The 2023 Annual PSI Conference provides an opportunity to meet, learn together and share ideas with others involved in the field of Perinatal Mental Health.  The Conference is scheduled Jun 28- July 2, 2023 in Kansas City, MO.  Sign up for the PSI e-news to keep up to date on conference planning.

Susan Hickman Research Award

Apply for 2023 award.
Applications Due April 3, 2023

Exhibit or Sponsor at the PSI Conference!

Our conference is attended by more than 1000 professionals. Contact for more information about exhibiting at the PSI 2023 Annual Conference in Kansas City.

Perinatal Loss: Clinical and Supportive Care

At the Conference- 2 day presentation June 28th and 29th, 2023.   75 person limit.

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.

PMH-C Certification at Conference

The PSI Conference Program contains the following tracks: Perinatal Psychiatry; Psychotherapy; Integrated Care and Systems; Fathers, Families, and Partners; and Peer Support & Advocacy. To qualify to take the PMH-C Certification Exam, candidates must complete 14 hours of a PMD training (e.g., the pre-conference course) plus an 6-hour advanced interactive training in their certification track. At the Conference, you can complete all of these requirements. Learn about the PMH-C Certification path at the Annual Conference through the button below.

Call for Proposals

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Conference Handouts

Access handouts from past PSI Conferences here.