Welcome to our SIG!
We began our SIG in July 2021 and have had a wonderful and welcoming response! In October 2021, we had six meetings with a wide international audience on a variety of topics, including effective programs for prevention of perinatal mental disorders (universal and high risk populations); family-based preventive interventions of perinatal mental disorders; implementation/integration of prevention programs in primary health care services; prevention of perinatal mental disorders in developing countries; prevention programs using new technologies; and policy advocacy/implications for prevention of perinatal mental disorders.
We plan to continue our discussion to identify topics of mutual interests and determine best ways to collaborate moving forward.
If you are interested in joining our Prevention of Perinatal Mental Health Disorders distribution list, please contact the Executive Office.
|Huynh-Nhu (Mimi) Le, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
George Washington University
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
|Emma Motrico, PhD
University Loyola Andalucia, Spain
Department of Psychology
Psychiatrist. National health service in NHS in London
NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer and Psychiatry Specialist Registrar
|Djatche Miafo Joel
Psychologist. Responsable de divers projets en Santé Mentale et Psychologie Clinique · UNIPSY Cameroun
Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University
|Mijke Lambregtse – van den Berg
Perinatal Psychiatrist, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Infant MH specialist. Assoc prof – Erasmus Medical Center.
PhD, WHNP-BC, RN, FAAN; Endowed Professor and Assistant Dean of Research, Scholarship, and Innovation at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Nursing; also a board-certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Student, PhD Program Facilitator, PhD Peer Mentors Project Coordinator, Mamma Mia Study VCU School of Nursing
Psychiatrist. Assistant Professor, Queens University, Canada