Entries for 'Jennifer Ellis'
posted on June 23, 2020
Aubrey found herself alone and pregnant without support.
Not knowing where to turn, she scheduled an appointment at A Woman’s Place Medical Clinic. What she remembers most about the first time she walked into the clinic was how everyone treated her with warmth and kindness. ...
posted on June 15, 2020
The last thing you need during the COVID-19 quarantine is concerns over whether you have contracted a sexually transmitted infection or disease (STI/STD). With all this extra time on your hands, it’s natural to start having low levels of anxiety about health concerns.
posted on May 26, 2020
While face masks and social distancing are part of our everyday life right now, many women are concerned about what COVID-19 means for their relationships, sexual health, or pregnancy. We’re breaking down some of the most asked questions our clients have, so you can be more proactive and empow...
posted on April 21, 2020
If you or someone you know has been in need of non-urgent medical care since COVID-19 outbreak, you may have heard the word telehealth. If you’ve never used it before, you may have questions about what it is or concerns about whether or not you should use it.
What Is Telehealth?
posted on March 16, 2020
When everything around you goes as planned, it’s easy to think you’ve got this whole “life thing” figured out. It only takes one curveball to shatter the illusion that despite our best efforts, none of us are truly in control of our lives. We all handle uncertainty differentl...
posted on February 12, 2020
Even for women in the best relationships, Valentine's Day can feel like a lot of pressure. It feels like the expectation for the whole holiday revolves around the perfect date night.
That's why this year, we're choosing to focus on Galentine's Day instead.
posted on January 15, 2020
The new year allows us to pause and consider what we want to change in our lives. For many women, the need for self-care is a top priority. As women, we are good at taking care of others and forgetting about our own needs.
A quick Google search for "self-care" will produce a h...
posted on December 17, 2019
“If I had kept the baby, I would be holding her in my arms right now. Enjoying her first Christmas.”
No one knew Ruby had an abortion except her boyfriend Jack. Immediately after the procedure, Ruby felt a period of relief. It had resolved the anxiety she felt over their une...
posted on December 11, 2019
The holidays feel so romantic. Who doesn’t love tinsel and twinkling lights, hot cocoa, warm blankets, and countless Christmas movies?
This year, maybe you’ve been watching those sweet, sappy Hallmark movies and wishing that your life was more like a holiday romance. It&rsqu...
posted on October 23, 2019
Is there a mental health risk for the nearly 827,000 women who have an abortion in the U.S. each year?
Previous research could not conclude a definitive link between an abortion and a woman's mental health; however, those findings are now being challenged. A new study shows that wom...