Per Adrienne Griffen from PSI Virgina : Hello, all The early registration deadline for the PPD conference May 7-8 at the National Institute of Mental Health has been extended until April 15. We have extended the deadline because we were able to add CEUs for psychologists and therapists (along with social workers) to the event.
The deadline for early admission is rapidly approaching. If you are interested in registering for the June Training class, please submit the application prior to April 5th, or email me that you intend to join the group so I can save a spot for you. Click here for training details.
Six free one hour teleconferences will presented (and repeated) by Susan Ellis Murphy, MA, BSN, LPC. on symptoms and treatment of prenatal and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders. She will also be available to answer your questions. Here are the dates and times the teleconference will be presented: April 6 noonApril 13 3pmApril 30 9pmMay […]
For those of you who prefer to listen to your books, two of our books are now available on CD. You can purchase the CDs at any of the following sources: Amazon.comBuybooksontheweb.comDirectly from the publisher spokenbookspublishing.comtoll free 1-877-buy-book (1-877-289-2665) Soon, they will be available as download versions on audible.com and itunes.com
THERAPY AND THE POSTPARTUM WOMAN: Notes on Healing Postpartum Depressionfor Clinicians and the Women Who Seek Their Help 8 credits for only $31.92! “Therapy and the Postpartum Woman provides valuable information on providing effective therapy to women with postpartum depression. The book is written in an engaging manner with many relevant case studies.” Ce4less.com Ce4less.com […]
Blue Cross of California has recently launched an initiative to educate new mothers about postpartum depression and encourage them to make their physicians aware if they are experiencing symptoms or are concerned about being at risk. Since awareness and education are such key components to the prevention and treatment of postpartum depression, Blue Cross of […]
We will soon be finalizing our registration for the fall (!) training class. Any clinician interested in joining the course should contact us as soon as possible so we can reserve a spot for you. The trainings are best suited for the clinician in private practice who has an interest in specializing in the treatment […]
As presented on Good Morning American and ABCnews.com, click here to view the video presentation of John Gottman’s “Bringing Baby Home” workshop. Here’s a link to his new book, “And Baby Makes Three”, which sounds wonderful but I haven’t read it yet, though I’ve been a fan of his for many years. All of this […]
Albert Ellis, the founder of groundbreaking work in therapy, died today at age 93. His work, which continues to influence therapists today, was considered controversial in many circles, due to his confrontational style. I must say that I have been a fan of his work ever since my earliest exposure in grad school many (many!!) […]
As per ACOG (American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists) The upcoming conferences may be of interest to you: 6th NYU REPRODUCTIVE PSYCHIATRY CONFERENCE The 6th NYU Reproductive Psychiatry Conference will be held Saturday, October 6, 2007 in New York. The conference is jointly sponsored by the NYU Post-Graduate Medical School and the North American Society […]