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(p. 94) Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Postpartum Depression 

(p. 94) Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Postpartum Depression
(p. 94) Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Postpartum Depression

Myrna M. Weissman

, John C. Markowitz

, and Gerald L. Klerman

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date: 07 March 2021

This chapter discusses sessions of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in the context of pregnancy, miscarriage, and postpartum depression, including adaptations focused on differentiating depressive symptoms from symptoms of normal pregnancy, interpersonal inventory, and flexibility in session time. It also highlights problem areas of IPT as they can manifest in this context.

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