PMD: Components of Care
PMD: Components of Care is a 2-day, 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. This a PSI Certificate of Completion Course and qualifies as Step 1 for the PMH-C.
Advanced PMD Psychotherapy
The 6-hour Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy certificate course must be completed in person as a pre-requisite to register for the perinatal mental health certification exam.
Advanced PMD Psychopharmacology
A 6-hour advanced course on psychiatric pharmacology during pregnancy and lactation, taught by perinatal psychiatric experts.
Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training Course
PSI and The Policy Center for Maternal Mental Health present an online Certificate Training for Mental Health and Clinical Professionals. This online webinar series includes eight live sessions, small group discussions, and supplemental reading materials.
This course qualifies as Step 1 for the PMH-C.
Perinatal Loss: Clinical and Supportive Care
This comprehensive perinatal loss training for birth workers, therapists, nurses, and other psychotherapy and medical providers. This course takes you into the world of perinatal loss, inclusive of miscarriage, stillbirth, complex congenital anomalies, and pregnancy decision making. Participants will explore trauma-informed strategies, clinical techniques, and practical interventions to support bereaved parents, families, and providers impacted by loss.
PSI PMHA-POC Training
Addressing Microaggressions for Perinatal Mental Health Providers: This one-hour interactive webinar will be presented live on Friday September 29 at 12 CST/1 EST. Race-based microaggressions can exacerbate the stress and vulnerability that folks of color may expereicne during the perinatal period and can have numerous negative outcomes on physical and mental health. Microaggressions can also deepen existing divides between white folks and folks of color and can interfere with group-based work. We will examine how racial microaggressions can occur during perinatal mental health settings and will also build capacity for professionals to address them with confidence and skill. We will identify and discuss ways that perinatal professionals can respond when we witness microaggressions and why this is important in the context of our work.
Foundations in Paternal Perinatal Mental Health
PSI’s Foundations in Paternal Perinatal Mental Health presents you with key information regarding paternal perinatal mental health with an emphasis on psychosocial dynamics and evidence-based interventions with fathers
This 2-hour webinar covers Pharmacological Interventions in Pregnancy, Postpartum and Lactation and is designed as an intermediate level educational event in the study of perinatal mental health.
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