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MAY 2016 SCHEDULE: Day Training (8:00 am – 4:00 pm): Perinatal Mental Health Training with Dr. Wendy Davis
Speaker: Wendy Davis, PhD, Executive Director of Postpartum Support International
Intended Audience: Midwives, doulas, social workers, nurses, therapists, lactation consultants, volunteers
Registration Fee: $150
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
- Understand the difference between normal perinatal adjustment and the risks and range of perinatal mental health issues.
- Identify methods of screening and assessment for mental health risk during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
- Apply knowledge of strengths-based approach to assessment, psychoeducation, and referral.
- Learn how to talk to moms, dads, and families about the risks of untreated mental health disorders in a nonjudgmental way.
- Describe the symptoms of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders: depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorders, and psychosis.
- Describe the impact and signs of paternal depression and anxiety.
- Identify evidence-based prenatal and postpartum risk factors.
- Describe cultural issues related to perinatal mental health and identify culturally relevant approaches for providers.
- Identify effective referral process for pregnant and postpartum women and families.
- Identify local and online resources for support, education, and treatment.
Evening Training (5:30 – 9:00 pm): Clinical Considerations for Perinatal Mental Health
Speakers: Wendy Davis, PhD, Executive Director Postpartum Support International ; Nicole Cirino, MD, OHSU Professor of Psychiatry; Marc Zola, LMFT, from Eugene Therapy
Intended Audience: obstetricians/gynecologists, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other physicians and providers
Registration Fee: $150 (CMEs and equivalents will be available)
Dinner will be provided.
- Recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of perinatal mood disorders
- Safety of medications in pregnancy and lactation, an update
- Prevention of PTSD in patients
- Counseling skills for providers
- Management of medications 201 in depression and anxiety
To register, please visit Perinatal Health Training Registration.