The Influence of Psychoeducation of Disclosure and Shame Surrounding Postpartum Intrusive Thoughts

Published: 25 January 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/vcn7gmbsy3.2
Contributors:
Elizabeth Melles,
Elizabeth Keller-Dupree

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Data examined whether women who had experienced postpartum intrusive thoughts of intentional harm (PPITIH) were more likely to disclose these thoughts and were less likely to have shame about these thoughts after being exposed to psychoeducation about PPITIH.

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Northeastern State University

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Postpartum Care, First Year Postpartum

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