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Episode 265 - Dr. Lorinda Parks and Dr. Robert Keefe: Using ‘Centering Pregnancy’ to Address Postpartum Depression

Monday, June 03, 2019, 9:04:21 AM

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In this episode, our guests Dr. Lorinda F. Parks and Dr. Robert H. Keefe describe ‘Centering Pregnancy’ and how this multi-faceted group-based care model can be particularly beneficial when working with at-risk populations. The forms and symptoms of postpartum depression along with the relationship between postpartum depression and societal costs are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the social work profession’s role in establishing and maintaining interventions and supports within low-income communities, particularly with new mothers of color.

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Average Rating: 5stars  episode 265 review , Sunday, February 09, 2020

By Sierra Bellgraph :

Overall, I thought this was a excellent podcast. The topic was very interesting and relevant and the podcast explained how so. This podcast also provided a lot of great information on the topic that I think many people do not know. Everything was explained in a great way and nothing was left out. After listening to this podcast I feel like I gained a lot of valuable information on the topic. Although I think the introduction introduced the interviewees and information well I think it was too long.








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Average Rating: 4stars  enjoyed the informed discussion, Tuesday, January 28, 2020

By Anonymous :

Postpartum depression is something that does not get the focus that it needs. It is a problem that effects many women after pregnancy. Overall it was interesting to hear how these moms just being connected with people or other moms helps them feel better. In some cases this depression may just stem from the overwhelming nature of being a new mom and not knowing how to deal with it. Hearing how different populations are effected was interesting as well. Overall an informative and fun discussion to listen to.

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