelli;Enrico Perilli
2018-01-01

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Abstract Depressive symptoms during pregnancy may have devastating consequences, not only for the women, but also for the child and family. Antenatal depression may influence the baby’s health and it also places the woman at significant risk of developing postpartum depression. Antenatal depression has been relatively neglected; for this reason it’s necessary to identify the depressive symptoms across the pregnancy period. The psychodynamic interpretation of antenatal depression helps to frame the disease allowing to develop more complete and personalized treatments.
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