Understanding Perinatal Mental Health


Perinatal grief is the experience of parents that starts soon after the losing an infant through death by miscarriage, neonatal loss, stillbirth, or elective termination for fetal anomalies. Participants will learn how to help clients coping with grief, navigate moving forward, and how to help clients process the trauma of loss.


  • Understanding the process of perinatal bereavement for a parent
  • Learning the complexities of grief depending on the type of loss
  • Learning interventions and strategies to assist clients through the grieving process

SKU: BMMH-1-1 Category:


When & Where: Friday, August 16, 2024


Time: 10:00am-1:00pm

CEs Included: 3 CEUs

Location:Live Interactive Webinar (“Synchronous”) on Zoom

Investment:  $90

Presented by: Keisha Reaves, LPC, PMH-C, CPCS, (see bio below)

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are among the most common complications that occur in pregnancy or in the first 12 months after delivery. Despite the negative effects on maternal, obstetric, birth, offspring, partner, and family outcomes, perinatal mental health disorders often remain under-diagnosed, and untreated or under-treated.


  • Defining Perinatal Mood & Anxiety D/O
  • Discuss the different theoretical frameworks of maternal mental health
  • Learn various screening tools, identify treatment options and resources available