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Counseling In PA

Counseling In PA

Whether you live in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Reading, or anywhere in between, the path to parenthood is never straightforward.

Are you planning to expand 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.


Philadelphia pregnancy counselor from Postpartum Wellness


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.




It is very easy to schedule your first appointment!  Click here to identify the best date and time for us to call you.  We will answer your questions and match you with the best-fit therapist for your needs.

Shortly after you are scheduled for your first appointment, we will email you the intake forms for you to complete.  Please make sure the forms are returned to us before your appointment, in order to maximize your session time with your Pennsylvania therapist.


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Insurance Information

Except for Cigna/Evernoth and Optum/United Healthcare, we do not participate as an in-network provider with other insurance company plans in Pennsylvania. Many therapeutic services are reimbursable and we encourage you to contact your insurance company directly to help inform your decision about therapy.

Postpartum Wellness does provide clients with a detailed statement of receipt (i.e., superbill) that can be submitted to all insurance companies, if your plan includes and reimburses you for out-of- network mental health benefits.

We suggest that all clients wanting to use their insurance benefits, contact their insurance companies to make informed decisions.   When asking about reimbursement for services provided by Postpartum Wellness, we suggest you ask what your “out-of-network mental health benefit” is, so that you can make an informed decision about counseling services. Some questions you may want to ask your insurance company to inform your decision are:

  • What is my out-of-network mental health benefit?
  • Do I need to meet a deductible to receive reimbursement for out-of-network mental health coverage?