Live Streaming Conference Sessions
Friday June 20 - Saturday 21, 2014
27th Annual PSI Conference with University of North Carolina
Center for Women’s Mood Disorders
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
“Creating Connections between Communities, Practitioners, and Science: Innovative Care for Perinatal Mood Disorders”
Streaming in four blocks: Friday Morning and Friday Afternoon, and Saturday Morning and Sat Afternoon. View the agenda below for more details and times. Register for any or all of the blocks at the Event Brite Link above. We will send you the information to login to the Praeclarus Press webinar and view the live streaming sessions on Friday June 20 and Saturday June 21, 2014. All times noted in Eastern DST.
All streaming sessions are approved for CE and CMEs. For CERP approval, a post-test is required. Read more about CEs/CMEs HERE.
Friday 9:30- 10:30 Eastern
Karen Kleiman, MSW, LCSW. A New Married State: Postpartum depression and Tokens of Affection. Postpartum depression is hard on a marriage – Why do couples become angry, isolated, and disconnected. Tokens of Affection looks closely at marriages that have withstood the passing storm of depression and are now seeking direction back to their previous levels of functioning and connectedness. The presentation will introduce a model of collaboration with 8 features, supported by evidence-based research to guide postpartum couples back from depression, toward each other.
Friday 10:45-11:45 Eastern
Marian Earls, MD: Maternal Depression, Infant Toxic Stress and Screening in Primary Care. This workshop focuses on the AAP guidelines and rationale for screening in primary care offices, including successful implementation; data from learning collaboratives on screening rates and referrals; and description of the practice experience from a participating primary care clinician.
Friday 1:30-2:00 Eastern ~ KEYNOTE
Joy Burkhard, MBA, 2020 Mom Project. A Look from the Outside In: Barriers to Screening & Treatment and the 2020 Mom Project. Joy Burkhard, Founder of the California Maternal Mental Health Collaborative and the national 2020 Mom Project, Joy will share what brought her to our cause, her interest in collaboration, and what the 2020 Mom Project is doing to address barriers to care.
Friday 2:15-3:45pm Eastern:
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. Learn from this panel of experienced social support network leaders as they describe successful models of telephone and group support. Topics include recruiting and training volunteers, setting up telephone warmlines, support group formats and guidelines, outreach and developing a provider resource list, and effective ways to increase access for all families.
Friday 4:00 -5:30pm Eastern:
Gina Hassan, PhD; Lee Safran, MFT; Maria Muzik, MD: Effective Perinatal Groups and Mom Power: A Parenting and Mental Health Group Intervention for Mothers and Infants. In sharing group models of postpartum support, a Postpartum Stress Support Group and Mindfulness-Based New Moms’ Group, Gina Hassan PhD and Lee Safran, MFT will examine the benefits of each for different phases of treatment and women’s postpartum presentation. Maria Muzik, MD will describe the Mom Power curriculum, which provide mothers with tools and skills to appropriately regulate their own mental health and stress symptoms, and to meet their children’s needs through sensitive and attuned parenting practice.
Saturday 8:15-9:15am Eastern Time
Marguerite Morgan LMSW, PhD, CAADC, IMH-E (II): Perinatal Mood Disorders among African American Childbearing Women. Dr. Morgan is the Clinical Supervisor of Arbor Circle Early Childhood Services in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Break in Streaming: 9:15-10:15am Eastern
Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, PhD: Study of stress, hormones and mood in Latina women. The results from a new longitudinal study will focus on the association between hormones, stress, trauma, and postpartum depression among perinatal Latina women (U.S-born and foreign-born, English- and Spanish-speakers).
Saturday 11:15-12:15 Eastern
Licia Freeman, M.A., Assessment and Treatment of Postpartum Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Postpartum OCD affects not only the mother, but the whole family. This presentation will explore the etiology and assessment of postpartum OCD, and focus on successful treatment of that disorder utilizing evidence-based approaches.
KEYNOTE: SATURDAY 2:00-2:45 Eastern
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.
Saturday 3:00 - 4:00pm Eastern
William Meyer, MSW: Holding a Mother/Holding A Baby: Forging Connections with the Low Income Pregnant Woman. For nearly two decades, this presenter and scores of social work graduate students have provided psychosocial casework for the urban poor at Duke’s high-risk obstetrics clinic. This presentation tells that story.
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