Postpartum Mood Disorders
with Zoe Endicott
This training will increase professional midwives’ overall competency in trauma informed care. Participants will learn evidence based strategies for supporting clients with a trauma history with appropriate screening, referral, and interventions for the prevention of further trauma.
Participants will also learn psychoeducation related to trauma and the nervous system, identifying trauma responses and protecting against vicarious trauma. The training will use engaging and collaborative learning tools like case study, group discussion and practical application of evidence based interventions with clients.
Date Friday, June 17, 2022
Time 9:00 a.m- 1:00 p.m.
Location Morning Star Lutheran Church
Cost $100 CBJ Members
Cost includes MEAC CEU
I believe strongly that parenthood is complex and marvelous but that it is also really hard. I also think that it deserves far more care, attention, and support than most receive. As both a mother and a therapist, I am well versed in the opportunities for pain and struggle that parenthood brings. I have devoted myself to helping individuals and couples navigate these challenges, so that they may more fully experience the joy of this task.
In working with clients, I take a compassionate, solution-oriented approach. I listen closely and kindly and cultivate a space of rest and reflection. I help people create solutions to complex problems and works with concerns such as infertility, perinatal loss, perinatal depression and anxiety, and birth trauma.