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Creating Connections between Communities, Practitioners, and Science: Innovative Care for Perinatal Mood Disorders 

The PSI 2014 Annual Conference program co-sponspored by UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders includes 4 expert keynotes and 27 breakout sessions. You can order recordings of individual sessions or a full set of the entire conference here. 

Download and Print Order Form for recordings HERE

 Order Options:
  • Single Session: MP3 $8, CD $12
  • Full Conference Set of MP3s, on a USB drive, at a 50% discount $179
  • Full Conference Set of Audio CDs, at a 25% discount $269

KEYNOTE I: DAVID RUBINOW, MD 

Cutting Edge Research on Women's Mental Health. Hormonal fluctuations and the relationship to postpartum mood disorders

BREAKOUT SESSIONS I

  1. Integrative and Holistic Approaches to Antepartum and Postpartum Mood:Kelly Brogan MD ABIHM, Healy Smith MD, and Maria Muzik MD
  2. Developing Screening, Treatment, & Support in Pediatric Primary Care: Matthew Broom, MD, Amy Ladley, PhD
  3. A New Married State: Postpartum depression and Tokens of Affection: Karen Kleiman, MSW, LCSW

BREAKOUT SESSIONS II

  1. My baby would be better off without me: Straight talk about Suicide: Gabrielle Kaufman, MA,LPCC,BC-DMT,NCC
  2. Beyond the Myths, Implications for Care: How adoption shapes motherhood for Birthmothers, Adoptees and Adoptive Parents: Beth Bassett, LPC and Jessica Harrison, LCSW
  3. Maternal Depression, Infant Toxic Stress and Screening in Primary Care: Marian Earls, MD
  4. Breastmilk, Epigenetics and PMAD: Unraveling the relationship between support, genetics and long-term impact of breastmilk: Laurel Wilson, IBCLC; Maternal Mental Health and Breastfeeding; Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers and Babies: Maggie Muir, LMFT, IBCLC

KEYNOTE II: Joy Burkhard, MBA

A Look from the Outside In: Barriers to Screening & Treatment and the 2020 Mom Project.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS III

  1. Sustainable Community Networks: Working Models of Telephone and Group Support: Moderator Birdie Meyer, RN, MA; Crystal Clancy, Lisa Cross, Wendy Davis, Liz Friedman, Adrienne Griffen, Melissa Hoffman, Sonia Murdock, Jennifer Silliman
  2. Pregnancy and Eating Disorders; 9 Months of Cravings V/S A Lifetime of Struggles: Fatima Ali, MD, Dawn Leprich-Graves, MA; Eating Disorders and the Effects on Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period, Jacqueline V. Cohen, LPC, CHT and Kris Shock, CPS
  3. Becoming Us - Family Bonding, Elly Taylor; Why Dads Leave - Why Dads Stay: Male Postpartum Abandonment Syndrome: John W. Travis, MD, MPH; Partner-Assisted Interpersonal Psychotherapy Anna R. Brandon, PhD, MCS, ABPP
  4. Meditation, Mindfulness and Yoga in treatment and support of Perinatal Mood Disorders: Diane Sanford, PhD; Susan Ellis Murphy, MA, BSN, RNC-OB, LPC; Robin Muskal, PhD

BREAKOUT SESSIONS IV

  1. Effective Perinatal Groups: Gina Hassan, PhD and Lee Safran, MFT; Maria Muzik, MD - Mom Power: A Parenting and Mental Health Group Intervention for Mothers and Infants
  2. Three Faces of Psychotherapy: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy Demonstrated: Crystal Edler Schiller, PhD, Noreen Esposito, EdD, PMHNP, Anna Brandon, PhD
  3. Pregnancy Loss Support Program; Baby Loss and Postpartum: Nancy Berlow, LCSW-R; Julie Bindeman, PsyD
  4. From Crisis to Contribution: Turning Our Lived Experience into Advocacy: Moderator Wendy Davis, PhD, Jennifer H Moyer, BS; Michele Davidson PhD, CNM, CFN, RN; Tara Tulley, CPM, LCSW; Pam Moffitt from Tree of Hope

KEYNOTE III: Marguerite Morgan LMSW, PhD, CAADC, IMH-E (II):

Perinatal Mood Disorders and the perspectives of African American childbearing women.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS V

  1. Study of stress, hormones and mood in Latina women: Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, PhD
  2. Reproductive Psychiatry Group: Special Topics in Perinatal Psychiatry. Cases and topics moderated by Adrienne Einarson, RN, Reproductive Psychiatry Group Founder, with Nicole Cirino, MD; Benita Dieperink, MD, Alison Hermann, MD; Pec Indman, EdD, MFT
  3. Understanding Infanticide: Diana Lynn Barnes, PsyD, MFT; Examining Postpartum Psychosis: Michelle Davidson, PhD, CNM, CFN, RN, CPS; Lora Peppard
  4. Complex Trauma and Loss in Postpartum: A Psychodynamic Approach: Lorraine Caputo, MSW, LCSW; Cognitive Processing Therapy for Traumatic Birth: Anna R. Brandon, PhD

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VI

  1. Assessment and Treatment of Postpartum Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Licia Freeman, M.A.
  2. Texting as an Adjunct Treatment for Urban Mothers with PMAD’s: Elizabeth Rhyne, RN & Ashley Borawski, RN, Amy Ladley, PhD; Online Psychotherapy and Support for Perinatal Women: The Wave of The Future: Pec Indman, EdD, MFT
  3. Stakeholder Meetings: The First Step in Leading Transformational Change: Joy Burkhard & Liz Friedman
  4. Women’s Integrated Systems for Health (WISH): Developing Innovative Partnerships to Improve Women’s Health: Sarah Verbiest, DrPh, Stephen Orton, PhD, MPH 

KEYNOTE IV: Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH: 

Pharmacologic Management of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: A Comprehensive Review of Risks and Benefits. Dr. Meltzer-Brody is the Director of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Perinatal Psychiatry Program.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VII

  1. Holding a Mother/Holding A Baby: Forging Connections with the Low Income Pregnant Woman: William Meyer, MSW
  2. "Ask the Pediatrician": Bridging Pediatrics and Perinatal Mental Health: Margaret Howard, PhD; Dana Kaplan, MD
  3. Psychotropic Medication During Pregnancy: Scientist, Industry, Clinician and Patient Perspectives: Edith Gettes, MD & Vani Vannappagarri, MBBS, MPH, PhD
  4. Intensive Intervention for Perinatal Mood Disorders: The Pine Rest Mother & Baby Program: Cristina Stauffer, LMSW and Nancy Roberts RN, CCE, CBC

Recordings by Backcountry Productions
5851 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97218
info@Backcountry-Productions.com 
(904) 460-2379

Creating Connections between Communities, Practitioners, and Science: Innovative Care for Perinatal Mood Disorders 

The PSI 2014 Annual Conference program co-sponspored by UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders includes 4 expert keynotes and 27 breakout sessions. You can order recordings of individual sessions or a full set of the entire conference here. 

Download and Print Order Form for recordings HERE

 Order Options:
  • Single Session: MP3 $8, CD $12
  • Full Conference Set of MP3s, on a USB drive, at a 50% discount $179
  • Full Conference Set of Audio CDs, at a 25% discount $269

KEYNOTE I: DAVID RUBINOW, MD 

Cutting Edge Research on Women's Mental Health. Hormonal fluctuations and the relationship to postpartum mood disorders

BREAKOUT SESSIONS I

  1. Integrative and Holistic Approaches to Antepartum and Postpartum Mood:Kelly Brogan MD ABIHM, Healy Smith MD, and Maria Muzik MD
  2. Developing Screening, Treatment, & Support in Pediatric Primary Care: Matthew Broom, MD, Amy Ladley, PhD
  3. A New Married State: Postpartum depression and Tokens of Affection: Karen Kleiman, MSW, LCSW

BREAKOUT SESSIONS II

  1. My baby would be better off without me: Straight talk about Suicide: Gabrielle Kaufman, MA,LPCC,BC-DMT,NCC
  2. Beyond the Myths, Implications for Care: How adoption shapes motherhood for Birthmothers, Adoptees and Adoptive Parents: Beth Bassett, LPC and Jessica Harrison, LCSW
  3. Maternal Depression, Infant Toxic Stress and Screening in Primary Care: Marian Earls, MD
  4. Breastmilk, Epigenetics and PMAD: Unraveling the relationship between support, genetics and long-term impact of breastmilk: Laurel Wilson, IBCLC; Maternal Mental Health and Breastfeeding; Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers and Babies: Maggie Muir, LMFT, IBCLC

KEYNOTE II: Joy Burkhard, MBA

A Look from the Outside In: Barriers to Screening & Treatment and the 2020 Mom Project.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS III

  1. Sustainable Community Networks: Working Models of Telephone and Group Support: Moderator Birdie Meyer, RN, MA; Crystal Clancy, Lisa Cross, Wendy Davis, Liz Friedman, Adrienne Griffen, Melissa Hoffman, Sonia Murdock, Jennifer Silliman
  2. Pregnancy and Eating Disorders; 9 Months of Cravings V/S A Lifetime of Struggles: Fatima Ali, MD, Dawn Leprich-Graves, MA; Eating Disorders and the Effects on Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period, Jacqueline V. Cohen, LPC, CHT and Kris Shock, CPS
  3. Becoming Us - Family Bonding, Elly Taylor; Why Dads Leave - Why Dads Stay: Male Postpartum Abandonment Syndrome: John W. Travis, MD, MPH; Partner-Assisted Interpersonal Psychotherapy Anna R. Brandon, PhD, MCS, ABPP
  4. Meditation, Mindfulness and Yoga in treatment and support of Perinatal Mood Disorders: Diane Sanford, PhD; Susan Ellis Murphy, MA, BSN, RNC-OB, LPC; Robin Muskal, PhD

BREAKOUT SESSIONS IV

  1. Effective Perinatal Groups: Gina Hassan, PhD and Lee Safran, MFT; Maria Muzik, MD - Mom Power: A Parenting and Mental Health Group Intervention for Mothers and Infants
  2. Three Faces of Psychotherapy: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy Demonstrated: Crystal Edler Schiller, PhD, Noreen Esposito, EdD, PMHNP, Anna Brandon, PhD
  3. Pregnancy Loss Support Program; Baby Loss and Postpartum: Nancy Berlow, LCSW-R; Julie Bindeman, PsyD
  4. From Crisis to Contribution: Turning Our Lived Experience into Advocacy: Moderator Wendy Davis, PhD, Jennifer H Moyer, BS; Michele Davidson PhD, CNM, CFN, RN; Tara Tulley, CPM, LCSW; Pam Moffitt from Tree of Hope

KEYNOTE III: Marguerite Morgan LMSW, PhD, CAADC, IMH-E (II):

Perinatal Mood Disorders and the perspectives of African American childbearing women.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS V

  1. Study of stress, hormones and mood in Latina women: Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, PhD
  2. Reproductive Psychiatry Group: Special Topics in Perinatal Psychiatry. Cases and topics moderated by Adrienne Einarson, RN, Reproductive Psychiatry Group Founder, with Nicole Cirino, MD; Benita Dieperink, MD, Alison Hermann, MD; Pec Indman, EdD, MFT
  3. Understanding Infanticide: Diana Lynn Barnes, PsyD, MFT; Examining Postpartum Psychosis: Michelle Davidson, PhD, CNM, CFN, RN, CPS; Lora Peppard
  4. Complex Trauma and Loss in Postpartum: A Psychodynamic Approach: Lorraine Caputo, MSW, LCSW; Cognitive Processing Therapy for Traumatic Birth: Anna R. Brandon, PhD

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VI

  1. Assessment and Treatment of Postpartum Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Licia Freeman, M.A.
  2. Texting as an Adjunct Treatment for Urban Mothers with PMAD’s: Elizabeth Rhyne, RN & Ashley Borawski, RN, Amy Ladley, PhD; Online Psychotherapy and Support for Perinatal Women: The Wave of The Future: Pec Indman, EdD, MFT
  3. Stakeholder Meetings: The First Step in Leading Transformational Change: Joy Burkhard & Liz Friedman
  4. Women’s Integrated Systems for Health (WISH): Developing Innovative Partnerships to Improve Women’s Health: Sarah Verbiest, DrPh, Stephen Orton, PhD, MPH 

KEYNOTE IV: Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH: 

Pharmacologic Management of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: A Comprehensive Review of Risks and Benefits. Dr. Meltzer-Brody is the Director of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Perinatal Psychiatry Program.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VII

  1. Holding a Mother/Holding A Baby: Forging Connections with the Low Income Pregnant Woman: William Meyer, MSW
  2. "Ask the Pediatrician": Bridging Pediatrics and Perinatal Mental Health: Margaret Howard, PhD; Dana Kaplan, MD
  3. Psychotropic Medication During Pregnancy: Scientist, Industry, Clinician and Patient Perspectives: Edith Gettes, MD & Vani Vannappagarri, MBBS, MPH, PhD
  4. Intensive Intervention for Perinatal Mood Disorders: The Pine Rest Mother & Baby Program: Cristina Stauffer, LMSW and Nancy Roberts RN, CCE, CBC

Recordings by Backcountry Productions
5851 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97218
info@Backcountry-Productions.com 
(904) 460-2379

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