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Recognizing & Treating Postpartum Depression: A Practitioner's Guide | InJoy Birth & Parenting Education

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Recognizing & Treating Postpartum Depression: A Practitioner's Guide

Train staff to recognize PPD.

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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.

Content Includes:

  • 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!)

Additional Information

Language(s) Available in English Only
Closed Captioned Yes
Release Year 2005
Program Length 44 min.
Number of Volumes Single Volume
Price $149.95

Testimonials

"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

Awards

Silver Award
How-to/Instructional - 27th Annual Telly Awards

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