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PSI Annual Conference 2015

June 24 – June 27, 2015
Inn at St. John’s
Plymouth Michigan

PSI-Tree of Hope

28th Annual PSI Conference 
with the Tree of Hope Foundation

Planting seeds of hope: overcoming stigma, increasing options, and embracing innovative treatments

Inn at St Johns

Easy Online Registration

PSI 2-Day Pre-Conference Training 2015

PSI Main Conference Agenda

PSI Tree of Hope Sponsorship-Exhibitor Application


2015 Conference Keynote Presenters:
PSI Main Conference, June 26-27, 2015


Maria Muzik, M.D., M.S.
Keynote Friday June 26, 2015
Director, Women’s and Infants Mental Health Clinic, Department of Psychiatry University of Michigan, Assistant Professor in Psychiatry, Assistant Research Scientist, Center for Human Growth & Development, University of Michigan



Cindy Lee Dennis 2F9C4926

Cindy-Lee Dennis, PhD
Keynote Friday June 26, 2015
Professor, University of Toronto, Canada Research Chair in Perinatal Community Health, Shirley Brown Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research at Women’s College Research Institute



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Pine Rest Mother-Baby Program Staff
Keynote Saturday June 27, 2015
The Pine Rest Mother-Baby Program in Grand Rapids is a Partial Hospitalization Program. It is a short-term, intensive treatment program for women experiencing significant symptoms of postpartum depression and other perinatal mood disorders

George Parnham

George Parnham, JD
Keynote Saturday June 27, 2015
“Maternal Mental Health and the Law”
Attorney for Andrea Yates
Parnham & Associates Attorneys at Law, Houston Texas



Conference Discount on Lodging
Inn at St. Johns or Hilton Garden Inn

Inn at St. John’s
At the top of the screen, choose the ‘Group Code’ tab
Or Reserve by phone: (734) 414-0600
Refer to group code or “Perinatal Mood Disorder Conference”
$142/night ~ Reserve for discount by June 8, 2015

Hilton Garden Inn Plymouth
Reserve at the Hilton Garden Inn Online HERE
the Hilton will run a shuttle for conference
Reserve by phone: 1-734-354-1004
Reference “Perinatal Mood Disorder Conference”