Postnatal Depression training courses for professionals, individuals and organisations.
Each year, one woman in every 15 and one man in every 30 will be affected by depression, and every GP will see between 60 and 100 people with depression. Most of the 4,000 suicides committed each year in England are attributed to depression.
Between 10% and 15% of women have postnatal depression after childbirth. Severely depressed mothers may resort to suicide, which is the second most common form of maternal death in the year after birth, and may require hospital admission. Statistics from The Department Of Health.
Our Postnatal Depression training course will give you a deep awareness and a truly realistic perspective of this debilitating illness. For individuals, professionals and organisations.
Our trainers are experienced registered mental health nurses registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
To provide information and basic understanding of postnatal depression. This to allow participants to be able to understand what is going on with their clients during the postnatal period.
By the end of the lesson, participants should be able to:
- Have a basic understanding of postnatal depression.
- What causes postnatal depression
- Postnatal depression symptoms
- Long term consequences of postnatal depression
- Postnatal depression and maternal mottality.
- Screening interventions for postnatal depression
- Treatment options for postnatal depression
We can provide In House Training Courses For Groups and Organisations