Maternal Mental Health NOW will soon be releasing our intermediate-level self-paced specialized online training modules on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. These short 1-2 hour courses allow you focus on a specific issue or dig in a little deeper on your own schedule from the comfort of your home. Each course offers one hour of recorded video lecture and one hour of additional readings that you can access when it's convenient for you.
6 Individual Courses
- Perinatal Mental Health - What to Know & How to Screen
- Perinatal Mental Health - What can Obstetrics Do?
- Perinatal Mental Health - What can Pediatrics Do?
- Suicide Prevention & Perinatal Mental Health
- Caring for Families Experiencing Miscarriage & Infant Loss
- Integrating Perinatal Mental Health in Medical Settings
- Participants will learn about the prevalence, signs and symptoms and treatment options that are most successful for perinatal mental health.
- Participants will learn how to diagnose, refer and treat individuals with depression and anxiety
- Participants will gain skills to integrate perinatal mental health care into their primary care practices
- Participants will learn to screen for mental health, screen for suicidal ideation and make appropriate intervention recommendations
- Participants will learn about infant loss and miscarriage grief and the importance of addressing these needs in care settings.
Health Care Professionals including therapists, clinical psychologists, social workers, community health workers, counselors, nurses (neonatal, labor and delivery, maternity, NICU), midwives, nurse practicioners, physicians (psychiatrists, OB/GYNs, pediatricians, neonatalogists, family practitioners, general practitioners, primary care physicians), lactation consultants, health educators, doulas & home visitors.
Cost & Registration: Coming Soon!
Materials provided: learning videos, additional readings, and resources
You will have access to the content and materials in the training for 12 months from your date of registration.
*Partial scholarships available for those who qualify.
CME and CE information coming soon!
Kiley Hanish, OTD, OTR/L
Kiley is a bereaved mother and founder of Return to Zero: H.O.P.E. (formerly Return to Zero Center for Healing). She received her BA from Loyola Marymount University, and masters and doctoral degrees in occupational therapy from the University of Southern California. Kiley and her husband Sean are creators of the Emmy-nominated film Return to Zero, which is based on their personal experience of their son Norbert, who was stillborn. Her work with bereaved families helps them to find purpose, meaning, and healing after the tragic death of their baby.
Kiley and Sean live in Los Angeles with their two children, Roxie and Cannon. Kiley is available for speaking engagements as well as care provider trainings.
Gabrielle Kaufman, MA, LPCC, BC-DMT, NCC, PMH-C
Gabrielle Kaufman is a dance/movement therapist and licensed professional clinical counselor with over 20 years experience in the helping profession. Currently, she is director of Training and Technical Assistance for Maternal Mental Health NOW. Prior to this, she served as director of the New Moms Connect Program of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles. She served as Los Angeles coordinator for Postpartum Support International and has a private practice in Los Angeles providing services in both English and Spanish languages.