Read the following case study and answer the questions below in your initial response.  
Natalie is a 32-year-old who gave birth to a healthy baby girl 12 weeks ago. Two years ago, she had a stillborn son. Natalie was initially very excited about the birth of her baby and thrilled to receive attention from extended family and friends. Over the past two weeks, she has become withdrawn, anxious, and feeling very guilty about the fact that this baby survived when her son did not. She has continued to breastfeed but feels “disconnected” from the baby. Natalie’s only contact with health care providers since delivery has been her obstetrician for a 6-week follow-up and her daughter’s pediatrician for the 1-month and 2-month well-baby visits. Natalie’s mental health was not addressed at either visit. She has sought care with the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) because she is concerned about her mental health. Natalie has no history of a mental health diagnosis and is anxious about the stigma of seeking treatment for her low mood, especially since her mother-in-law told her that she should have “bounced back” by now.