did you know?

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders can be temporary and treatable with professional help.

did you know?

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders can be temporary and treatable with professional help.

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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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