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New ACEs Aware Training Activity - Maternal Mental Health

 

Maternal Mental Health: Addressing the Impact of ACEs, Toxic Stress and Intergenerational Trauma


(TWO DAY TRAINING)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th & THURSDAY, MAY 20th
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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PLEASE NOTE: This training was created with providers in mind BUT anyone interested in maternal mental health will benefit from the training.
*These training activities are available at no cost to participants thanks to a grant through ACEs Aware*

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Please join us for a 2-part webinar that will explore the complex interplay of childhood adversity, systemic trauma and acute stress in the perinatal period.
Presenters will discuss how maternal trauma and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders intersect and impact the parent-child relationship, contributing to the intergenerational transmission of ACEs. We will share methods for incorporating ACE screening into a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan focused on promoting resilience for both mother and child.

IN THIS TRAINING ACTIVITY YOU WILL...
  • Recognize the impact of ACEs, toxic stress and systemic trauma in the perinatal period and on the parent-child relationship.
  • Understand the methods for screening and assessing ACEs and maternal mental health disorders in the clinical setting.
  • Identify evidence based treatment modalities that address the effects of trauma and maternal mental health disorders.
  • Address the impact of intergenerational trauma.

ABOUT THE TRAINERS
Allison Murphy, MFT is the founder, CEO and a clinician with Mothers Care, an innovative evidence-based perinatal mood and anxiety disorder screening and treatment program.
Jennifer Sliverstein, LCSW is a California endorsed Infant Family Mental Health Specialist. She has over 19 years of experience in fostering early childhood mental health and supporting families during the transition into parenthood


ACES AWARE
We are honored to join The ACEs Aware Initiative, funded and led by the Office of the California Surgeon General and the Department of Health Care Services, which hopes to lead a nationwide movement to significantly improve health and well-being in our communities by providing trainings to Medi-Cal providers and the networks of human serving institutions that help cradle our families during these trying times

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