Women’s Mental Health Clinic for Mothers and Moms-to-Be

This past semester, a new perinatal mental health clinic was launched by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences. The clinic has made much progress since its opening in helping improve pregnant women’s’ mental health.

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Ayathi Gogineni is a second-year in the College of Arts and Sciences at UVA pursuing a major in Chemistry. This is her second year at WUVA and first year as Student Life Assistant Director. She is passionate about podcasting and recording corner bites videos and hopes to begin an official research focused series at WUVA (as well as continuing to Co-Host Guide to Charlottesville Series). Outside of WUVA, Ayathi is a Madison House Medical Services Volunteer and Service Learning Trip Coordinator of the MEDLIFE chapter at UVA.
I am a third year '25 from Annapolis, MD. I am a student reporter for WUVA. I am majoring in Media Studies and minoring in French. You can reach me at bkv8ne@virginia.edu.
I am a third year ('24) from Monterey, California, majoring in Commerce and Media Studies. I am currently a student reporter for WUVA. You can reach me at ged8jeg@virginia.edu.


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