Can’t travel to the NTI this year? The virtual NTI is the next best thing to being there! Twelve exceptional learning experiences presented by the biggest names and brightest minds in the field.
Participate live or on-demand for up to three months. Earn up to 1.5 CEUs!
- Day One Five Session Package includes all sessions on Thursday, December 3rd.
- Day Two Five Session Package includes all sessions on Friday, December 4th.
- Purchase the Entire TEN SESSION Event and get the Wednesday, December 2nd Plenary session “Building the Foundation of Life Course Health” presented by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris as a BONUS!
(Full session descriptions are available under the Broadcast Schedule tab.)
Continuing Education Units (CEU) credit available post conference for live streamed sessions
ZERO TO THREE has partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Stout to provide CEU credit for live streamed Virtual NTI sessions via video archive. Sessions will be available for viewing and CEU credit after the conference. Click on this link for more information.
Entire Event (includes Wednesday BONUS session) – $505.00
Day 1 – $295.00
Day 2 – $295.00
The Tucson Postpartum Depression Coalition (TPDC) and the Southern Arizona Psychological Association (SAPA) will be co-hosting a screening of the acclaimed film “Dark Side of the Full Moon.” The film screening will be followed by a one hour moderated panel discussion with community experts and a mom survivor. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Tucson Postpartum Depression Coalition (TPDC). No refunds will be offered. It is not recommended that women currently experiencing perinatal anxiety or depression view this documentary.
Date: Monday, December 7, 2015
Time: 6 – 9 p.m.
Location: The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ
Cost: $15 (available now online or at the door)
Trailer: View the trailer for the documentary here
It is highly recommended that you purchase your tickets ahead of time using this link:
Maternal mental illness is a frequently overlooked area of women’s health. One in seven women will experience a mood or anxiety disorder during pregnancy or the postpartum period. However, only a subset of these women are screened, referred, and treated.
The film “Dark Side of the Full Moon” highlights the challenges that perinatal women face when they find themselves experiencing symptoms. Gaps in care and an absence of a coordinated and comprehensive protocol in healthcare systems can lead to devastating outcomes. Many of these gaps can be ameliorated by healthcare professionals who provide women and families with information, recognize and screen for symptoms, provide appropriate referrals and/or treatment, follow up to ensure that treatment was provided, and advocate for improved practices in their community.
A psychologist who works in the perinatal mood and anxiety disorder community will provide a brief introduction to the film. The film will be followed by a moderated panel discussion in which community professionals and a mom-survivor will answer questions about the film and the experience working with (or in the case of the mom-survivor, being part of) this population in Southern Arizona.
- Participants will describe the barriers to identifying mothers at risk for perinatal anxiety/depression.
- Participants will apply this information to improve ability to recognize symptoms and develop a treatment plan for mothers with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
- Participants will use this information to advocate for awareness and treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
One (1.0) hour of Continuing Education credit is available to psychologists who attend the entire program. The Southern Arizona Psychological Association (SAPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SAPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This activity is also provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing for 1.2 Contact Hours.
Jennifer H. Breslin, PhD
Wen Cai, MD, PhD
Valerie Kading, MSN, NP
Senator Linda Lopez (retired)
Judith E. Riley, MD
Kathy W. Smith, MD