PhD, CGC, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Advocating for all people to be mentally healthy in times of transition
Catriona Hippman, PhD, CGC
I am a postdoctoral research fellow with the BC Women's Reproductive Mental Health Program, the UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and the University of Calgary Faculty of Nursing.
My doctoral work focused on how to support women deciding about how to care for their mental health during pregnancy. I am thrilled to present my findings in a charming animation below, titled Creating Comfort in Choice.
Creating Comfort in Choice Theory: A decision making model that describes how women decide whether or not to take antidepressant medication during pregnancy
About the Animated Video
It describes the personal journey women take in deciding whether or not to take antidepressant medication during pregnancy. It is created in the hopes that others can understand the complexities of making such a decision, while navigating internal and external influences.
Continue reading more about the animated video...
Links mentioned in the video: BC Reproductive Mental Health Program | Pacific Post Partum Support Society | The Adapt Clinic