Reproductive Mental Health and Wellness
Women experience a range of changes throughout their reproductive journey – both physically and emotionally. The Christ Hospital partners with Galia Collaborative to provide additional resources for mental health and overall wellness.
Our joint mission is to offer a trusted support system and stress-reducing guidance. Areas of support include:
Prenatal wellness concerns for mom and/or baby
COVID-19 related anxiety or social isolation
Postpartum depression and anxiety
Miscarriage or infant loss
Adjusting to parenthood
Our goal is to reduce or eliminate barriers that may keep women from addressing their mental health and emotional wellness needs, like not wanting to leave home, limited access to childcare, or simply not knowing where to turn.
We hope to meet a wide range of needs through this partnership program, from women who could benefit from a supportive conversation to potentially connecting someone to a physician or longer-term resource for additional care.
"Women often put their families before themselves, so it's important for them to understand how recognizing and treating mental health needs is a benefit for themselves and their families."
Support along your reproductive journey
Our partnership provides patients delivering with The Christ Hospital Physicians complimentary access to Galia Collective’s mental health experts in two ways:
One-on-one virtual consultation with a Galia psychologist
Thrive Circle Support Group includes 6 weekly sessions with a Galia psychologist in a virtual small group setting with connection to other women seeking support.
Additional services and resources provided by the Galia Collaborative are available at normal pricing. More information is available on Galia Collaborative's website.
For more information or accessing service with the Galia Collaborative, ask your provider with The Christ Hospital Physicians – Obstetrics & Gynecology or call 513-216-0068.
A mom's perspective on postpartum depression and anxiety
Learn more about a mother's experience receiving earlier treatment for postpartum anxiety with her second child in this story from WCPO 9.