Co-Founder, President, Board Chair
The Bloom Foundation
Lisa Tremayne is the founder and director for the Center for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders at one of the largest birthing hospitals in NJ. This Center is one of the few mother/baby programs for PMADs in the United States.
Lisa Tremayne started the Bloom Foundation as a response to the extraordinary lack of maternal mental health resources, support and treatment available to pregnant and new moms. As a survivor of postpartum anxiety and OCD after the birth of her triplets and then fourth child, Lisa is dedicated to using her voice to decrease the stigma surrounding postpartum anxiety and depression.
Today the Bloom Foundation has staff and volunteers internationally working to educate, train, and improve the lives through several initiatives. These initiatives include peer-to-peer support facilitator training, which has directly resulted in the formation of numerous hospital based PMAD support groups around the country. Further initiatives include continuum of care and support for moms after successful PMAD treatment through community partnerships, event based programs and more. The Bloom Foundation champions research priorities for peer support as a viable treatment modality, and partnering with other organizations dedicated to improving the lives of women and their families.
As a maternal mental health advocate, Lisa continues lobbying for bills affecting screening and treatment for the Maternal Mental Health Coalition since its’ inception in 2016.
Lisa Tremayne is an RN with over 20 years of experience specializing in maternal infant health and is considered a PMAD expert who appears on television, radio, podcast, online and print.
Lisa was born and lives in New Jersey and is married to Carter Tremayne. Lisa and Carter enjoy a busy and loud life with their blended family of 7 children and 2 dogs.