Available to view online.
Perinatal mental health recorded webinar
This session explores perinatal mental health and illness, including an overview of the common signs and symptoms of perinatal illness. The session is facilitated by Dani Gillet, Training Director - PANDAS Foundation.
Time & Location
Available to view online.
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This recorded webinar provides a comprehensive overview of perinatal mental health and illness. The online session explores the common types of perinatal mental illnesses, including their signs, symptoms and treatment options and how we as sleep and perinatal professionals can provide effective support.
Aim & learning outcomes
The aim of this session is to provide education and awareness of perinatal mental health including what symptoms and signs to look out for.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Define perinatal mental health and describe the full spectrum this covers, including the range of people this affects and the consequences of untreated mental illness
- Support your clients to be able to notice perinatal mental health signs and symptoms
- Identify when your clients may need referring onto specialist services
- Positively guide mums and dads with empathy and advice and reduce stigma around mental health
- Understand the support that PANDAS can offer with further resourcing.
More about Dani
Dani Gillett is highly experienced within healthcare and perinatal mental health. She’s a mother of three and has lived experience of perinatal mental illness. Dani is the PANDAS Charity Training Director; within this role she runs all the training for the charity, sources new external training, and ensures all PANDAS charity volunteers run a safe and confident support service. Her most recent accolade is that she has her own chapter in Stacey Dooley’s new book ‘Are You Really, Ok?’; here she discusses her lived experience where she wishes to show others that you can heal and hopes by telling her story others will also reach out for support.
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To participate in our online (live) events, you will need access to:
A computer – laptop, desktop or tablet.
A high-speed internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE).
Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth.
A webcam – built-in webcam or separate webcam connected to your laptop/desktop or tablet.
You will be required to download Zoom so you can participate fully in the online (live) event.