Perinatal Therapy for the Prenatal and Postpartum Period

The path to parenthood is never straightforward.

Whether you're planning for an addition to your family, coping with a loss, or trying to stay afloat as a new parent - You Are Not Alone. 

We help treat all kinds of family-building challenges from parenting stress, severe depression and anxiety, birthing trauma or grieving the loss of a child.

Are you neglecting your own needs as a parent?  Is self-care a distant priority?  We help resolve issues with compassion fatigue and perinatal perfectionism.

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Mental Health Is For Everyone

 
Family expecting a child

Ready For Lasting Change?

Schedule an initial consultation with us to learn about our approach to treatment and how we can help get you back on track. 

How Can Counseling Help?

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are very common and often very treatable with Dr. Danielle's approach.  Many new parents are reluctant to reach out for help because of the stigma around dealing with your mental health or feelings of failure.  Adapting to your new life and the transition to parenthood is challenging for everyone.

We are here to let you know that you are not alone.

We can help you develop a new perspective and skills to help you thrive in your new role.

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Dr. Danielle Spearman-Camblard (also known as Dr. Danielle) is a licensed clinical psychologist in the states of Connecticut and Virginia, media contributor in the popular press, consultant to organizations & churches, and speaker.

Dr. Danielle's clinical focus is in helping women who are pregnant, who have a baby to care for, or mothers with large families.  She treats anxiety, depression, birth trauma, perinatal perfectionism, compassion fatigue, miscarriage loss, pregnancy fears after experiencing a loss, and maternal mental health in ethnic and racial minoritized women.  Parent coaching to facilitate parent-infant/young child bonding is also offered.  She received specialized training from the Yale Child Study Center's Family Based Recovery (FBR) program working with the perinatal population of mothers and fathers, in addition to infant and early childhood mental health.  She is also a professional member of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and obtained PSI's certificates in Components of Care and Advanced Psychotherapy to treat perinatal mental health.  

As a mother of four children, Dr. Danielle understands how challenging this period of life can be and the ways in which pregnancy, giving birth, and taking care of a baby can be challenging.  "Mothering the mother" is a goal in how Dr. Danielle utilizes CBT with women in this phase of life.

Dr. Camblard received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Connecticut, graduated Cum Laude as an Honors Scholar. 

 

She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) as a Diversity Fellow at the University of Hartford’s Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology (GIPP).  While receiving clinical training working with adult clients, she also pursued a concentration in childhood and adolescence.  She subsequently completed her internship and post-doctoral fellowship at The Village for Families and Children, Inc., an APA-approved site, in Hartford, CT.

Dr. Camblard has almost 20 years of expertise in the mental health industry.  She provides therapy services to adults with a wide range of mental health disorders, in addition to psychological assessments and consultation services.

 

Her style can be described as holistic compassionate care with a strengths-based approach.  She supports clients in their journey to self-empowerment by highlighting their areas of resiliency through a caring and liberating therapeutic alliance. 

In her free time, she enjoys living her best life with her husband and four children!

About Dr. Danielle