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Advanced Maternal Mental Health Clinical Skills: 2 day training

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Three seasoned therapists, PSI Coordinators, and National Trainers will be leading a 2 day training building on the basics of Maternal Mental Health, helping you to deepen your understanding of the complexities of this speciality. Utilizing case studies, small discussions and experiential activities, increase you ability to assess your clients, build your intervention tool box and connect with others in the field.

CEU's for professional counselors and social workers.

5 CEUs Per day


Day 1: 8:30-4:15pm

Topics:

  • Anxiety; Postpartum OCD

  • Relationship and Sexuality Pregnancy/Postpartum

  • Self Care : Parallel process (Yoga/Meditation)

  • Business Development; Private Practice Growth

  • Case Studies, Small Groups Discussions, Experiential

Objectives:

  • Understand the significance of and identify postpartum OCD

  • Build therapeutic skills used to help with the complexity of intrusive thoughts and images.

  • Explore how pregnancy/ postpartum period can impact relationships & sexuality.

  • Understand how self care impacts the postpartum period with our clients as us as providers.

  • Develop beginning steps of a marketing plan in maternal mental health.

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Day 2: 8:30-4:15pm

Topics

  • Perinatal Loss

  • Grief

  • Birth Trauma

  • Obstetric Violence

  • Cultural competence

Objectives:

  • Describe the definition and stages of perinatal loss and grief.

  • Differentiate healthy and unhealthy grief, ambiguous loss and disenfranchised

  • Discuss challenges of pregnancy after loss.

  • Acquire and reinforce professional skills to support families who have experienced perinatal loss.

  • Describe the different forms of birth trauma.

  • Discuss the concept of obstetric violence (OV) as a form of gender-based violence.

  • Identify the effects of birth trauma and obstetric violence in women, their family and companions (including birth workers).

  • Introduce the International Observatory of Obstetric Violence and discuss ways to collaborate with the movement.

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