The Postpartum Project, for moms (and dads)

Postpartum Project’s founder, Zoe Hicks.

Zoe Rose Hicks Postpartum ProjectZoe Rose Hicks, LMFT: 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 founded The Postpartum Project to promote a more integrated model of postpartum care through accessible, specialized mental healthcare for new mothers.

The Postpartum Project reflects Zoe’s skills as a therapist and editor as well as her commitment to building a consortium of professionals who share her vision of a more holistic model of postpartum care.

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. She teaches 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

Ellen Gregory Postpartum ProjectPostpartum Project’s CEO, Ellen Gregory, LMFT.

A therapist and mother herself, Ellen understands first-hand the need to support moms after childbirth.

Ellen is the Founder and President of Midtown Marriage and Family Therapy, PC, a large private psychotherapy practice and training site for marriage and family therapists, serving the NYC community since 2001. Visit the website here

As a result of her own business experience, and desire to add more creativity to her work, Ellen Founded in 2013, a website design business specializing in website development and consultation for therapists and healers in private practice.

Over the past 15 years, Ellen has combined her knowledge and expertise as a therapist with her experience developing and marketing her own business, and provides practice building coaching and consulting, as well as website design, to therapists trying to develop their own practice.

Ellen holds an M.S. degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hofstra University and a B.S. in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Pittsburgh, PA. Ellen is an Adjunct Professor at Kean University teaching Ethics and Practice Building to Marriage and Family graduate students.