Monthly Provider Seminars

If you are a OBGYN, Pediatrician, Midwife, Doula, Psychiatrist, Primary Care, Internal Medicine or any other provider that comes in contact with pregnant and new mothers – it’s important for you to have a solid understanding of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. The Motherhood Center is offering free monthly Provider Seminars every month. Each seminar will be taught by one of our clinicians.

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Supporting Families During and After a NICU Stay

Join TMC therapist, Evelyn Gama, to learn more about the stressors affecting NICU families and how you as a provider can best support them.

 

Date: October 17th, 2019
Time: 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Cost: Free

 
 

About speaker: Evelyn Gama

Evelyn Gama, LCSW, is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with a masters degree from Columbia University. Evelyn utilizes psychodynamic therapy and skill-building techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) or Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), while integrating her background in family systems therapy and early childhood. Evelyn has a special focus on supporting women with medical complications during pregnancy, NICU families and special needs parents. Evelyn often collaborates with professionals across disciplines and aims to help families create their village.


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Processing Grief From A Miscarriage: A Talk About How Providers Can Best Support Their Patient

A woman might feel anger, loneliness, guilt and many more emotions following a miscarriage. Join our therapist, Caroline Kaczor, at The Motherhood Center to learn how to support your patient after a miscarriage.

Date: November 20th, 2019
Time: 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Cost: Free

About speaker: Caroline Kazcor

Caroline has been practicing since 2012, with experience in outpatient prenatal care and on the inpatient labor and delivery/postpartum unit at Bellevue Hospital. While at Bellevue, Caroline worked with women dealing with depression, anxiety, and perinatal loss. Caroline is passionate about supporting women as they navigate the transition into motherhood.