Advanced Evaluation & Management of Psychiatric Illness in Reproductive Age Women
ACNM members receive a 20% discount when you register for this intensive web-based certificate course -- on-demand! Receive exclusive discounts for ACNM members when you register for this intensive web-based certificate course - on-demand!
Nonmembers, please visit lifecyclehealthandeducation.com/ or learn about ACNM membership at www.midwife.org/Join-ACNM.
Listen to an interview with course creator Adria Goodness on midwifery and mental health. LISTEN NOW
WHAT COURSE ATTENDEES ARE SAYING...
"This was one of the best CE courses I have done online or in person. Superb!"
"This was hugely valuable, and I feel more confident counseling my patients than I did before. It also gave me lots of tools for strategizing. Thanks!"
"[Your course] was highly recommended to me, and I was not let down. It was supremely helpful. It seems nearly all of my patients are coping with diagnosed or undiagnosed psychiatric illness, trauma history, substance use disorder, or the stress of poverty. I feel much better equipped to care for my clients now!"
This unique, 7-hour program was developed by an experienced nurse-midwife and women’s/perinatal psychiatry specialist - for midwifery students & clinicians:
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
This program is approved for 7.0 contact hours or 0.7 CEUs by the ACNM, including 2.5 hours of pharmacology content.
Upon registration, learners will receive log-in information that allows access to videos, downloadable presentation slides, hand-outs and references for 21 days. Following course completion, registrants will take a post-test to receive their certificate attesting the installation of this advanced skill set.
Downloaded materials can be compiled for use as a comprehensive women’s mental health reference— in every clinical setting!
To see a video clip from the program, learn more about the course and faculty, and receive exclusive ACNM member discounts go to: ACNM Mental Health Certificate
Feedback from a nurse-midwife in Texas…
"I can't say enough how helpful this presentation was. I work in El Paso, TX in an area that has very few mental health resources and where providers are very hesitant to treat pregnant and breastfeeding women at all with medications. This presentation gave me more confidence to practice to my full scope and to go out and look for mental health providers who I may collaborate with in the future. This presentation made me proud to be a midwife and APRN."
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