Lead StoryCarmen Valdez, PhD
Can access to mental health services be improved by providing services outside of mental health settings?
In This Issue
- Perinatal depression is not being well addressed, putting mothers and families at risk
Role of psychologists in improving depression diagnosis and management in obstetrical and family practices.
By Anne W. Riley, PhD, and Nomi Weiss-Laxer
- Pregnancy-related depression screening and services in pediatric primary care
A model program for addressing maternal depression in pediatric care.
By Jennifer L. Lovell, PhD, Ryan Roemer, MA, and Ayelet Talmi, PhD
- Bridging the gap: A university-community partnership for addressing depression and family functioning among teenage mothers
Reaching at-risk mothers in a community center.
By Julia L. Mendez, PhD, Holly Paymon, MA, Doré R. LaForett, PhD, Kari M. Eddington, PhD, Susan P. Keane, PhD, and Susan Cupito, MA
The Next Generation
- The role of discrimination in parental depression and child emotional problems among low-income Black families
How to address societal risks in our most vulnerable families: Psychology students' perspective.
By Riana Elyse Anderson, MA, and Saida B. Hussain, MA
Children, Youth and Families Committee Update
CYF Advocacy Update
- Federal policy activities addressing issues important to children, youth and families
New PI-GRO staff member, Senate HELP on children's mental health treatment options, renewing focus on juvenile justice.
By Amalia Corby-Edwards
Resources for families dealing with parental depression
Recommended reading for family members looking for support.
Men's peripartum mental health: Issues and interventions
What clinicians need to know about diagnosing and treating depression in men.