SELENI INSTITUTE, NEW YORK CITY
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A Two-Day Clinical Training on Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders + Perinatal Grief & Loss
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The training will be held at the Seleni Institute on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Discounted accommodations are available. Email us for more information.
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Twenty percent of pregnant and postpartum women experience clinically significant mood and anxiety disorders. One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage. And one in 160 babies are stillborn. As a mental health professional you have a high likelihood of treating clients who experience one or more of these mental health challenges during their reproductive years and who will need specialized treatment to cope and move forward successfully.
At our two-day training in a small, interactive classroom setting, Seleni Institute clinicians will train attendees on effective treatments, using lectures, case studies, and role-play techniques. Utilizing the most current theoretical and research findings, we will cover the three critical steps to treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) and grief from miscarriage, stillbirth, and child loss.
Additionally, all participants will receive:
Digital certificate of completion
Digital badge for participant's professional website and LinkedIn
Permanent, searchable listing and link on the Seleni website, indicating successful completion of coursework.
Implement interventions based on a model of treatment informed by the cognitive behavioral therapy framework, a first-line, evidence-based approach.
Evaluate the need for additional interventions, including psychiatric consultation and collaboration as well as psychopharmacological interventions.
Diagnose and implement effective interventions and patient care management strategies for normative and complicated grief related to miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal loss, and the death of a child.
Help clients make decisions about whether and how to move forward with building a family.
Identify risk factors for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and suicide.
Implement tools to prevent clinician burnout and enhance self-care and connection to meaning in your own life.
Our experienced, expert teachers are also current clinicians at the Seleni Institute, working with these populations on a daily basis.
Discuss the biopsychosocial model of PMADs
Review diagnostic and epidemiological data for mental health concerns associated with pregnancy and the postpartum period
Identify and utilize patient care management strategies – including best practices of clinical treatment of PMADs – that you can implement in your practices with your patients and their families.
At the conclusion of this training you will be able to:
Full-time students currently enrolled in an accredited graduate mental health program are eligible for a 25% discount. Toggle the "Student" option when booking. Discount is subject to proof of enrollment.
When you sign up in a group of 3 or more, you'll each receive a $100 refund (refund is given after all group members have paid in full, within 2 weeks before the training).
AUGUST 26-27, 2016
SEPTEMBER 23-24, 2016
NOVEMBER 11-12, 2016
This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886720276-0) for 16 Social Work continuing education contact hours.