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Create Thriving Perinatal Periods: Evidenced Based Strategies for Common Mental Health Conditions
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Create Thriving Perinatal Periods: Evidenced Based Strategies for Common Mental Health Conditions

When: Monday, July 20, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Presenter: Dr Maria Muzik, University of Michigan
Contact: Jackie Chandler

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This webinar will use a trauma informed lens to discuss evidenced based strategies for screening, assessing, and treating common mental health conditions during the perinatal period. This webinar will also utilize an interactive format to present common clinical presentations and interventions during the perinatal period. Dr. Muzik will discuss when to refer to the next level of care and how to mitigate the impact of the evolving pandemic on perinatal women and their families.` 


Who Should Attend

  • Clinicians who care for pregnancy and postpartum women. 


Maria Muzik, M.D., M.Sc.

Dr. Muzik has held a faculty appointment at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry since 2006. Her expertise is in women's mental health, focusing on pregnancy and postpartum, and she conducts cutting-edge research, directs patient care services, and oversees educational programming in these areas.


In her clinical role in the Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Muzik co-directs the Women and Infants Mental Health Program and serves as Medical Director of the  Perinatal Psychiatry Clinic, a nationally known program serving hundreds of women each year with pregnancy or postpartum related mood difficulties. Within Michigan Medicine, Dr. Muzik leads the integration of perinatal mental health services within obstetrics, family medicine and pediatrics. Across the state of Michigan, she is the lead perinatal consultant to primary care, public health nursing, community mental health and other health systems.



There is no cost to attend, but advance registration is required. Click here to register



Please contact Jackie Chandler, Integrated Health Program Manager, MPCA, at, or 517.827.0888. 


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