PPD Resources- #MomsMatter- Part 3
This month is Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month and we are recognizing that #MomsMatter! And not only do moms matter, but their health and overall wellbeing matters too! Which is why we are addressing the very difficult topic and conversation about Perinatal Mood Disorders which some may know as Postpartum Depression or PPD.
In a community of doulas, childbirth educators, sleep coaches, nurses, midwives, doctors, pediatricians, and real moms we are having real conversations that need to become a little more common, less taboo, so that we can take care of each other as needed.
I’m excited to continue the conversation with Evelyn Bussell of Felicity Birthing on the resources available for Perinatal Mood Disorders, also known as Postpartum Depression or PPD. In our conversation we share local and national strategies for families to reach out to to help put a plan of action in place for this #FourthTrimester.
Click here for a more detailed list of resources.
If you or someone you know is experiencing any symptoms of any Perinatal Mood Disorders please reach out for support here.
PSI 27th Annual Conference with UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders
Postpartum Support International
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 8:00 AM – Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
To learn more how you can get involved in the campaign for #MomsMatter visit:
The National Coalition for Maternal Mental Health.
About our special guests:
A Raleigh native, Evelyn worked as a school librarian for a decade before becoming a mother. In addition to staying home with her rambunctious toddler, she supports expectant mothers and couples as a birth doula and childbirth educator. Her personal experience with Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and OCD have led her to raise awareness and educate others about Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders.