Diana Barnes

Center for Postpartum Health

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Psychologist and director of the Center for Postpartum Health.

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The movie “Tully” has put a spotlight on the challenges of motherhood, especially after the birth of a child. Postpartum depression can be a devastating illness.

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The movie “Tully” has put a spotlight on the challenges of motherhood, especially after the birth of a child. Postpartum depression can be a devastating illness.

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