What you see below is the culmination of life lived, personal growth, journeys to dark places, and gems found hidden within the depths of me! I’m using this space to showcase my stories, thoughts, and book projects.
Who Am I?
I am bilingual/bicultural mamá of two and pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist. I am an Oregon Board Certified and American Speech and Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) clinically competent clinician. I began my clinical career in 2009 working at an early intervention and early childhood special education agency. Currently, I am an educator as an Assistant Clinical Professor and lead Clinical Supervisor of the Young Child Center with the Communication Disorders and Sciences program at the University of Oregon HEDCO Clinic.
In 2018, with my second child 8mo-old, I began reassessing what I'd taken for granted about my motherhood. My forthcoming memoir (out early 2023) is about my experiences.
#5 "My irritability and edginess felt impossible to rein in."
May 20, 2021
HuffPost reporter Kelsey Borresen quoted Emily regarding her postpartum anxiety symptoms.
"It was like I’d turned into a puffer fish or a porcupine. One seemingly small move, comment or sound and — poof! — I’d prickle out and sting those around me with my words or a look. I had developed a negative reflex to everything and anything, and it was all-consuming. It controlled me."
Interview with Dr. Sophie Brock
The Good Enough Mother Podcast Episode 57
Emily and Dr. Sophie Brock discuss Embracing Our Maternal (and Professional) Expertise. Maternal knowledge and the expertise developed through the practice of mothering is often separated between the 'private' and 'public' realms. Listen as their conversation weaves these together.
What Can't I Talk To My Baby?
Hello Postpartum Feature
Read how postpartum mental health struggles impact a parent's ability to support their child's language learning and what can be done about it.
People Who Inspire
Nominated By Kenji Shimizu
Shimizu Photography owner Kenji was inspired by Emily Adler Mosqueda and her story and new project @postpartum365 and featured her in his personal project, People Who Inspire.
Interview With Dr. Katayune Kaeni
Mom and Mind Podcast Episode 199
Dr. Katayune Kaeni and Emily Adler Mosqueda discuss her experience with postpartum depression, which was made even more shocking because it occurred several months after the birth of her second child. Listen to hear Emily’s story.
Essay Feature: Motherhood Understood
Released February 1, 2021
Podcast Featuring Emily Adler Mosqueda
@postpartum365 showcases research and experiences on issues in the postpartum period beyond the fourth trimester, in hopes of supporting mothers longer after a baby arrives, #postpartum365.
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