Dr. Raskin is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in maternal mental health, including perinatal anxiety, depression, and trauma. She works with mothers and families during the transitions and adjustments related to pregnancy, the postpartum period, and parenting. As an infant mental health specialist (IMH-E®), she also supports new and experienced parents in understanding their unique child's development which can be especially useful for those struggling to understand, soothe, or feel connected to their baby or toddler. With specializations and extensive training in both the perinatal and infant/early childhood populations, she offers a unique set of skills and experience parents value and appreciate.
Dr. Raskin received her Doctorate in Psychology and Master's Degree from New York University and earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the St. Luke's Parent-Infant Center where her work and training focused on supporting women beginning in their pregnancy through their postpartum experience while working dyadically with both the mother and baby. Dr. Raskin is co-founder of Everyday Parenting Psychology, PLLC, has a private practice in Hartsdale, NY and is also a mother.