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2018 PMDD Annual Conference - eLearning

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Did you miss the 2018 PMDD Annual Conference? Not to worry because you can still attend online! Gain access to video presentations, slides, and resources that will help you better understand the etiology, diagnosis, impact, and treatment of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) and Premenstrual Exacerbation (PME) of underlying disorders.

Registration will provide you access to a closed Facebook group. You may complete each unit at your convenience, ask questions, connect with fellow attendees, and more. Once registered, you are guaranteed access to the materials as long as you maintain as an active Facebook account.*


  • Female Considerations in the Selection of Psychotropic Medications
    John Stapert PhD

  • Do hormone changes across the menstrual cycle influence suicidal thoughts in women?: Evidence from a transdiagnostic sample
    Tory Eisenlohr-Moul PhD
    University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, Management Guidelines
    Andrea Chisholm MD FACOG

  • CBT and DBT for PMDD
    Kristine V. Spano, Psy.D

  • PMDD & Relationships
    Brett Buchert
    Me v PMDD

  • PMDD, PME, and Female Suicidality
    Tory Eisenlohr-Moul PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago and
    Jenni Kay Long RYT LCSW ADS, Onesong Wellness

  • Reproductive Mood Disorders From Menarche to Menopause, Uncovering the Role of Stress and Steroid Hormone Sensitivity
    Susan Girdler PhD
    UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders

  • Stress Response in PMDD
    Liisa Hantsoo PhD
    Penn Center For Women's Behavioral Wellness

  • Navigating PMDD with Mindfulness
    Jenni Kay Long RYT LCSW ADS
    Onesong Wellness

  • PMDD and Addiction
    Sandi MacDonald CFLE
    Gia Allemand Foundation / IAPMD

  • Power of Tracking
    Brett Buchert, Me v PMDD and
    Tory Eisenlohr-Moul PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Patient Panel: Acupuncture to Zoloft


CE / CEUs / CMEs are not yet available for eLearning. Participants will be notified when Continuing Education Credits become available.


*Not on Facebook? Not a problem. Off-Facebook access will be made available in the near future. Contact us for more information.


We understand PMDD, PME, and mental illness can cause financial hardship. Scholarships are available to those in need at https://iapmd.org/elsa.

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