Stephanie Hackman

Stephanie joins us in the CPFH North office location in The Woodlands, after moving from Montana in 2022.  Stephanie’s area of focus includes birth trauma, infertility, and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, often using narrative storytelling, expressive arts and mindfulness therapy her work.

 “Sometimes when we experience loss, trauma, or struggles in the perinatal and postpartum period, we lose our voice. Suddenly, we find ourselves stepping back, losing focus, or putting our needs and experiences aside in order to care for others. My greatest life honor is to walk with my clients through this special, often vulnerable, time in their lives, to hear their story, and to help them reclaim their voice.” Stephanie aims to help women make informed decisions through education, understanding and empowerment.

While living in Montana, Stephanie received her master’s degree in professional counseling and completed her internship in the capital city of Helena, with a focus in grief, trauma, and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She began her personal journey into motherhood in 2007 following four years of infertility, and was drawn to the area of postpartum mental health following the stillborn birth of her second child in 2009. She recognized the need for trained and specialized mental health care for new mothers, and experienced the challenge of finding that support.

Stephanie is a member of the International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) and of Postpartum Support International. She is currently practicing under the supervision of Sherry Duson, Director of The Center for Postpartum Family Health.

For more information about Stephanie, or to schedule an appointment with her, contact CPFH at 713.561.3884.