New Wednesday and Saturday groups starting soon.
Call 847.864.7957 or email us at
now for more information.
Our groups are once/week for 6 weeks. They are held at our space at
3009 Central Street in Evanston.
Free parking is available behind our building off of Central Park Avenue.
All of our groups are offered free of charge and include a meal.
Our next Prenatal Group is currently accepting referrals and inquiries from interested and pregnant women.
For further information, call 847-864-7957, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
News From BBB
BBB is now offering FREE, 6-week, dedicated support groups for women who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, death of a newborn, or death of an infant one year of age or younger.
Click here to learn more.
Women may choose between two groups: one for women who are not currently pregnant subsequent to their loss, and one for women who are currently pregnant.
As with our other groups, we accept inquiries and referrals from perinatal, mental, and medical health professionals and from women themselves.
If you think that providing groups for women who are struggling emotionally during their pregnancy or after they give birth is important, please support BBB with a donation.
Click here to learn how to give. Gifts of any amount are most welcome and are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
The mission of Beyond the Baby Blues is to provide support to women experiencing perinatal depression and/or anxiety in the context of a therapeutic group that includes their babies. We also provide support and education to the public and other professionals regarding issues that face families experiencing postpartum depression.
WHAT WE do
Beyond the Baby Blues offers therapeutic support groups for women who are experiencing feelings of sadness, anxiety, isolation, or who are having difficulty adjusting to life with a new baby.
We offer groups for women experiencing anxiety and/or depression during pregnancy, and for women who have experienced a loss.
Our goal is to create a safe and caring space that allows participants to connect with each other and regain their sense of well being.
WEBSITES To ViSiT
We have videos for you to watch on Postpartum Mood Disorders.
Here's one by Dr. Christina Hibbert on postpartum couples.
This one is from National Institute of Mental Health.