A: Overall, The PSI/2020 Mom online webinar and the PSI two-day training cover much of the same core material. The obvious difference is the in-person vs. webinar format. The in-person trainings provide networking opportunities with like-minded professionals, while the webinar allows you to gain access to the training from the comfort of your own home without the travel expenses. The webinar also places you in small groups according to time zone, for group discussions between classes.
Both trainings provide the first pre-requisite toward Certification in Perinatal Mental Health.
The PSI 2-day in person training includes a panel of Perinatal Mental Health Disorder survivors who share their compelling journeys with the audience.
In the online training, one is exposed to the presentations of six or seven different experts in the field. The webinar goes a little more in depth on the topics of therapeutic and legal issues, and offers an entire class on cultural considerations.
Q: What is the cost of the PSI and 2020 Mom webinar training series?
A: The cost of the webinar training series is $400 for members and $480 for non-members.
Q: How much does it cost to bring PSI training to my city?
A: The cost varies slightly, based on a number of variables; however, the base registration cost is $375 per person, with a minimum of 75 attendees. There is a discounted attendance cost for PSI members and volunteers. Learn more about bringing a training to your city or group HERE.