PPD Expert Clinician Recognition of Achievement Dr. Jessica Zucker is a clinical psychologist specializing in women’s health with a focus on perinatal and postpartum mood disorders, transitions in motherhood, and early parent-child attachment. Earning a Master’s degree at New York University in Public Health with a focus on international reproductive issues led to working […]
Fabulous training weekend with incredibly warm, passionate hard-working clinicians. I absolutely love being a part of this process at the early stages of their professional expansion and inspiration! Thanks to Amy, Kayla, Aimee, Romy, Patrice, Glenn, Michelle, Rachel and Rebecca! The PPD community is fortunate to have you in their corner.
Another super weekend training. Thank you Rachel, Cindy, Sarah, Michelle, Deena, Melina, Amy, Lindsey, Gerry. Your participation was especially inspiring and fun. 😉
Attention fellow clinicians We had another wonderful training this weekend joined by clinicians from two of my favorite places, Indiana and St Louis, Mo. (I guess, and hope, I will never outgrow my Midwest roots and affinity!) It was an especially cozy group of fabulously passionate women who are committed to furthering their study and […]
I spent a lovely couple of days in Long Island speaking to a group of passionate and dedicated professionals in our field. Adelphi University sponsored the training program and as always, I was thrilled to be surrounded by such great energy. I met a number of fabulous women as well as some special familiar faces […]
The Hudson Perinatal Consortium, Inc. and New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services are sponsoring a training event on May 27, 2009. “On the Front Line of Perinatal Mood Disorders: Practical Strategies for Health care and Social Service Providers” Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009Time: 8am-4pm Location: Pines Manor 2085 Rt. 27 (Lincoln Highway) Edison, […]
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 […]
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Clinicians once again gathered from various parts of the county to share and absorb the the energy and passion that comes along with doing this work. We had another fabulous training, giving me the opportunity to meet with clinicians who are incredibly dedicated to the needs of postpartum women and their families. It’s an absolute […]
Here’s a peek at the book site for the book to be released in September. In it you’ll find excerpts and ordering information. I am certain that this book will significantly impact the practice of psychotherapy for postpartum depression.postpartumtherapy.net
Clinicians Note:Registration for the June training class is now closed. We are accepting registrations for Sept 2008 training class and encourage you to let us know if you are interested so we can save you a spot. For more information on the trainings please visit the professional trainings page on our website.
EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS APRIL 13! We are coming up to the last days of early registration so if you are interested in joining our June training class, please complete the registration form and fax it to us right away, or you can email us at email@example.com and ask us to save you a spot. We […]
Our training course participants will now receive a copy of the PPSC’s Guide to Enhancing your PPD Private Practice: A Checklist for Successful Practice. This tool will surely help launch each course graduate into a direction that feels rewarding and purposeful.
Here’s the link for the Postpartum Support International (PSI) brochure for their 2008 annual conference brochure. For those of you who are going, it will give you a peek at their wonderful agenda and all you will be learning. Those who are unable to attend, you will see how much you’ll be missing!