Perinatal Mental Health Training for Frontline Providers
Frontline Providers – OBGYNs, nurse practitioners, certified nurse-midwives, family doctors, internists, and others – are the first, and often the only, person new moms turn to. Are you ready to respond with effective and well-researched treatment options to help them get better?
Frontline Provider Training – The training, provided by PSI perinatal psychiatry experts, is designed to equip frontline providers with the skills necessary to assess patients for perinatal mental health complications and, as appropriate, provide treatment or connect individuals with additional resources and care. It is available as either a single day onsite course or via two 2 hour-long webinars.
Postpartum Support International (PSI) is the leading organization devoted to perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to supporting mothers, fathers, and families directly, PSI offers frontline healthcare providers with resources to help identify, support and treat individuals living with perinatal mental health complications.
The 2-day PSI Certificate of Completion Course, taught by experienced and engaging faculty, is a 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. Registration includes training binder, handouts, breakfast and lunch, and continuing education credits.
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PSI and 2020 Mom
Online Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training
Next Class begins September 2019
Deadline to register is September 4, 2019
8-Session Webinar Course
16 CE hours total
CMEs, NASW, APA, NBCC, NURSES
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Psychopharmacology in Perinatal Mental Health
2 credits hours – approved for CME, CNE, and CE
PSI presents “Psychopharmacology in Perinatal Mental Health,” an educational presentation of a live webinar presented by Chris Raines, APRN-BC. The 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. Recording is sent to your email after registration is complete. Discounts for PSI members and volunteers.
This course can be applied toward the Perinatal Mental Health Certification (PMH-C) training requirement, as 2 hours toward the 14 hour minimum perinatal mental health training. Learn more about the path to PMH Certification.
PSI President’s Advisory Council
Perinatal Mental Health Webinar Series
10.5 Credit Hours — CMEs, NASW, APA, NBCC
Learn from the experts!
- Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN
- Margaret Spinelli, MD
- Susan D. Stone, MSW, LCSW
- Vivette Glover, M.A., PhD, D.Sc.
- Kathleen A. Kendall Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA
- Shoshana Bennett, PhD
- Linda Klempner, PhD
This is a seven-class webinar series in perinatal mental health, covering identification, diagnosis, support, treatment, and latest research. The expert faculty, members of the PSI President’s Advisory Council, are experienced clinicians, researchers, and advocates. Topics include: Diagnosis and Screening of Perinatal Mood Disorders; Traumatic Childbirth; Postpartum Psychosis and Infanticide; Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Effects of prenatal stress, anxiety and depression on the fetus and the child; Latest research in postpartum depression; and the Six Types of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Discounted registration fee for PSI Members and Volunteers.
Recordings available for all classes. Register at any time, and we will send you recordings of past classes.
PSI Perinatal Social Support Webinar Training
Purchase Recordings of single classes, or the whole series
Developing support networks for pregnant and postpartum families
This web series is designed for all social support advocates for pregnant and postpartum women and families, including volunteers, group facilitators, community members, and providers involved in developing support groups or networks. Participants who attend all 11 classes will receive a PSI Certificate of Completion in Perinatal Social Support Network Development.
Learn from experienced leaders about supporting pregnant and postpartum moms, dads, and families. You’ll hear about successful telephone support, groups, community networks, recruiting and training volunteers, fundraising, and more. Network with others, share your questions, and find ways to develop your group or community network.
Visit www.psi-socialsupport-onlinetraining.eventbrite.com for more details, faculty biographies, and registration information.
This is a previously recorded course. You can begin this series at any time, and we will send you recordings and handouts from the sessions.
Postpartum Support International Webinars for Family and Community Support
Join us in a 4-class webinar series for families, communities, and advocates to learn from leaders in the field about strengthening support for families and communities. Our presenters are Jane Honikman, Susan Benjamin Feingold, Ann Dunnewold, and Timoria McQueen Saba.
All classes are recorded and available for viewing at your convenience.
Jane Honikman, MS
Beyond Talk into Action: Meeting the Needs of Perinatal Families
Susan Benjamin Feingold, PsyD
Legal Issues and Advocacy in perinatal mood disorders: PA 100-0574, an Illinois Ground-Breaking Law
Ann Dunnewold, PhD
Timoria McQueen Saba
Birth Trauma, PTSD, and its Effect on Moms and Families
Maternal Mental Health 101
90 minute complimentary webinar
1:30-3:00pm Eastern Time
Postpartum Support International & 2020 MOM
Faculty: Birdie Gunyon Meyer, RN, MA
Learn about the range of maternal mental health disorders, the prevalence, signs and symptoms and recommended treatment options in this complimentary webinar hosted by 2020 Mom and presented by Postpartum Support International.
- March 14, 2019 – Register here.
- June 6, 2019 – Register here.
- September 19, 2019 – Register here.
- December 5, 2019 – Register here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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