Posted by Peggy Kaufman
On Saturday, July 11, Postpartum Progress, a nonprofit organization that raises awareness, fights stigma, and provides peer support to women with maternal mental illness, held their first Warrior Mom Conference in downtown Boston for new mothers who experiencedpostpartum depression.
I was invited to participate on a professional panel for “Educate and Empower,” the conference’s kick-off event. I joined three other professionals and spoke about community support and what the Center for Early Relationship Support® (CERS) has learned from 26 years of programming.
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