I would like to say yes, but you should know that there have never been any studies done to determine the safety of any psychiatric drugs on infants. In fact, most of these drugs were never even tested on women before being sent to market. If I needed any psych drug, I personally would discontinue breastfeeding for the safety of the child. They don't know what small amounts, introduced daily into an infant, is going to do long term. Heck, most doctors don't even tell their patients about all the side effects possibly because they don't know either. For instance, my relative's doctor had NO IDEA that Seroquel can cause diabetes.
That said, check Dr. Hale's web page to find out if your particular psych drug gets into breast milk. If it doesn't, it's a nonissue. I looked up your drug and according to the study, it ranges from very little to a small amount depending on the woman. You might consider having your milk tested to see how much YOU excrete in your milk.
Two years ago, I would have said no problem. The amounts are low and doctors think it's fine. Since then, I have found out a lot about how psych drugs are tested and pushed through the FDA often by former or future employees of the same pharmaceutical companies. Fox in the henhouse.