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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing Social Worker Ruth Gabay on coping after miscarriage or stillbirth. How can parents support one another and themselves following devastating loss? What words are appropriate when talking to other children about pregnancy loss? How can you best support a friend or family member suffering after losing a pregnancy? This is an incredibly painful topic that deserves attention. All these questions and more will be answered on this installment of MD for Moms.
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Learn more about my guest, Ruth Gabay, LCSW:
Ruth Gabay is Senior Social Worker at the Women’s Health Center at Mt. Sinai Beth Israel. Women’s Health and fertility have been her area of specialty as she has practiced in this field for 25 years. Ruth has provided counseling for both individuals and couples for issues ranging from teen pregnancy, illness and medical complications, domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance abuse and psychiatric illness.
Ruth also co-chairs the Perinatal Bereavement Program at Mt. Sinai Beth Israel working with families who have experienced a miscarriage, still birth or neonatal loss. Ruth is active in educating Physicians, Nurses and Social Workers in the fields of bereavement and in identifying psychosocial issues and stressors in women’s health.
Ruth Gabay received her undergraduate degree at Yeshiva University, Stern College and her Masters in Social Work at NYU School of Social Work. She is active in the community in her work with bereavement, loss and infertility.
Contacts and supports for those grieving:
Ruth Gabay at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center- 212-844-8524
Pregnancy Loss Support Program – 646-884-9464
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (page includes several other resource sites online)