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Check-out upcoming events and enduring training materials below. For additional information on identifying or accessing training related to perinatal behavioral health, reach out to the
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Training Scholarships

We are excited to announce another opportunity to apply for scholarship funds to access perinatal mental health training supported by PSI Kansas and Kansas Connecting Communities!

This scholarship is focused on improving competency for Kansas providers interested in learning more about and advancing expertise in perinatal mental health. We have identified quality, evidence-based training options, available both self-paced and live. It is highly recommended that you complete training on the core competencies of perinatal mental health, before taking advanced or specialized training. See additional information below and apply today!

2024 PSI Kansas Scholarship Application

2024 Pre-Approved Trainings

Frequently Asked Questions

Please reach out to the PSI Kansas office for any additional questions about these scholarship funds:

Kansas Moms in Mind: Consultation Clinic Series

The Kansas Moms in Mind (KMIM) Consultation Clinic series returns for a 2023-24 series. The aim of this free series is to build the knowledge and skills of frontline healthcare providers in addressing perinatal behavioral health disorders, particularly the treatment and medication management of these conditions. Register for the series and join individual clinics as you are available.

Remaining 2024 Clinic Dates: 6/11, 8/13, 10/08

Target Audience: Prescribers and other healthcare/behavioral health professionals


On-Demand KCC Trainings

  • Maternal Mental Health 101 with Melissa Hoffman: Access this pre-recorded webinar presented by the KCC team and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN, PMHN-BC and perinatal mental health content expert to learn more about the basics of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs), including best practice and resource recommendations for professionals serving this population. This training is intended for a general professional audience and does not meet training standards towards perinatal mental health certification. For information on the availability of scholarship funds or Kansas providers seeking perinatal mental health certification training, reach out to
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