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Essential Skills to Support Perinatal Mental Health: Six Approaches for your Practice Toolbox

This is a practical skills-based course that will help your practice working with new and expecting parents and families.

About this course

This is a practical skills-based course that will help your practice working with new and expecting parents and families. It includes:

  • understand the barriers to disclosure
  • build trust and rapport
  • validate distress
  • assess risk
  • support help-seeking
  • educate your client to reduce mental health stigma
  • strategies to care for yourself and avoid burnout


Who is this course for?
This course is for health professionals.

How long does this course take?
This course is a 2-hour webinar.

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