Tiny fingers. Tiny toes. Big changes.
Each new stage of your child’s life brings something wonderful and something challenging. The right kind of support makes all the difference in allowing you to fully experience those precious moments and enjoy your child’s first years. The Postpartum Project is a consortium of doulas, lactation consultants, mental health clinicians, and obstetricians.. We connect mothers (and fathers) with the best postpartum care so that mothers can feel healthy and have a healthy bond with their child.
Are you an expert in postpartum care? Join us.
Zoe Rose Hicks, LMFT – Founder
When Zoe learned that postpartum home visits are common practice across much of Europe, the idea resonated with her. As a marriage and family therapist and as a mother herself, she she founded Postpartum Project in 2015 to promote a more integrated model of postpartum care and work against the isolation that many new mothers experience.
A licensed therapist with a private practice in Brooklyn, Zoe is a member of:
- The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
- The Women’s Mental Health Consortium in New York City
- Postpartum Support International
- The International Marce Society for Perinatal Mental Health
Zoe holds an M.A. in Clinical Psychology and B.A. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of California, Santa Cruz and Antioch University. Zoe is an adjunct professor at Adelphi University, where she teaches on the diagnosis and treatment of postpartum depression.
When Zoe is not working, she is chasing after her 5 year old daughter, Tzippy. More about Zoe at zoerosehicks.com
Louis Rassaby – Volunteer
Louis is a software engineer specializing in user-centered design and building data-intensive applications. Louis is a software engineer at Google. Prior to Google, Louis worked at Phosphorus Genomics, developing software to educate patients on their risk of genetic disease. Louis received his BS in Computer Science from Tufts University. More about Louis at rassaby.com