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Letter from Ann Smith

Hello from Ann Smith, PSI President May 14, 2017 It was a long busy winter at PSI. We are looking forward to Spring and Summer for lots of reasons, but let me talk about a few. Our 30th annual (imagine that) conference takes place in Philadelphia this year from July 12-15th. The 12th and 13th…

Learn how to help new moms and dads — Trainings

Coming to YOU! PSI Certificate Trainings: Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Components of Care   We have new trainings planned all the time — come join us! You’ll find more information and registration links below.  The 2-day PSI Certificate of Completion Course, taught by experienced and engaging faculty, is a thorough and evidence-based curriculum designed for nurses,…

We are with you

Motherhood does not care if a woman is Muslim or Christian, black or white, Republican or Democrat, gay or straight, rich or poor. Motherhood is a state of being that transcends all labels and creates a bond among women.   Postpartum depression and anxiety does not distinguish either. For the one in seven women, and…

Dark Side of the Full Moon

Movie about maternal mental health: Dark Side of the Full Moon Blog post by Lisa Edwards October 16, 2016 for Postpartum Support International Do you remember getting that wonderful glucose test for gestational diabetes when you were pregnant? Or perhaps you were one of the lucky ones (like me) who even got the follow-up test,…

Don’t Wait

You don’t have to be in despair to get help by Katayune Kaeni, Psy.D. for the Postpartum Support International (PSI) Blog October 10, 2016 Emotional distress and stress are on a spectrum, from very mild to very severe. We all run along this spectrum as we face different life situations. Infertility, pregnancy, loss, and the…