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Abby Burd, LCSW, BCD

Abby Burd

Burd Psychotherapy and Education; Prevent PPD

Clairemont - Central San Diego

Licensed Clinical Social Worker 26867www.PreventPPD.com
Contact Person:
Abby Burd, LCSW, BCD 619-289-7818
Address:
5252 Balboa Ave, Ste 803
CA 92117
Methods of Payment Accepted:
I accept most major credit and cards. Checks and cash welcome. (Ask about a small discount for cash.) I can also accept Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards and can provide a record of payment for flexible spending account reimbursement.
Insurance:
I can provide you with a super bill to help you get reimbursed or meet a deductible from your PPO.
Languages Spoken:
English; Spanish
Specialty/Interest:
Are you interested in learning more about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders but not sure you want counseling? Would you like to be prepared for the emotional changes of the fourth trimester and PREVENT postpartum depression and anxiety? Prevention is possible! Abby has taken the best skills and strategies she uses one on one with women to prevent PPD and created an online educational course, incorporating videos, readings, and guided journaling. You can access the course on your own time, at your own pace, from home anywhere in the world, for less than the cost of counseling. And does it really work? Yes! Visit PreventPPD.com to see evidence published in JAMA and hear from local women who have used Abby's course.
Bio:
Abigail Burd, LCS26867, is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist experienced in providing professional mental health counseling since 1998. Abby specializes in helping new families survive and thrive during the transition to parenthood and the postpartum stage. Abby is also experienced in helping clients overcome depression, anxiety, addiction, grief/loss and trauma. Her office is conveniently located in the Clairemont neighborhood of San Diego, with ample free parking, stroller/wheel-chair accessible, and gender-neutral bathrooms. Topics covered: Prevention; Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders; Anxiety/Depression during pregnancy; Deciding if/when to conceive; Perinatal Loss/Grief; Fertility concerns; Addiction; Dual Diagnosis and Co-Occurring Disorders; Other "helping professionals".