PSI Annual Conference 2014

June 18 - June 21, 2014
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
27th Annual Postpartum Support International Conference 
with University of North Carolina Center for Women’s Mood Disorders

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

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2014 Main Conference Agenda 

Pre-Conference PSI Perinatal Mood Disorders Certificate Training Course Agenda

Sponsorship and Exhibitor Information

Please donate to our PSI Volunteer Conference Scholarship Fund

Conference Lodging 

Chapel Hill Courtyard by Marriott
Special rate available until Tue May 27, 2014

Call the Marriott at 800-321-2211 or 919-883-0700
Mention the UNC Mood Disorders Conference Block to make reservations
or Click below to reserve a room at our discounted rate

Courtyard by Marriott Standard Room $109 USD per night

2014 Conference Keynote Presenters:

  • David Rubinow, MD, Assad Meymandi Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an internationally known expert in the evaluation and treatment of women with mood disorders that occur during periods of hormonal change, will speak about cutting edge research on women’s mental health.

  • Marguerite Morgan, LMSW, PhD, Clinical Supervisor of Arbor Circle Early Childhood Services, Grand Rapids, MI, will address Perinatal Mood Disorders and the perspectives of African American childbearing women.

  • Joy Burkhard, MBA, founder of the California Maternal Mental Health Collaborative and the national 2020 Mom Project campaign will address working with multiple stakeholders to advance maternal mental health systems change.

  • Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH, Director of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Perinatal Psychiatry Program, will review psychopharmacologic treatment of perinatal psychiatric illness.



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