Marianna Strongin has been featured in the following press and TV station:



The Depression Symptom We Rarely Talk About

Depression is often associated with sadness, but there's another emotional response that gets little attention.


NYC’s Top Baby Gurus

The best numbers to call during tough times. 

Motherhood & Melancholia

Local experts debunk post-partum depression myths, and offer advice to suffering moms & their loved ones.


New Mom Support Right Where You Need It

Parenthood Psychology launches in New York.


Rosie Pope

“When facing these issues, and everything in between, women deserve help and support which is why I am eager to introduce you to the latest editions to my expert panel, Dr. Strongin and Dr. Goletka , psychologists specializing in supporting moms experiencing difficulty with everything from breast feeding, post partum depression to dealing with a baby in the NICU, all the way through to the common mom anxiety we can all battle with at some time or another. Because let’s face it, we all need and have a right to support!”



"They’re Not Faking It Don’t shrug off those Halloween fears.”



“Parenthood Psychology Practice is a mental health group focused on the needs of new and expectant parents, but unlike other practices, its office is your home. Local New York sessions can take place on a walk around the block or over your kitchen table; remote patients dial-up on Skype in the comfort of their own living rooms (and pajamas).”


Ramshackle Glam

“Services include Preemie Support, Single Crisis Visit, access to psychiatrists, Lactation Consultation, and a comprehensive Post-Natal Package, and this honestly sounds like exactly the kind of organization that I would have reached out to had I known it existed. In any case, it’s nice to know that this kind of support is out there, if you need it.”


New Mothers Need Mothering

Before I could close my gown after delivering my baby, I had a room full of family members and friends “awing” at the sight of my baby girl. It was at that moment, I realized it was no longer about me.


Making the Transition into Motherhood

While pregnant with my son, I found myself consumed by menial, yet important tasks, unconsciously knowing, that the only thing within my control was organizing his bedroom and all of the items we would surely need once returning from the hospital.