Clinical Approaches to Women Coping with Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Depression
This INTERMEDIATE applied workshop will address clinical approaches to women coping with common pregnancy related complications. Presentations will focus on the assessment and treatment of: (1) women and couples who have experienced pregnancy loss during any trimester and (2) women with depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy. Strategies to prevent perinatal depression will also be reviewed. Case discussions will illustrate interventions for diverse women coping with pregnancy complications. Assessment tools will be provided as will guidelines for collaborative care with obstetricians and reproductive endocrinologists.
Part of the APA Online Academy Convention Workshop Presentations Campus.
- Describe the psychological impact of pregnancy loss on diverse women and couples who experience one or more pregnancy loss in any trimester;
- Describe assessment and treatment strategies for diverse women experiencing depression and anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum;
- Implement strategies to prevent perinatal depression and anxiety in women at risk from diverse backgrounds; and
- Utilize practice and communication guidelines to enhance the collaborative, interdisciplinary care of diverse women with pregnancy complications
Helen L. Coons, PhD; Pamela A. Geller, PhD
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