Perinatal Loss #podcastthursday


In two podcast recordings, therapists Hilary Mandzik and Ruth Amos explain the multiple impacts of perinatal loss and opportunities for support.

Hilary Mandzik, PsyD is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Cary, NC; she also sees clients remotely throughout NC and VA.  Dr. Mandzik's specialties include perinatal mental health, child therapy, and parenting support.  Her approach is deeply rooted in attachment theory, and she is passionate about using this approach to support parents and children in feeling connected to each other and to living their best lives, both as individuals and as a family unit. You can learn more about Hilary and her practice here:

Ruth Echols Amos, LPC, is a therapist in Cary, NC. Her background is in grief and loss but she also has a strong interest in working with mothers through their journey from pregnancy to motherhood. You can learn more about Ruth and her practice here:


Podcast #1 Perinatal Loss - about this loss and how it can impact women


Podcast #2 Perinatal Loss - considerations for support for women and partners

Tags grief

About Author

Katie Seavey Pegoraro

Sr Associate Work Life Program Manager

Katie Seavey Pegoraro supports employees with issues of stress and balance, providing tools and resources to cope when life feels overwhelming. Katie is a contact for those who may be coping with issues of mental health, substance use, or grief and loss. A young professional herself, Katie is a unique support to employees who are navigating the many life transitions that occur in your 20's and 30's.

Leave A Reply

Back to Top