Behavioral Health for Women

Behavioral Health for Women

We are providers with a special interest in the mental health of women during pregnancy and the postpartum period. We can work with your obstetric provider to create an integrated treatment plan that includes both medical and non-medical treatment recommendations.

During an appointment, the providers can discuss a range of treatment options, based on each mother's situation. 

Appointments & Referrals

Make an appointment:
206-320-7288, option 1


The Lytle Center
747 Broadway, 1 South
Seattle, WA 98122

Swedish OB/GYN Ballard
5350 Tallman Ave. N.W., Suite 420
Seattle, WA 98107

Swedish Issaquah Professional Clinic
751 N.E. Blakely Dr., 4th Floor
Issaquah, WA 98029

Common Questions

What will the visit be like?
Typically the initial visit is approximately one hour long. During that visit we explore your concerns, symptoms and past history and then discuss our clinical impressions and any treatment we may be recommending. Sometimes we have to talk to your primary-care doctor or others (with your permission) to decide on the best treatment plan. You are welcome to being along your significant other or baby to the visit.

I have heard that you should not take any medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding Why should I come see you?
Many people worry about the effects of medications on their baby during pregnancy. Not all patients need medications, but sometimes they are recommended. We both have a particular interest in this area and can discuss with you the latest information about risks and benefits of medications in pregnancy and breastfeeding. The choice to take medications is yours. Our hope is that you can make an informed decision.

How long will I see you?
We will work closely with your primary-care doctor or obstetrician to support you through this time and help find resources in the community as needed. The limits of our practice are such that we do not usually follow patients over the long-term once their pregnancy is over.

Do you offer psychotherapy?
Yes. We have two social workers who are trained in a variety of methods to decrease anxiety and depression and improve overall functioning and well-being. To schedule with social work, please call The Lytle Center at (206) 215 - 9853, option 1

Talk to Someone or Make an Appointment

Option 1