Dr. Sanford currently offers four professional education programs for health providers. They are:
- PPD: The Most Frequent Complication of Childbirth: Overview of perinatal mood disorders, e.g. prenatal and postpartum depression, etiology, assessment, risk factors, treatment, early intervention and prevention.
- Teaching Patients Self-Management Strategies for Pregnancy and Post-Birth Emotional Health: Overview of physical, psychological and relationship changes all new moms experience, continuum of mood changes affecting new moms, self-management strategies for symptomatic and “high risk” women, and recommendations for provider efficacy.
- Life Will Never Be the Same: Motherhood, Moods and Depression: Overview of factors affecting women’s moods, periods in a woman’s life where she’s at increased risk for a mood disorder, e.g. pregnancy/postpartum, how to minimize risk and maximize positive outcomes during transitional times, and review of treatment options.
- Motherhood Isn’t EASI: Education, Assessment, Self-Care and Intervention with Pregnant and Postpartum Moms: Overview of Dr. Sanford’s program for easing a woman’s transition to motherhood whatever circumstances are affecting her and how to optimize positive physical, psychological and relational outcomes. May request consultation on quality improvement for your system in these four core competency areas.
In addition, she currently offers three staff development programs for health providers. They are:
- Relationship Management 101: Communication skills training to improve ability to listen, express thoughts and opinions in open, direct manner and resolve conflict positively. Examines provider’s current communication style with exercises to increase flexibility and effectiveness with patients and colleagues.
- Self-Care: The Key to Emotional Health for Providers and Patients: Overview of why self-care is key to emotional health, self-care strategies for improving health and well-being, deficits in current self-care practice among health providers and high costs to themselves and patients, and creating a new personal and cultural paradigm where self-care is valued.
- Mindfulness: How to Manage Stress and Worry: Review of research on effectiveness of mindfulness to treat physical and stress-related issues, aspects of mindfulness practice-formal and informal, exercises to experiment with mindfulness, and techniques for using mindfulness to manage stress and worry.
For pricing on all programs, please contact Dr. Sanford via e-mail: email@example.com or her office voicemail: 314-991-5666 X1.