Healthy Navajo K'é

Maternal Mental Health

September 06, 2022 Diné College and Northern Arizona University Season 3 Episode 4
Healthy Navajo K'é
Maternal Mental Health
Show Notes

Yá’áh’tééh! In today’s episode, we invited a special guest Dr. Jennifer Richards with Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Resilience, to discuss Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder (PMADs) and ways to support birthing people who may be affected by this. We appreciate Dr. Jennifer Richards for joining us and sharing her knowledge. 

 

To our listeners, we appreciate your continued support! Please listen for the unique code word during the episode. Comment the code word under the flyer for this podcast episode on our Facebook and Instagram page to be entered into a raffle for a crocheted plush animal, crocheted mug pin cushion, or a crocheted pair of earrings from Rolanda’s Yarn! We will be choosing three winners for each of the items. 
 

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This podcast episode was in partnership with Rolanda’s yarn! Please check out this incredible native artist on Instagram. You can find handcrafted crocheted items such as scarves, earrings, plush animals, and other handmade crafts you may be interested in purchasing. Please support small native artists! You can also find their username on our flyer for this episode podcast on our social media page. 

This podcast was sponsored by the Arizona Department of Health Services through federal funding. From the Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant. The views expressed are the sole responsibility of Dine College and Northern Arizona University. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arizona Department of Health Services or the United States Government.