TRAIN YOUR STAFF

Everyone in your medical practice...yes even the person who manages the front desk, should be aware of the symptoms of a maternal mental health disorder and sensitive to the mothers that present them.  

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UTILIZE SCREENING AND OTHER ASSESSMENT TOOLS

Research shows that 50% of maternal mental health cases are missed by simply using clinic judgement alone.  The Postpartum Stress Center did a great job putting together screening and assessment tools you can start utilizing in your practice and most importantly how they should be administered.  

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DISPLAY EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL

This is the easiest thing you can do right now to change your practice.  2020mom Project has put together wonderful posters, educational brochures, and awareness cards to distribute to all of your pregnant and postpartum families.

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DEVELOP A MOTHER/BABY PROGRAM

  Mother/Baby programs allow mothers to bring their babies into treatment with them.  This encourages mothers who may not otherwise seek treatment due to separation anxiety, childcare, and infant feeding issues. 

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