Thursday, December 17th, 2020
AAIMH Monthly Webinar Meeting
Addiction, Pregnancy, and Postpartum Depression: A Look into a Neglected Issue and Population
This webinar will provide an in-depth overview of pregnancy and postpartum depression in relation to substance abuse. There is an overall gap in research regarding these issues, despite binge-drinking and polysubstance abuse rates being higher than women who did not give birth or who did give birth but did not have postpartum depression. Opioid use disorders are of particular concern as many Mothers do not receive medication-assisted treatment for opioid use, triggering additional problems. Diagnostic criteria, integrated treatment methods, as well as, specialized counseling will be covered.
Stephanie Rose, DSW, LCSW, AADC, DCS
Dr. Stephanie Rose is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences, Addiction Studies Program. She graduated from Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her Doctor of Social Work with an emphasis in addiction. Dr. Rose received her Master’s of Social Work and Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Dr. Rose is a Licensed Certified Social Worker, Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, as well as, a Drug and Alcohol Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Rose is a member of the Arkansas Collegiate Network and served on the National Association of Social Work Board in several positions, including President. Dr. Rose continues to practice as a mental health professional with a focus on co-occurring disorders. Dr. Rose teaches both undergraduate and graduate students in the field of addiction.
Dr. Rose’s research interests include:
· Trauma and Addiction
· Service-Learning and Addiction Education
· Pregnancy and Addiction
· Developmentally Appropriate Interventions for Youth with Substance Abuse
· Vaping and Tobacco Use
· Behavioral Addictions
· Addiction Trends and Treatment Among College Students
· Addiction and Treatment Policy
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