April 11-12, 2019
This training is open, but not limited, to nurses, doulas, midwives, providers, home visitors, social workers, community health workers, therapists, provider office staff, and anyone seeking a greater knowledge of perinatal mental health!
This year’s Summit will be a full two day conference full of education surrounding perinatal mood & anxiety disorders and working with those who are affected by them including trauma informed care, communications skills, recognition, screening, local resources and networking opportunities.
CEUs & CNEs available.
2019 Speakers & Sessions will include:
Wendy Davis, PhD
Wendy Davis is the Executive Director of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and lives in Portland, OR. She began her career as a psychotherapist in 1987, and started specializing in perinatal mental health after recovering from postpartum depression and anxiety in 1994. She founded Oregon’s first perinatal mental health support organization, Baby Blues Connected in 1994, became a PSI support coordination in 1997, and was hired as the PSI Executive Director in 2009.
Emily Little, PhD
Dr. Emily Little completed her Ph.D. at University of California, San Diego, in developmental psychology. Her research examines maternal-infant health behavior from a cultural and psychological perspective, seeking to understand the nuances of mother-infant interaction as well as the broader societal norms that govern health behavior.
Breakout Session Topics:
Emily Little, PhD: Informed & Supported: The double-edged sword of breastfeeding and how to support parents in their infant feeding journey
Dr. Angela Zallen, MD: Perinatal Depression & Anxiety Screening in Pediatric Offices
Erin Grace, RN Labor & Delivery: Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support
Michelle Molony, MSW, LCSW: The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Experience & the impact on parents
Natasha Crow, MA, LPC Inter: The Disparities in Treatment of Women of Color Experiencing PMADs
Sequoia Kantara, Doula: Supporting Gender Diversity in Birthwork
Wendy Davis, PhD: Psychosis & CAHOOTS
Tamara Hughes, LCSW: Birth Trauma
Please contact us with any questions you may have.