Continuing Education

Trainings hosted by Perinatal Support Washington are featured below.
In addition, continuing education courses on mood and anxiety disorders are available from the following organizations.

Looking for a custom training for your staff?  Get in touch with us, we offer a ride range of trainings with CEUs.

Perinatal Support Washington is not responsible for the contents of any the websites and inclusion in this list does not indicate that Perinatal Support Washington is endorsing the policies, procedures, or views contained therein.
  • MedEdPPD – Developed with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to provide education about postpartum depression for both parents and professionals.
  • Postpartum Stress Center – 22 continuing education (CE) credits can be obtained by reading three of Karen Kleiman’s books. Karen also has in person trainings several times per year.
  • CE4less.com – 8 credits for Therapy and the Postpartum Woman, 7 credits for Dropping the Baby and Other Scary Thoughts, and  7 credits for Tokens of Affection
  • Postpartum Support International (PSI) – PSI offers a 2 day course at various locations throughout the country and a 7 session online course with featuring nationwide experts.

 

Apr
24
Mon
2017
Screening and Discussion: When the Bough Breaks @ 2100 Building, Board Room
Apr 24 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Please join us for a screening of When the Bough Breaks, a documentary that “follows Lindsay Gerszt, a mother who has been suffering from PPD for six years. Lindsay agrees to let the cameras document her and give us an in depth look at her path to recovery. We meet women who have committed infanticide and families who have lost loved ones to suicide.

Babies are dying, women aren’t speaking out and the signs are being missed.  When The Bough Breaks takes us on a journey to find answers and break the silence.  This film also features stories from singer Carnie Wilson, actress Tanya Newbould, celebrity chef Aarti Sequeira and Peggy Tanous of The Real Housewives of Orange County.”

This viewing is for both families and professionals. Please be aware that due to discussion of sensitive subjects, such as self-harm and harm to children, families in recovery may want to watch with caution or postpone their viewing.

Monday April 24th, 2017
5:30pm-  Doors open, networking and light refreshments
6-8pm – Film and discussion
The 2100 Building
2100 24th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Sep
30
Sat
2017
Warm Line Volunteer Training @ Seattle
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

About our Warm Line:
We support 250 new parents on the phone every year. We have both mothers ad fathers available to answer questions, provide hope, support, information, and importantly talk about how parents can start to feel better through wellness and self care as well as connect them to resources in their community.

Criteria to be on the Warm Line:
1. A parent, or partner, who has had and recovered from a perinatal mental health complication.
2. Or – A licensed mental heath provider.
3. You have at least an hour a day available to answer phone calls during your scheduled shift.
4. You are at least one year postpartum.
5. You can make a year commitment.

About the training:
1. In person 3.5 hour training offered 3 times per year (September, January, and June)
2. 10 hours of independent learning at your own pace- includes videos and readings.
3. Ongoing training in perinatal mental health throughout the year- we highly encourage our Warm Line volunteers to attend our trainings throughout the year to learn more about the spectrum of perinatal mental health. As a benefit of being a PS-WA volunteer we offer attendance at our trainings free of charge.

For more information please contant Mia Edidin at Mia.Edidin@perinatalsupport.org