I have had the honor of serving on a planning committee at the University of Texas School of Social Work as they set out to host the inaugural Maternal Mental Health and Wellness Conference for the central Texas area. This conference will be an opportunity for all sorts of disciplines to come together and learn more about perinatal mood disorders and treatment strategies. Furthermore, this conference will be open for parents in the community to attend so that they can also learn about maternal mental health and self-care strategies. The planning committee is committed to making the topics that are presented relevant to the community and has created a short survey to help them accomplish that goal. Please take a moment to read the information below and take this short survey.
The planning committee of the 2017 Texas Maternal Mental Health and Wellness Conference, co-sponsored by The University of Texas School of Social Work and the Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Alliance of Texas (PPHA TX) invites you to complete a quick survey.
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The Inaugural conference, set for April 27-29, 2017 at the Commons Learning Center on the J.J. Pickle Research Campus, UT Austin, will offer a multi-disciplinary learning opportunity for professionals who provide services to women and their families during pregnancy and after childbirth. The event will be designed to enhance learning and communications among mental health and community-based providers, birthing professionals, psychiatrist and physicians. The conference will include learning and self-care opportunities for parents and interested community members.
We are interested in hearing from you regarding your interest and needs as we plan the event. Please complete this 5-minute survey to inform us on your general interest, and specific topics you would like to learn about at this conference.
We appreciate your interest and feedback, and request your response by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11th.
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