Blog

Hello, and welcome to Kasi Shan Therapy’s blog page! Below you’ll find a variety of different articles focusing on prenatal/postpartum mental health, trauma, and emotional well-being. I hope these words bring you comfort, insight, and strategies to support your healing experience.


This blog provides general information about mental health.  It is intended for informational purposes only. The content provided on this website should not be considered as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult your therapist/care provider before making any health care decisions.

The following topics are discussed on this blog. Click on the tags below to jump to a specific topic:

How to overcome shame

Why is it so hard to overcome shame? What keeps our shame cycle going?
If you’ve struggled with shame, you’re well aware how debilitating it can feel. It can take over and impact your actions, decisions and the ways in which you feel about yourself.
I hope this post will provide you some clarity in being with your shame.
#mentalhealth #shame #shamecycle #IFS #internalfamilysystems #therapy

Building a bond with your baby: Strategies to help when you struggle with postpartum mental health

When it comes to postpartum mental health, many parents struggle to building a connection with their little ones. There may be feelings of resentment that our lives have changed. You may feel too tired to want to play or sing nurseries. Your anxiety feels too high for you to be comfortable spending time alone with… Continue reading Building a bond with your baby: Strategies to help when you struggle with postpartum mental health

“They’d be better off without me”: Suicide and Postpartum Mental Health

“They’d be better off without me.” “I can’t do this. What am I doing here?” “How am I supposed to do this everyday for the rest of my life?” I hear sentences like these frequently in my work with postpartum parents. It is heartbreaking and I know that when someone gets to this place of… Continue reading “They’d be better off without me”: Suicide and Postpartum Mental Health

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