Do You Want to Learn A New Perspective About Postpartum Mental Health?

Throughout this trauma-informed postpartum mental health video series you will gather information about the following:

  • Signs and symptoms of postpartum mental unrest

  • Contributing factors towards postpartum mental unrest

  • What happens to your mind and heart when there are unresolved stressors

  • Why a mental health diagnosis is not always the best option

  • What you can do to help restore your mind and heart

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • A message from Jennifer

  • 2

    Let's get started!

    • The Problem

    • What is Contributing to The Problem

    • Top 3 Factors That Influence the Problem

    • What You Can Do About the Problem

  • 3

    Next Steps...

    • Checklist to Determine If You Were Negatively Impacted by Your Childbirth Experience

    • Childbirth Stress and Postpartum Mood Disorders - Published Article

    • Am I Ready To Heal

    • Diving Into Your Healing

Your Guide

Jennifer Summerfeldt


Jennifer is a trauma-informed psychotherapist with 20 years of experience in the field of maternal health and psychology studies. Jennifer holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology and certificates in Trauma Recovery and Grief Support Counselling. She was a student of traditional direct-entry midwifery for many years. Jennifer is the author of two published books: Healing After Birth and Midwifery for The Soul. Jennifer's motto is that trauma-informed care without SOUL is missing the mark; Let's bring soul back into the conversation around healing and psychology.

Healing After Birth Guidebook

Jennifer is the author, creator, and host of the Healing After Birth Guidebook, Program, and Podcast. Grab a copy of the guidebook if you have not done so already. "Jennifer has written from her decades worth of experience in the field, as well, as a mother to three. A pioneer in her field, her visionary work will move you! Healing After Birth is a powerful work of our collective herstory. Necessary, needed, and so next-level."