- NYTimes: Treating Depression Before It Becomes Postpartum
Postpartum depressions are often assumed to be associated with hormonal changes in women. In fact, only a small fraction of them are hormonally based. Learn how treating women’s mental health in pregnancy, or earlier, can improve the outcomes of both mother and baby.
- Insights to successful depression care for women
Collaborative model’s gains challenge assumptions of women in poverty.
About 25% of U.S. women will experience a major depressive episode in their life, and an additional one-fourth will experience an anxiety disorder.
- DAWN news release on HSNewsBeat: http://hsnewsbeat.uw.edu/story/new-care-approach-eases-depression-among-women
- DAWN news release on Psychiatric News alert: http://alert.psychiatricnews.org/2014/05/collaborative-care-for-obstetric.html