Local Contact Information
PSVa’s Woodbridge Coordinator is Lydia Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Lydia if you are seeking help for yourself or someone you know experiencing postpartum depression or other perinatal mood and anxiety disorder.
The Woodbridge Maternal Mental Health Coalition meets regularly at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center in the Hylton Education Center. Upcoming date for 2020 is June 11. Meetings are 11:30 am – 1 pm and include lunch. Contact Lydia Anderson, email@example.com, for more information.
Woodbridge Support Group
Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center
2300 Opitz Boulevard, Woodbridge
Hylton Education Center
2nd & 4th Tuesdays each month
10 –11:30 am
Therapists and Counselors
New mothers may need to address topics such as their new role, communications with partner, and changes in relationships. Talking with a mental health professional can help put things in perspective, solve problems, and introduce coping skills. Therapy in this timeframe is often short-term, problem-focused and pragmatic.Therapists and counselors listed below have all been trained to work with new and pregnant mothers. Most therapists do not have administrative staff; leave a message that you are a new/pregnant mother and someone will return your call within 24 hours.
Additional therapists offer virtual or online therapy; click HERE for more information.
Teshia Hackler, LPC, NCC
New Parent Support Program Manager
Marine & Family Programs
Quantico VA 22134
Resident in Counseling
4223 Dale Boulevard
Woodbridge VA 22193
Sliding scale available