Pregnancy Mood Support Group

Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 PM ET/ 3:30 PM PT
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday: Time Varies 

Mental health challenges during pregnancy are difficult and often unexpected. We are often told that pregnancy should be one of the happiest times of our life; however, pregnancy can be very challenging. In this group, we often discuss the physical challenges of pregnancy, unwanted or unplanned pregnancies, anxiety about childbirth or postpartum, and complicated emotions around pregnancy. Our online group helps you connect with others, talk about your experience, and learn about helpful tools and resources. This group is for pregnant people only.

PSI Support Groups

All of our groups are FREE and virtual. When registering for Sharewell for the first time skip the unlimited offer on the payment page.

What to Expect

Our groups are 90 minutes (1.5 hours) in length. The first ~30 minutes is providing information, education, and establishing group guidelines. The next ~60 minutes is “talk time,” in which group members share and talk with each other. Group members must be present for the group guidelines before joining in the discussion or “talk time.”

Student and clinical observations are not allowed in our group spaces due to confidentiality and creating a safe space

Registration Information

PSI Support Groups are hosted on ShareWell.  Support Groups are split between different “wells.” Click on the registration link above to go to the Well, which includes support groups in each category.

When signing up for groups and making an account:

  • Skip the unlimited offer on the payment page (all of our groups are free!)
  • Access PSI support groups in each dedicated community
  • Reach out to groups@postpartum.net if you have any questions

In this new platform, we will no longer have a waitlist function. **We will allow up to 16 group members to enter the group, so please arrive on time to get a spot. Once we reach 16 members OR we have started talk time, the group space will be closed.**

Program Manager, Megan Roberts