Women's Reproductive Mental Health Program
About the Women's Reproductive Mental Health Program
Who we treat
The BC Reproductive Mental Health Program assesses, treats and supports women and their families who are dealing with mental health disorders and psychological difficulties related to pregnancy and following the birth of their baby. Psychological concerns associated with infertility, pregnancy loss and premenstrual dysphoric disorder are also assessed and treated. Pre-pregnancy planning for those with existing mental health disorders can be provided. Learn more about the different types of treatments we offer.
The BC Reproductive Mental Health Program website reproductivementalhealth.ca has more comprehensive information about mental health disorders and psychological difficulties related to pregnancy, following the birth and at other times in a woman's reproductive years.
All services provided by BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS) are by referral only. More information about the referral process.
Services we offer
The health care team
The interdisciplinary team consists of psychiatrists, counsellors, nurse clinician, social worker, dietitian, project manager, researchers and clerical staff. Together, the team has many years experience working with women and their families who are dealing with psychiatric diagnoses and psychological difficulties related to the reproductive life cycle.