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Coping with Postpartum Depression: What You Need to Know

http://globalnews. ca/video/742768/po stpartum-depressio n  (Thursday Jun 26 | post #3)

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"Mom, is the Fish Sleeping?": Dealing with Family Loss

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych. & Ms. Leah Enns, MA., in celebration of "February is Psychology Month". Thursday, February 28th., 2013 in cooperation with McNally Robinson Booksellers, Grant Park Shopping Mall, Winnipeg, Manitoba. https://www.mcnall yrobinson.com/even t-12086/Manitoba-P sychological-Socie ty----Presentation / This public talk will focus on the various ways that family members react to and can cope with loss. Different kinds of loss will be discussed, ranging from the death of a pet to neonatal loss and other kinds of family tragedy. Grief and changes in the family system, how children deal with loss and what can be done as a family to help children understand and cope will be highlighted. Information about this public presentation and other Psychology Month topics can be found at http://www.mps.ca/ mps.ca/Docs/psymon th/2013/PsychMonth 2013Large.pdf  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #1)

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Lorsque donner naissance ne va pas comme prévu

Comment survivre au traumatisme qui peut suivre l’accouchement - Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych. & Ms. Zoe Therrien, MA. in celebration of "February is Psychology Month". Lundi le 25 février 2013: Atrium, St. Boniface General Hospital. Cette présentation mettra l’accent sur l’expérience de vivre un accouchement traumatisant. La discussion portera sur les impacts psychologiques potentiels lors d’un tel événement inattendu ainsi que la variété de réactions qui peuvent être vécues par les deux parents. Cette présentation identifiera également les signes permettant d’identifier les individus ayant de la difficulté à gérer le traumatisme ainsi que ce que l’on peut faire pour les aider. Information about other Psychology Month topics can be found at http://www.mps.ca/ mps.ca/Docs/psymon th/2013/PsychMonth 2013Large.pdf  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #1)

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When Giving Birth isn’t What You Expected

Coping with Trauma in Labour and Delivery - Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych. & Ms. Zoe Therrien, MA. A public presentation in celebration of "February is Psychology Month". Monday, February 25th., 2013 at the Atrium - St. Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba. The presentation will focus on what may be involved in an unexpectedly traumatic birthing experience, including the potential psychological impact and variety of reactions experienced by both parents in this challenging situation. The discussion will also identify warning signs of individuals who are having difficulty dealing with this trauma and what others can do to help and support them. Information about other Psychology Month topics can be found at http://www.mps.ca/ mps.ca/Docs/psymon th/2013/PsychMonth 2013Large.pdf  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #1)

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“Coping with Trauma: What Makes Us Resilient?"

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych., Ms. Leah Enns, MA., & Ms. Zoe Therrien, MA. Another public presentation in celebration of "February is Psychology Month". Presentation will focus on what “trauma” means, the range of reactions children, adolescents and adults may experience when confronted by a traumatic experience, and how people often cope. We will also identify “red flags” or warning signs for individuals who are having difficulty dealing with the trauma and what others can do to help. We will close with a discussion of the resilience of individuals in the face of trauma. http://www.mps.ca/ mps.ca/Docs/psymon th/2013/PsychMonth 2013Large.pdf Friday, February 22nd., 2013 at the Niverville Arena. In partnership with the Niverville Recreation and Wellness Centre, Niverville Arena, Niverville, Manitoba.  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #1)

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Coping with Trauma: What Makes Us Resilient?

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych., Ms. Zoe Therrien, MA., & Ms. Leah Enns, MA. Public presentation in participation of "February is Psychology Month". February 19, 2013, Atrium - St. Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba. The talk will focus on what “trauma” means, the range of reactions children, adolescents and adults may experience when confronted by a traumatic experience, and how people often cope. It will also identify “red flags” or warning signs for individuals who are having difficulty dealing with the trauma and what others can do to help. A discussion of the resilience of individuals in the face of trauma will conclude the talk. Information about other Psychology Month topics can be found at http://www.mps.ca/ mps.ca/Docs/psymon th/2013/PsychMonth 2013Large.pdf  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #1)

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Coping with Postpartum Depression: What You Need to Know

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych., Ms. Rebecca Wells, M.A., & Ms. Alissa Levy, M.A.; Public presentation in participation of February is Psychology Month". February 24, 2011, Rady Community Centre, 123 Doncaster Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. See www.mps.ca  (Feb 10, 2011 | post #1)

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Effects of Living with Chronic Illness on Personal Relati...

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C. Psych., Ms. Rebecca Wells, M.A. Public presentation in participation of "February is Psychology Month"; February 15, 2011, Reh-Fit Centre, 1390 Taylor Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. See www.mps.ca  (Feb 10, 2011 | post #1)

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Grief and Loss of Pregnancy or Newborn Life

Dr. Carrie Lionberg, C.Psych. & Ms. Tevya Hunter, M.A. Public presentation in participation in "February is Psychology Month"; ACCESS Transcona, 845 Regent Avenue West; Winnipeg, Manitoba  (Feb 10, 2011 | post #1)