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July Newsletter


The summer months are often busy for families because school is officially out and parents are juggling many responsibilities. Additionally, communities all over the United States were busy celebrating pride in June. As the concept of “family” evolves over time, we encourage wellness and health professionals to continue practicing inclusive treatment that makes everyone feel welcome. Following Global Parents' Day last month, our team sends you good wishes for National Parents' Day on July 28th and a happy belated 4th of July!

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- Seleni Team

Keeping in touch with Seleni
Seleni Welcome Breakfast
At the end of June, we welcomed professionals to the new Seleni office to discuss the intersection of emotional and physical health. We hope to host more events in the coming months - if you live in the New York area and are interested in joining, please send us an email at
Spread the Word About the MMHI
Please share the Maternal Mental Health Intensive Online/In-Person training with your network! You will be helping to bring valuable PMADs and Perinatal Loss and Grief expertise to professionals everywhere, supporting families and communities.

If you have participated in our training, please take the time to review
Seleni online. We appreciate your continued support!
Families are Changing, Policies Need to Change Too
It is important that governments keep up with the needs of today's evolving families. 
How Splitting Time Between Two Homes Impacts Children
Divorce is one of the biggest changes to family structure, here's how it impacts children.
How Social Workers Can Prioritize Self-Care in High-Stress Working Environments
Tips for promoting mental well-being while working in a demanding social services role.
A New Push Aims to Bring Mental Health and Addiction into the 2020 Campaign Conversation
Mental Health issues are front and center in the 2020 presidential campaign.
We are fundraising for an incredibly important initiative. Our Maternal Mental Health Intensive program trains mental health professionals to effectively screen, diagnose and treat women suffering from Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and grief from perinatal loss. PMADs affect at least 1 in 5 mothers, and they affect almost half of all mothers from low-socioeconomic backgrounds.

With your help, we can provide professionals with the tools to improve maternal mental health in communities in need.
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