Counselor / Therapist

Pec Indman, EdD, MFT

Pec Indman, EdD, MFT photo
Pregnancy and Postpartum Mental Health, Reproductive Health
Counseling and Training
Dr. Pec Indman is a internationally recognized expert in the field of mental health related to pregnancy and postpartum. She works with clients experiencing fertility challenges, pregnancy loss, depression and anxiety during pregnancy or postpartum. She has a private psychotherapy (counseling) practice in San Jose specializing in cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression, anxiety and mood disorders that occur when women are:

❖Pregnant or during the prenatal stage
❖Postpartum-the first year after the baby is born
❖While planning a pregnancy or attempting to become pregnant
❖Faced with fertility challenges
❖Grieving a loss during pregnancy or soon after
❖Dealing with a premature or ill baby

Dr. Indman is the Director of Women's Health for Regroup Therapy, and past Chairperson of the Education and Training Committee of Postpartum Support International and speaks all over the world. As an invited participant, she contributes to several federally funded programs on the topic of pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Anger Management  Caregiver Issues
 Depression  Herpes and STD Counseling  Online / Phone / Skype Therapy
 Pre and Postpartum Mental Health  Women's Issues
 Doctoral Degree (Ed.D.)  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Professional Experience
» 10/91 - present: Private Practice in Psychotherapy

» 2007 Recipient of the Jane Honikman Award for outstanding contributions in increasing awareness of emotional health related to childbearing.

» Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor 
 Board of Behavioral Science Examiners, MFC 25584, 1990
Director of Women's Health, Regroup Therapy.
Certified Trainer for Postpartum Support International
» Board of Directors, Postpartum Support International
 Chair Education/Training Committee
» Invited member of the Expert Work Group for the Interconception Care Learning Collaborative, Dept of Maternal Child Health Bureau, US Health and Human Services

» Advisory Board, National Institute of Mental Health, Development of Postpartum Depression Training Materials for Primary Care Providers

» Faculty

» Member of: Postpartum Support International, the North American Society for 
 Psychosocial OB/GYN, California Assn. of Marriage and Family Therapists
» 9/74-5/76: Johns Hopkins University School of Health Services Baltimore,
Maryland, BS, Specialization: Family Practice Physician Assistant Program
» 5/83-12/84: University of Santa Clara Master’s Degree in Counseling, Emphasis
in Health Psychology
» 7/86-5/90: University of San Francisco, Doctor of Education in Counseling

Recent ongoing education:
»11/13 Perinatal Mental Health Conference, Chicago, IL
»6/13 Postpartum Support International Annual Conference, MN
»6/12 Reproductive Psychiatry, Las Vegas, NV
»2/12 When Survivors Give Birth, 2 day training, Bastyr University, Seattle, WA
»8/11 Postpartum Support International Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
»1/11 Perinatal Mood Disorders: Reproductive Psychiatry Seminar, Los Angeles
»10/10 Postpartum Support International/Marce Society
2/10 North American Society for Psychosocial OB/GYN, ACOG 17 hours,
»3/10 Bright Beginnings Conference UCB, Los Angeles
» 8/09 Postpartum Support International annual conference, Los Angeles
» 2/09 North American Society for Psychosocial OB/GYN
Annual Conference ACOG 17 hours
» 9/08 Bipolar Spectrum: Bringing Evidence into Practice, Palo Alto, CA
» 6/08 Postpartum Support International Conference, Houston, TX
Member of:
-Postpartum Support International,
-the North American Society for Psychosocial OB/GYN,
- California Assn. of Marriage and Family Therapists
-Marce Society (International Perinatal Organization)
Payments Accepted
cash, check, credit cards
Hours:by appt
License:MFT 25584
1475 Saratoga Ave, #140
San JoseCA 95129
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