Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training for Mental Health and Clinical Professionals
Hosted by PSI and the 2020 Mom Project
The 2-day PSI Certificate of Completion Course, taught by experienced and engaging faculty, is a thorough and evidence-based curriculum designed for nurses, physicians, social workers, mental health providers, childbirth professionals, social support providers, or anyone interested in learning skills and knowledge for assessment and treatment of perinatal mood disorders. Registration includes training binder, handouts, breakfast and lunch, and continuing education credits.
Would you like to bring a training to your area? Please contact PSI Education and Training Chair, Suma Karandikar MA, LCPC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Developing support networks for pregnant and postpartum families
This web series is designed for all social support advocates for pregnant and postpartum women and families, including volunteers, group facilitators, community members, and providers involved in developing support groups or networks.
Participants who attend all 11 classes will receive a
PSI Certificate of Completion in Perinatal Social Support Network Development
Learn from experienced leaders about supporting pregnant and postpartum moms, dads, and families. You’ll hear about successful telephone support, groups, community networks, recruiting and training volunteers, fundraising, and more. Network with others, share your questions, and find ways to develop your group or community network.
All presentations will be live on Wednesdays from 1:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern time
and will be recorded and available for viewing later for registered participants.
for more details, faculty biographies, and registration information
2015 Documentary film produced and directed by our PSI Coordinator Jennifer Silliman, Maureen Fura, and executive producer Dr. Shoshana Bennett. This groundbreaking film explores postpartum depression and other pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders and is available for screenings in your community. Visit the DSFM Website to learn about the making of the documentary and information about hosting a screening.