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2019 PSI Conference Handouts

Below are the conference handouts by session.
Please note, some speakers did not elect to share handouts or have not submitted them at this time. As we continue to receive handouts, we will upload them to the site.
We look forward to seeing you in Portland!

If you are attending the Pre-Conference Certificate Training and/or the Sunday Advanced Training, training manuals and materials will be provided onsite. 

KEYNOTE SESSIONS
Opening Keynote: Shafia Monroe, DEM, CDT, MPH
Keynote 2: Lee Cohen, MD
Closing Keynote: Trystan Reese

FRIDAY JUNE 28

BREAKOUT 1
1A: Advanced Perinatal Psychopharmacology, Part 1: What to Do
1B: Conversations that Count: Factoring in the Fathers
1C: : Disparities in Maternal Mortality Rates among African American Women
1D: PSI Chapters: Move Your State Forward! And Climb Out of the Darkness
1E: Healing the Traumatized Brain: EMDR and Brainspotting for Perinatal Trauma

BREAKOUT 2
2A: The Epidemic Rocks the Cradle: Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnancy and Postpartum
2B: Dad Hurts too: Enhancing Cultural Competence in Clinical Work with Fathers Impacted by Perinatal Loss & Grief
2C: When Rare Happens: Complex Cases & Supporting the Therapists Who Care for Them
2D: Pregnancy and Postpartum Support Minnesota’s Helpline and Peer Support Model
2E: Supporting The Highly Sensitive New Parent

BREAKOUT 3
3A: Differentiating Postpartum Psychosis from OCD & Intrusive Thoughts
3B: Supporting LGBQ/T Families: Moving from Tolerance to Cultural Humility (HANDOUTS NOT AVAILABLE) 
3C: What Perinatal Clients Have to Say About Eye Movement Modalities: EMDR, ART & Brainspotting
3D: Addressing Racial Microaggressions in Perinatal Group Settings
3E: Using DBT in Healing Mothers Attachment Wounds: Motherhood as a Developmental Stage

BREAKOUT 4
4A: Treatment Considerations for PMADs and Substance Use Disorders: Management of Complex Psychopharmacology
4B: Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Men and Non-Birth Partners
4C: Perinatal Mood Disorders and the Department of Corrections: When Work and Motherhood Create the Perfect Storm
4D: Healing Birth Trauma
4E: Black, Spiritual and Infertile: The Psycho-Emotional Impact of the Motherhood Mandate in Infertile Black Women

SATURDAY JUNE 29

BREAKOUT 5
5A: Keeping Families together: Tools for Supporting Parents with Mental Illness in Cases of Child Welfare Involvement
5B: From Surviving to Thriving: Healing the Embodied Brain in NICU Families
5D: It takes a Village – Community-Based Postpartum Support Model for All Families
5E: The Hormone Factor: Identifying & Navigating the PMS-PMAD-Perimenopause Connection

BREAKOUT 6
6A: Delivering Perinatal Psychiatric Care: Models in Their Infancy
6B: Boots and Babies: Challenges of Motherhood in Active Duty Military and Veteran Mothers Effecting Pre- and Postnatal Mental Health
6C: Maternal Mental Health and Infant Mental Health: What Clinicians Should Know
6D: I’m Not a Mental Health Professional: How Can I Help?
6E: Utilizing Mind-Body Integrative Trauma Therapies to Heal Traumatic Birth and Other Perinatal Experiences
6F: Treating Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnant and Postpartum Women

BREAKOUT 7
7A: Advanced Perinatal Psychopharmacology, Part 2: How to Do It
7B: Integrating Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) with EMDR in LGBTQ+ Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment
7C: Creating a Local Perinatal Mental Health Task Force: A Multidisciplinary Collective Impact Collaboration
7D: Criminal Law and Legal Advocacy in Maternal Mental Illness
7E: Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy with PMADS in an Inpatient
Setting
7F: The Role of Occupational Therapists in Maternal Mental Health

BREAKOUT 8
8A: Caring for a Family from Diagnosis of Postpartum Psychosis to Recovery
8B: Partner and Family Relationships, Emotional Availability, and Postpartum Sexual Health
8C: Perinatal Support in Tribal Communities
8D: National Maternal Mental Health Policy Landscape
8E: Striving for Optimal Care of Families Enduring Perinatal Loss to Minimize Trauma
8F: Clinician Self-Care and Cultural Humility in Perinatal Psychotherapy

SATURDAY 4:30-6:00pm NOT CAROL, A FILM SCREENING

SUNDAY JUNE 30

SUNDAY SEMINARS
9A: Reproductive Psychiatry Seminar
9B: Becoming the New Us: Protecting Perinatal Mental Health through Supporting the Couple Bond
9C: Learn How They Did It: Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Perinatal Mental Health Screening across Five Hospital Based Settings
9D: GPS Group Peer Support for Specialized Perinatal Populations
9E: Body Image, Eating Disorder Recovery, and Weight Stigma in Pregnancy and Motherhood Mitchell
9E: Linda Shanti McCabe

Postpartum Support International.