Postpartum Support International (PSI) and the Tree of Hope Foundation are proud collaborators of the 28th
annual PSI Conference, with generous sponsorship from the Women and Infants Mental Health Program at the
University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and Depression Center. The conference will be held at the
beautiful Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan, June 24-27th.
The conference provides education, resources, and inspiration to health care, mental health, public health, and
childbirth professionals serving pregnant and postpartum families. Our PSI 2015 Conference includes our PSI
Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders Certificate Training on June 24-25, a workshop by Jane Honikman, MS on
June 25, PSI Volunteers Meeting on June 25, Main conference program June 26-27, and a post-conference
workshop by MotherWoman on Sunday June 28.
The purpose of this annual conference is to bring together and inform medical and mental health providers,
childbirth professionals, advocates, community volunteers, caregivers, policy-makers, researchers, families, and
educators who want to increase their understanding of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and improve their
ability to serve childbearing families. Past conferences have been attended by more than 200 local, national and
international attendees. Conference attendees will be able to choose to attend the PSI Certificate Training in
Perinatal Mood Disorders, a Community Action workshop from PSI Founder Jane Honikman, MS, four pioneering
keynote talks, 50 expert presenters, poster presentations, and a Friday night PSI banquet and Tree of Hope 10th