The Maternal Mental Health Strategy Saskatchewan Advisory Group are mothers, advocates, and healthcare providers improving awareness, and recommending policy updates for women who suffer from depression and or anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), psychosis or more during pregnancy and postpartum. Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) are treatable!
Angela Bowen – co-Chair and SK Maternal Mental Health Strategy, Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elita Paterson – co-Chair and SK Maternal Mental Health Strategy, Public Representative, email@example.com
Sara Beckel – Family First Doula Services, Lilium Health & Mother with lived experience
Rashmi Tandukar Bhaukaji – Perinatal and Infant Health Program Coordinator, Saskatchewan Prevention Institute
Morag Granger – Ministry of Health, Population Health Branch, Public Health Nursing Consultant
Amanda Harder – Mother of 4 & Founder, Mothers Empowering Mothers Inc., Saskatoon’s Postpartum Support Group
Ally Hrbachek – Mother of 3 & Owner/Baker/Educator, Ally’s Cake Creeations
Kim Larson – Clinical Social Worker, Bloom Counselling & Wellness Center
Jessica Kitchemonia – Mother of 4 from southeast Five Hills
Cara Maher – Manager, Provincial HealthLine 811
Zoya Malik – Mother of 2 & Manager, International Student Services, University of Regina
Phyllis O’Connor – Executive Director, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Saskatchewan Division
Monica Totton – Executive Director, Regina Early Learning Centre
Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to raise a mother.