OB/GYNs and their staff, general/family practitioners, therapists, social workers – basically, everyone who would ever treat a new mother. Also, new/expectant mothers and their loved ones!
Once again, I’m piggybacking off of my last 2 posts about the Postpartum Resource Center of New York by sharing this great opportunity I learned from this post I just spotted on my Facebook feed for all who care for / about new mothers and their postpartum well being to learn about PMADs, treatments, resources, and how loved ones can help.
PMADs are experienced by 1 in 5 mothers. What better way to spread awareness than this FREE webinar! We need more of these opportunities to combat stigma and ensure as many people are educated as possible, as there are still way too many people whose job it is to care for mothers that don’t accurately identify PMADs and get them the help they need. With more awareness, we will chip away at stigma. We will ensure fewer mothers suffer alone and in silence. We will ensure fewer mothers and children suffer the consequences of undiagnosed/untreated PMADs.
When: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 8:00pm – 9:00 pm
Who: Sonia Murdock (Exec. Director of the Postpartum Resource Center of New York) and Bridget Croteau (St. Joseph’s College NY alumna; Mrs. Suffolk County America 2017-18)
Cost: It’s absolutely free, and open to the public!
Registration: Click here to sign up. If you can’t make it to the live session, no problem! You can access a recording, provided you register.
For more info: Contact Taryn Kutujian at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please spread the word about this! Share WIDELY on social media!