Infant Loss

Tracy Gilmour Nimoy, LMFT and PHA Member Shares Her Experience on Pregnancy/Infant Loss, Birth Trauma, & Infertility with the LA Times

Posted: October 26, 2021 at 7:47 pm   /   Birth, Blog, Community, Infant Loss, Maternal Mental Health, Miscarriage, Modern Motherhood, PMADs, Postpartum, Pregnancy, Resources, Stillbirth, Support a Loved One

Tracy Gilmour Nimoy, LMFT, owner of TGN Therapy, and PHA Member recently shared her story about how she met her husband, her daughter’s stillbirth, and and her continued fertility challenges post pregnancy loss. Tracy granted us permission to share her article, which was published in the LA Times, here on PHA’s blog, and writes, “What an […]

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Finding the Words

Posted: October 29, 2020 at 7:35 pm   /   Blog, Infant Loss, Maternal Mental Health, Miscarriage, Prevent PMADs, Risk Factors, Stillbirth, Support a Loved One

By Kristy Jenkins, MS, of PHA organizational member, Life Perspectives Even though up to 25% of pregnancies will end in miscarriage, the medical community continues to struggle to find the right words in delivering this delicate news to its patients. Maria Brann, Ph.D, Jennifer Bute, Ph.D., and Susanna Foxworthy Scott have conducted further research into […]

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Walking Through Infant Loss

Posted: October 29, 2018 at 4:22 pm   /   Blog, Infant Loss, Miscarriage, Stillbirth, Support a Loved One

By Nikki Watkins, PsyD, LMFT My journey through infant loss is one I never thought I would endure. I had given birth to three healthy children prior to this pregnancy and there was no reason for me to think this would be any different. Even when we were told at five months gestation that our […]

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Infant Loss Awareness Month: PHA is Here to Help

Posted: October 27, 2017 at 8:11 pm   /   Blog, Infant Loss, Miscarriage, Resources, Stillbirth, Support a Loved One

October is Infant Loss Awareness month. We recognize that many moms and families struggle with this heartbreak, and many are suffering in silence. Whether a mother or family has been able to process, share, openly grieve, or has never found the words to talk about it – this is a reminder that our Warmline exists […]

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