This evidenced-based 3 day workshop is the only program in the United States that provides a step by step maternal mental health development and implementation blueprint to create your own perinatal mood and anxiety disorders interdisciplinary treatment center.
This workshop has been developed using lessons learned and best practices from every level – adminsitrative, operations, clinicians and also a successful hospital based outpatient perinatal treatment center.
You will spend 3 intensive and interactive days learning how to start, execute, and grow a program that provides support and treatment to pregnant and postpartum women who are experiencing symptoms of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. This workshop will walk you through the current and proven methods of:
- Physical Space
- Day to Day Operations –
Patient Intake, Screening and Assessment, Administrative functions, Customizable patient service calendar (daily-monthly)
- Insurance and Billing
- Department Collaboration
- Leadership Buy-in
- Grow and Market Your Center
Complete Maternal Mental Health Toolkit
Additional Learning Modules (online)
Hospital Administrators, Directors, Managers who work within the Perinatal Population, Social Workers, Nurse Managers – anyone tasked with the responsibility of implementing a Perinatal Outpatient Multidisciplinary Hospital Treatment Program.
This workshop is in compliance with national and state legislative requirements for maternal mental health. *in accordance with assembly bill 3032-maternal mental health conditions “this bill requires any general acute care hospital or special hospital that has a perinatal unit to develop and implement by January 2020 a program relating to maternal mental health conditions including, but not limited to, postpartum depression.”
In September the federal government’s Health and Human Services Agency (HRSA) announced it has awarded 4.5 million in grants to seven states to address maternal mental health over five years (2018-2023).
The seven states included:
Each of the seven states has initially received roughly $650,000 for their work from 2018-2019. The funded programs will provide services, such as real-time psychiatric consultation, care coordination, and training to help front-line providers screen, assess, refer, and treat pregnant and postpartum women