Dr. Alyssa Berlin, PsyD

Dr. Alyssa Berlin is a clinical psychologist specializing in pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting. She offers private counseling for women individually and with their partners.

 

Dr. Berlin is the creator of The AfterBirth Plan, a program that prepares couples for what to expect after a baby is born. The workshop teaches couples how to prepare for a physically and emotionally healthy postpartum transition for the baby, for each partner, and for the evolving relationship.

 

Dr. Berlin is a labor support doula. She combines her psychological background and her doula training to help women and their partners feel empowered and comfortable in the labor and delivery process, both on a physical and emotional level. Dr. Berlin has specific expertise addressing fear and anxiety that may arise before, during, or after birth.

 

Dr. Berlin is on the Board of Advisors for the International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) and is a faculty member of Maternal Mental Health NOW Training Institute. She conducts live pregnancy and parenting workshops throughout Southern California and online. You can read Dr. Alyssa's blogs on the Huffington Post where she contributes to PBS's 'This Emotional Life" project.

 

Dr. Berlin received her doctorate at Argosy University in Atlanta, GA and went on to become a certified Gottman educator. She is a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Alyssa and her husband, prenatal chiropractor Dr. Elliot Berlin, live in Los Angeles and are the proud parents of four amazing children.

  • Individual and Couples Counseling

  • Prenatal and Postpartum Wellness Care

  • Postpartum Depression Screening

  • Early Childhood Parenting

  • Childbirth Education and Transition to Parenthood Workshops

  • Labor Preparation/Doula Work

"The class we took with you before Hal was born has stuck with us. I believe it is why we are still together and strong as a family...we learned that taking care of our relationship as a couple is so important, and how we are modeling a healthy relationship for Hal. The tools we learned have been invaluable."