Putting A Name To Silent Suffering: Treating Perinatal Mental Health Training

Perinatal mental health is a widespread issue, however, often overlooked and rarely discussed within the helping profession. The reality and experiences of new parents are disregarded with an expectation that having a baby is “the best time of your life,” so parents suffer in silence. Untreated perinatal mental health leads to psychiatric needs and shattered families; having generational impact. The purpose of this course is to draw attention to the relevance of perinatal mental health, recognize signs, symptoms and interventions, while, normalizing the matter.
This workshop has been certified by NASW Wisconsin Chapter and satisfies Continuing Education requirements set by State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. Participants practicing as licensed Counselors, Social Workers and Therapists will receive 3 Continuing Education Hours (CEUs) or .3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) upon completion of the course.

When: Friday, April 5, 2024; 9AM – 12PM
Instructors: Sheng Lee Yang, MSW, LCSW, PMH-C & Kinsey Pierre, MSW, LCSW, PMH-C
Workshop Fee: $30.00
Register here: https://square.link/u/0gF1Juxp

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