This program teaches staff to recognize the signs of postpartum depression (PPD) and demonstrates a variety of helpful treatment methods, as well as when to intervene in high-risk situations.
- Clinical Interview – questions, proper techniques for risk assessment, dramatizations, symptoms
- Risk Factors & Treatment – overview of disorders, identifying high-risk clients, treatment options, recovery
- Personal Postpartum Depression Story – a true story of how one mom overcame PPD (great for support groups!)
|Language(s)||Available in English Only|
|Program Length||44 min.|
|Number of Volumes||Single Volume|
"Comprehensive and up to date, this program breaks the silence about postpartum mood and anxiety disorders and emphasizes the critical aspects of assessment. It gives practitioners a wonderful beginning upon which to develop their own unique style of interviewing that will lead to the identification and care of women experiencing postpartum mental disorders."
- Jeanne Watson Driscoll, PhD, APRN, BC
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