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26th Annual Postpartum Support International Conference
with NAMI Minnesota

Innovation and Advocacy to Support the Mental Health of Pregnant and Postpartum Families 

The PSI and NAMI MN 2013 Annual Conference program includes 5 expert keynotes and 22 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 60 minute Session: MP3 $10, CD $12
  • Single 90 minute Session: MP3 $12, CD $16
  • 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, Friday June 21, 2013

Birth Trauma, PTSD, and Perinatal Mental Health: Cheryl Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN; Penny Simkin, PT; and Sharon Storton, MA, CHT, LMFT moderated by Pat Harrison, PhD

BREAKOUT SESSIONS I

  1. Surviving the NICU Experience: Postpartum Moms, Moods, and Strengthening Attachments: Leslie Butterfield, PhD
  2. Transforming Science into Strategy: A Multidisciplinary Model for Perinatal Mood Disorder Screening: Alison Palmer, MS, WHNP-BC
  3. Strengthening Perinatal Families: Using Couple’s and Family Therapy to Heal Relationships: Christina G. Hibbert, PsyD
  4. "Aquí Para Ti/Here for You" A glimpse at those overlooked - Latino Teens with Postpartum Depression: Amelia Yaurincela Pizarro & Mónica Hurtado

BREAKOUT SESSIONS II

  1. Policy and public health aspects of addressing postpartum depression Katy Kozhimannil, PhD, MPA; Patricia McGovern, PhD; Dwenda Gjerdingen, MD, MS; Laura Attanasio
  2. Workshop: Developing a Sustainable Social Support Network in Your Community Birdie Meyer, RN, MA Moderator, with Social Support Network Leaders Meeka Centimano, LSCSW; Wendy Davis, PhD; Tonya Fulwider; Adrienne Griffen, Elizabeth Hopfenspirger, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, Heidi Koss, MA, LMHC; Lynne McIntyre, MSW, LGSW; Sonia Murdock
  3. The Next Chapter: Building from Our Own Stories Moderator Suzanne Swanson, PhD, with Ashley Ashbacher LSW,CD(DONA): Birth trauma; Michele Davidson, PhD, CNM, CFN, RN, CPS: Postpartum Psychosis; Mikki Morrissette (Single mothers by choice); Jennifer Moyer: Advocacy and Perinatal Mental Health; Trisha Falvey: LGBT Experience

KEYNOTE II, Friday June 21, 2013

Suporting Secure Parent-Child Attachment in the Face of Maternal Depression and Other Risks, Martha Farrell Erickson, PhD, Founding Director (Emerita) of the University of Minnesota's Children, Youth, & Family Consortium and Co-host of Mom Enough™
 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS III

  1. Doulas: Adding Another Dimension to Effective PMAD Support: Melinda Ferguson, CD(DONA), PCD(DONA), PDT(DONA)
  2. Continuous Innovation in Established Perinatal Depression Screening Programs: Jo Kim, PhD
  3. Promoting Maternal Mental Health through the Community-Based Perinatal Support Model for Mothers: Liz Friedman, MFA and Linda Jablonski, APRN

BREAKOUT SESSIONS IV

  1. Fussy Baby Network® New Orleans & Gulf Coast: Addressing Family Wellness Courtney Morse Costello, MSW, MPH, LCSW and Jennifer Hofherr, OTR/L, MS
  2. Unraveling Antepartum and Postpartum Mood: Contributing Factors and Alternative Treatments Kelly Brogan, MD
  3. Postpartum Education for Parents (PEP), 35 years of Successful Social Support Chris Errea and Jane Honikman, MS

BANQUET KEYNOTE: Mary Jo Codey, Former First Lady of New Jersey, Perinatal Mental Health Advocate


KEYNOTE III, Saturday, June 22

Current Research and Clinical Updates in Perinatal Mental Health, Laura Miller, MD, Director, Women's Mental Health Division Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

BREAKOUT SESSIONS V

  1. Maternal Mental Health Legislation and Advocacy Workshop: How to create policy and implement change, Wendy Davis, PhD, Liz Friedman, Sue Abderholden, MPH; Sonia Murdock; Joy Burkhard, MBA; Carole Sheehan, RN, MA; Christina Hibbert, PhD, Tina Walch, MD, Pauline Walfisch, LCSW
  2. Infant-Parent Psychotherapy Elizabeth Carlson, PhD and Susan Schultz, PhD, from the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program (IECMH) at the University of Minnesota
  3. Failure to Progress: The Paradox of Pain in Childbirth and Subsequent PTSD Walker Karraa, PhDc and Heidi Koss, MA, LMHC

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VI

  1. Bridges in Care: Results from the OB CARES Project Gina Fedock, MSW; Christie Palladino, MD, MSc; Caroline Bonham, MD
  2. Postpartum Psychosis and the Law Diana Lynn Barnes, PsyD and George Parnham, JD
  3. Stretching the boundaries: Training non-mental health perinatal professionals to meet the support needs of rural pregnant and postpartum women Deborah Rich, PhD, LP; Krista Post, MA, LP; Maureen O’Dougherty, PhD; Suzanne Swanson, PhD, LP; Crystal Clancy, MA LMFT

KEYNOTE IV, June 22, 2013 

Birthing Project USA: The Underground Railroad for New Life, Kathryn Hall-Trujillo, MPH

BREAKOUT SESSIONS VII

  1. Feelings, Thoughts, Behaviors Oh My! A New NICU Family Program Sage Saxton, PsyD and Jillian Romm, RN, LCSW, from Oregon Health & Science University
  2. Making Children Visible by Addressing the Parenting Needs of Mothers with Serious Mental Illness Helen Kim, MD; Jesse Kuendig, MA, LICSW; Catherine Wright, MS, LPCC; Julie Pearson, MSW
  3. ACT: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Treat Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Nina Appadurai, PsyD, and Linda Huelke-Pfleger, MS, LCPC

Conference 2013 Close Session

SATURDAY June 22, 4:15p- 4:45p
Benita Dieperink, MD, 2013 Program Conference Chair
Wendy N. Davis, PhD, PSI Executive Director


Conference 2011 “Whole Care for the Whole Family”
25th Annual Postpartum Support International Conference
September 16th & 17th, 2011, Seattle, WA

Postpartum Support International Certificate of Completion

The PSI and PSI-Washington 2011 Annual Conference presented 4 stellar keynotes and 32 expert breakout sessions. You can order recordings of individual sessions or a full set of the entire conference here. Three of the keynotes are available as video recordings.

Download and Print Order Form HERE.

You will find the listings below on the order form.

 Order Options:
  • Single 60 minute Audio Recordings $12
  • Single 90 minute Audio Recordings $18
  • Full Conference Set of MP3s, on a data DVD $179
  • Full Conference Set of Audio CDs $299

Friday, September 16th, 2011, Conference Day 1

Keynote 1: Margaret Howard, MD, Nicole Cirino, MD & Chris Raines; Inpatient & Outpatient Hospital Mother-Infant Programs - available as audio or video recording. 

1 Ward ECT for PPMD
2 Butterfield PPMD & Attachment Issues for Moms with Babies in the NICU
3 Birch, Kulbel & Norland Dyadic Model of Treatment for PostPartum Support & Education
4 King Meaning of Perinatal Stressors Impacting Depression for… 

5 Gentry Psychiatric Medicine in Pregnancy, “Informed Consent…” 
6 Hibbert Perinatal Loss & Grief and Family Healing
7 Bernardo & Miltenberger Role of Psychologist in High Risk Pregnancies
8 Schneider & Kaufman Working Outside the Box: Caring for Special Needs PMAD Family (Sorry, session 8 is not available due to technical difficulties)

Keynote 2: Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP Happiest Baby on the Block (available in audio)

  9 Paris, DeVoe, Ross & Bruder When A Baby is Born During Deployment
10 Barnes Perinatal Mental Illness – Potential for Harm 
11 Silber Integrating EMDR into Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders
12 Cycon & Friedman Intro to Mother Woman Postpartum Support Group Training

13 Foulkrod Yoga & Meditation with Talk Therapy
14 Hall Self & Brain Anxiety: A Perfect Postpartum Storm
15 Trlica The Fatherhood Dilemma: Reality vs. Expectation
16 Regev Unhappily Pregnant: Assessment, Diagnosis, & Treatment of Depressed Pregnant Women

Saturday Sessions, September 17, 2011

Keynote 3: Jeanne Watson Driscoll: Women Living w/ Bipolar II Disorder: A Qualitative Study

17 Moore Asian Medicine & Acupuncture in Treating PPMD & Fatigue 
18 Gillespie & Davis START: Screening Tools & Referral Training for Pediatricians
19 Lane & Swanson Another Birth, Another Story: A Class for Pregnant Couples…
20 Giarratono & Harville After Disaster: Vulnerability & Resilience of Childbearing Women

21 Haworth & Akers Dog Tags & Depression: Addressing Needs of Military Families
22 Freeman Assessment & Treatment of Postpartum OCD 
23 Martin Alternative Health Supports for Perinatal Mood Disorders

Keynote 4: Kathleen Kendall Tackett Treatment Options for Depressed Breastfeeding Mothers

25 Rosenberg, Bereman-Skelly Soaring to New Heights: Exploring Internet-based Peer Support
26 Part 1: Lara, Berenzon & Juarez Depression in Pregnant & Parenting Mexican Adolescents. Part 2: Sheila Duffy Postpartum Basic Support Skills for Multicultural Workers
27 Moderator: Wendy Davis, Lessons from Tried, True & Tested Social Support Networks 
28 Moderator: Walker Karraa, Bringing Birth to the Table: Childbirth Education & Doula Care

29 Paris Dyadic Interventions for PostPartum Depression
30 Morelli BirthTouch Shiatsu & Acupressure for Childbearing Year 
31 Brandon Partner Assisted Therapy for Perinatal Depression
32 Jordan WE are Becoming Parents: Involving Dads

Please CLICK HERE to download and print your order form.

Recordings by Backcountry Productions
624 SW Hill Street Bend, OR 97702 (904) 460-2379
info@Backcountry-Productions.com 

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