Recorded Webinar - Available April 1, 2020
(no live option for this training)
This webinar has been approved for 2.0 CEUs by the MN MFT Regulatory Board. $40 for MAMFT members, $60 for non-members
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Workshop Title: Brave New Mom - Postpartum Mental Health in the 2020s
Workshop Description: Being a new mom is more complex than ever, and "What to Expect While You’re Expecting" only scratches the surface of the emotional roller-coaster of new parenthood. This workshop will talk through the new world into which birthing people are bringing babies, including new mental health concerns and how to address them. We’ll talk about how parenthood has changed and how we need to adapt our family systems perspectives in order to best support new moms and families.
1) Participants will learn and understand the biggest mental health struggles for birthing people in the perinatal period.
2) Participants will gain perspectives on addressing mental health concerns for new moms and their partners/family members.
Presenter’s Name: Jessie Everts, PhD LMFT
Presenter’s Bio: Jessie Everts, PhD LMFT is a therapist, mom, yoga/mindfulness teacher, and the author of Brave New Mom: A survival guide for mindfully navigating postpartum motherhood, arriving in March 2021. She uses mindfulness practices along with cognitive and acceptance therapies to work with women and LGBTQ+ individuals who might be struggling with anxiety, parenting, postpartum mental health, work-life balance, trauma, and life transitions. Dr. Everts received her doctorate in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is passionate about bringing mental health knowledge and skills to people outside of the therapy office, and helping moms feel great about the amazing hard work they do.