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 To improve outcomes for families and whanau affected by mental illness related to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood 2014 PMHNZ Seminar Series
Dunedin
The Perinatal Mental Health NZ Trust Invites you to the 2014 PMHNZ Seminar Series www.pmhnz.org.nz Book before 24 October for the early bird rate 7 November Books on Prescription is a programme to help people and their family/whanau cope with mild
to moderate mental health issues in the community. Libraries throughout the Southern Region
Friday, 9 am to 5 pm contain a collection of evidenced-based, self-help books that have been extensively reviewed
Room H613, Otago Polytechnic by health practitioners covered from post-natal depression to anxiety and stress management.
Brendan Smith from Father and Child Trust giving us the father’s perspective on anxiety in
Forth St, Dunedin pregnancy and how we as health professionals can improve outcomes for the family by
including the father in our management for antenatal anxiety.
• Books on Prescription Maria Frewen a Registered Nurse from the Queenstown Lakes Family Centre, will discuss the
Sophie Carty from Southern PHO importance and the potential impact of their new 'Pregnancy and You' pilot. This health
Keeping Mind in Mind: Supporting Healthy promotion and screening session aims to enhance early identification of the needs of pregnant
women and their baby, and ensure women are connected to good support that will endure
relationships for baby, family/whanau their pregnancy and into parenthood.
Justine Dahlenburg from Southern DHB Justine Dahlenburg is a Community Mental Health Nurse who works for the Southern DHB.
Breastfeeding Peer Counselling – How this Her specialty area of practice is working with families in the Perinatal period. It takes a
community to support the transition to parenthood. Justine will explore the adjustments along can help new mothers this journey and the role health professionals can play with an emphasis on keeping the baby
Kathryn Jenner and Denise Ives in mind.
Kathryn Jenner is a Master of Science student endorsed in Health Psychology and completed
• Pregnancy and You pilot scheme the breastfeeding project for the Southern PHO. Peer counselors identified the need to better
Maria Frewern from Queenstown Lakes promote the service and to support a wider range of mothers in their coummunities through
Family Centre earlier intervention.
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Perinatal Anxiety and Distress from a Fathers Perspective Brendon Smith from Father and Child Trust •
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Karanga Mai Teen and Young Parents School Lynne Brice-­‐Nicholson This workshop will be invaluable for those that are/work in !
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Hospital & Community Midwives & LMC’s Psychologists General Practitioners Counsellors & Psychotherapists HR professionals Registration Options Non Member Earlybird rate $120 or full rate $145 PMHNZ Members Earlybird rate $90 or full rate $115 Full time students Earlybird rate $90 or full rate $115 *(student ID is required) [email protected] Earlybird rate cut off is 24 October, after that time the full rate will be charged. 5 Midwifery Points & 6.5 GP credits have been allocated •
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Dunedin Perinatal Mental Health Seminar 7 November presented by Justine Dahlenburg, Sophie Carty, Kathryn Jenner Queensland Lakes Family Centre, Brendon Smith, Lynne Brice-­‐Nicholson A one-­‐day workshop for community perinatal mental health providers including Midwives, CBE’s, GP’s, Obstetricians & Neonatal staff, Psychologists, Counsellors, Social Workers and those that work in the community with Pregnancy and early childhood 5 Midwifery Points & 6.5 GP Credits confirmed Name ……………………………………………Position…………………………………………Organisation …………………………………………………….. Mailing Address …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Phone (Day): …………………………………… (Eve) ……………………..………Mobile……………………………………………………………………………. (At least one phone number is required) Your e-­‐mail address: …………………………………………………………………Organisation Web Site ……………………………………………………. What is your interest and experience in Perinatal mental health issues? ……………………………………………………………………………. Registration Please tick – this seminar is Fully catered Paid/Invoiced Before Friday 24 October Paid/Invoiced After Friday 24 October Member PMHNZ $90 " Full time Student (with ID) $90 " Member PMHNZ $115 " Student (with ID )$115 " Non Member $120 " Includes membership 2014 Non Member $145 " Includes membership 2014 Cancellations before 24 October – registration refunded less $50 admin fee Cancellations after 24 October – no refund but a named substitute can be accepted. Please indicate any special needs, i.e.,dietary or disability: ........................................................................... Direct Credit " To Westpac 03-­‐0814-­‐0484075-­‐00 Reference Please add Your name & PMHNZ DUD14 Perinatal Mental Health NZ Trust or Invoice required " …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Please give address here if different from above * I agree for these details to be added to PMHNZ Database " Yes / No" Date: Signature: Thank you for your interest. Please send or email this form to: PMHNZ Trust Email: [email protected] PO Box 58122 Website: www.pmhnz.org.nz Whitby Phone: 021 02482123 Porirua 5245 Action Received Cheque / DC Invoiced Receipt Database DUD14 Date 
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