This hotline will offer a range of support, including brief interventions, referrals to both community-based and telehealth providers as needed.
Ecological Momentary Assessment: Innovative Strategies for Improving the Care of Women at Risk of Postpartum Depression
Using a wearable device to track daily symptoms of postpartum depression was viewed as acceptable and clinically useful by participants and clinicians.
May 4, 2022 is World Maternal Mental Health Day, coming together to increase awareness of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
This initiative will gauge mental health clinicians’ experience with and attitudes around treating pregnant women with mental and substance use disorders in order to identify training gaps.
Few resources are available to support fathers after pregnancy loss.
More study is needed regarding the safety of sedative-hypnotic medications during pregnancy.
Margaret Spinelli, MD will be presenting to the DSM-V committee of the American Psychiatric Association arguing for the inclusion of postpartum psychosis as a unique diagnosis.
Most, but not all, studies show an association between preeclampsia and increased risk for postpartum psychiatric illness.
A Novel Collaborative Group Intervention for Mothers with Perinatal Mental Illness and Their Infants
“Together in Mind” is a group intervention for mothers diagnosed with moderate to severe mental illness and their infants.
Some, but not all, studies suggest that PMDD is a risk factor for postpartum depression.