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Intensive Mental Health Outpatient Treatment in Perinatal Women

Eydie Moses-Kolko, MD, is associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh and an expert in women’s health and perinatal psychiatry. Maintaining the mental health of perinatal women is of great importance. In this episode, we explorethe rationale and approach of partial outpatient intensive treatment for perinatal women and discuss other integrated treatment approaches. Also discussed are core principles of collaboration in program planning.

Released: 9/11/19


  1. McEvoy K, Osborne LM, Moses-Kolko EL. Implementation of Perinatal Collaborative Care Models. Paper presented as part of symposium “Perinatal collaborative care models – Learning from the past, planning for the future.” Perinatal Mental Health Conference, Chicago, IL, November 9, 2017. (Available from Loren Roth MD- Room 604 UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213.)
  2. What you and your family need to know about maternal depression.
  3. Depression during and after pregnancy can be prevented, national panel says. Here’s how.

View the transcript for this podcast (PDF)