PPSM offers many opportunities for members of our community as well as our organizational members to receive advanced training in PMADs. We have a strong belief that those involved in the care of an individual who may be suffering or displaying symptoms should have advanced training. This is a set of disorders that have a complex etiology. Those suffering deserve understanding as well as the best care possible.
PPSM offers an advanced training to practitioners, volunteers and those working in the community of perinatal mental health. This is a one day training that will discuss diagnosis, treatment, and best practices with a sensative set of disorders such as PMADs. We offer this traing twice a year.
Private PMAD Training:
If your organization would like for a representative from PPSM to come to your facility to provide a training tailored to your specific needs, we would be delighted to provide this. These trainings typically last 1-2 hours and we ask that you make a donation to our organization in exchange for the training. Please contact us at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer continuing education to providers that will enhance knowledge of standardized treatment protocols, up to date research and clinical pearls. Our goal is to help improve clinical outcomes of mom’s and babies by effectively treating this sensitive population. We will help you understand the reality of risks in treatments and decisions to not treat.
The education team of Crystal Clancy LMFT and Samantha Huguelet DNP are specialists in reproductive mental health and will come to your office and provide lectures and round table discussed based on your clinical need. Samantha is a specialist in reproductive psychiatry and part of Pregnancy and Postpartum Support Minnesota (PPSM). Crystal is a specialist in perinatal mental health therapy, and is one of the founding members and co-director of PPSM. Both have been working with perinatal mental health for the past decade.
PSI's Perinatal Mood Disorder: Components of Care 2 day course:
This two-day course, taught by expert and engaging faculty, uses a thorough, evidence-based curriculum designed for psychiatrists, nurses, physicians, social workers, mental health providers, childbirth professionals, social support providers, and anyone interested in building skills for assessment and treatment of perinatal mood disorders.
Faculty: Wendy N. Davis, PhD; Crystal Clancy, MA, LMFT; Lisa Cross, MA, LMFT; Samantha Huguelet, DNP, APRN