The Inner Alchemy Podcast with Becca Clegg


I am so thrilled to be joined by reproductive mental health specialist, Kate Ferguson, on this episode of The Inner Alchemy Podcast. Kate shares valuable insights on a topic that is often glossed over in our culture– the lifespan of motherhood. We talk about the expectations of motherhood, perinatal mood disorders, postpartum depression, and so much more. Kate also addresses the stigma associated with just wanting to be a “rich auntie” of the world and the utter BS that that stigma is. Listen now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts






Kate Ferguson a licensed professional counselor and founder of Kate Ferguson Therapy and Associates, a small private psychotherapy practice serving women and families in the Atlanta metro area. Kate focuses her practice on psychotherapy for women, with a special emphasis on the transition to motherhood and reproductive mental health. This includes perinatal/postpartum mood and anxiety disorders and issues related to infertility, pregnancy, and childbirth.

Her counseling approach is integrative and draws from several notable counseling approaches to conceptualize work with clients including cognitive and interpersonal therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), and most recently, equine-assisted psychotherapy. Kate is an alumnus of Postpartum Support International’s Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care and holds a professional membership with the organization. Additionally, she has worked as a consultant for the Georgia chapter of Mental Health America’s Project Healthy Moms. Her writing has been featured in Atlanta Parent and Postpartum Progress.

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"[After having my child], on the surface, I looked great and my house was clean... but my baby was nine months old before I found the help I needed."

-Kate Ferguson on the Inner Alchemy Podcast

"The way the U.S. does motherhood is much too individualistic."

-Kate Ferguson on the Inner Alchemy Podcast

"None of us can move through it without doing some work on these matters."

-Kate Ferguson on the Inner Alchemy Podcast

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