On this week’s show, Dr. Kim Sage is joined by Hoag’s Maternal Mental Health Program Care Manager and LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) Angela Mains.
What are Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders?
What is the difference between the “baby blues,” and a mood or anxiety disorder?
What can you do if you are suffering?
Dr. Sage and Angela Mains explore maternal mental health issues, and Hoag’s groundbreaking program designed to help women in all stages of pregnancy and postpartum life.
To learn more about the clinic or be connected to support services, please call the Maternal Mental Health Support Line Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 949-764-5333 or visit the website at www.hoag.org/mmh
Dr. Kim Sage is a licensed psychologist (#29089) and has been a Certified Maternal Mental Health Provider since 2017, and can be contacted at (949) 899-5787 or drkimsage.com
Additional Resources and Support for Maternal Mental Health:
Maternal Mental Health Now: maternalmentalhealthnow.org
Postpartum Support International: postpartum.net
In the wake of recent social media shaming against Amy Schumer for doing a stand up set two weeks after giving birth, Dr. Kim Sage (Clinical Psychologist #29089), explores what “bad or toxic mothering,” really looks like, and how this type of mothering can be traumatic and deeply wounding.
Hint: Choosing to breastfeed or not, making your own baby food, or whether you work or not, has NOTHING to do with being a great mother.
What is Toxic Mothering? Were you raised by a toxic mother?
If you struggle with shame, fears of vulnerability or a lack of trust in others, body or eating issues, anxiety and/or depression, or all of the above, (among other struggles), and you had a mom who made you feel you were never good enough, raged or blamed you, criticized or competed with you, or even humiliated you, disrespected your boundaries or name called you, it’s very likely you were raised by a toxic mother.
While your childhood may be over, the lingering effects of a toxic mother can leave deep, and difficult to heal wounds.
You are worthy, and you are worthy of love and healing.
Find out why it’s so important that you get help if you were raised by a toxic mother.
THE DR. KIM SAGE SHOW: HOW THE CLINICAL USE OF PSYCHEDELICS WITH PSYCHOTHERAPY MAY BE HELPFUL IN TREATING TRAUMA AND OTHER MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES: EMERGING TRENDS AND RESEARCH
Dr. Kim Sage, Clinical Psychologist, welcomes her guest, fellow Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Edward Margines, who explains the emerging trends and research around using psychedelics with psychotherapy, and why they might work together to help patients suffering with PTSD, and other mental health challenges.
What are psychedelics and how might they impact the treatment of mental health issues, such as PTSD or treatment-resistant depression?
Given the recent passing of legislation for the use of psilocybin in Denver, Colorado, as well as the often exploitative headlines around psychedelics use, Dr. Margines joins the show this week to break down these headlines, and explain why they are trending topics in psychology, and what they mean for the world of mental health treatment.
The serious risks and realities of using psychedelics are thoroughly discussed, and their uses are absolutely not encouraged, but rather the topic is explained and explored, as part of a greater dialogue around emerging mental health treatments.
Listen to this week’s live show and podcast on KX 93.5FM, as host Dr. Kim Sage, licensed psychologist, welcomes Trauma, Addiction and EMDR expert therapist Bert Shepley, as they explore and explain the relationship between Addiction and Trauma.
How do therapists decide what qualifies as addiction?
What roles do shame and trauma play in the origins of substance abuse and dependence issues?
What is EMDR therapy, and how can it help you or someone you love heal from addiction, trauma or both?
You don’t want to miss this fascinating interview to learn more about the emerging field of trauma, and how it can significantly impact all areas of our lives!
Dr. Kim Sage, Clinical Psychologist (#29089) welcomes back Mild Autism expert and psychologist Dr. Alina Bright, as they explore “Savant Syndrome” (genius abilities) in individuals who also have an Autism diagnosis.
What types of special superhero skills do “Savant Syndrome,” individuals have?
How do these remarkable skills impact their lives, academics and families?
If you have ever seen the movie “Rain Man,” or seen genius kids on talk shows, Savant Syndrome is the likely explanation for these incredible abilities.
Listen to this week’s fascinating show to learn more about Autism and Savant Syndrome, with Dr. Alina Bright, who specializes in Mild Autism, and works with many of these children and their families in Newport Beach.