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The MGH Postpartum Psychosis Project is pleased to announce that it will offer free “curbside case-based supervision” to providers caring for patients with acute postpartum psychosis, or those who are still suffering after an episode. Postpartum psychosis is a rare and understudied condition and we are happy to make ourselves available to providers by email and phone for brief discussions. Please read the FAQ below and submit a request to be connected with a member of our faculty. Please note that we are able to offer this service solely to care providers.

Who can review a case with a member of the CWMH faculty?

Physicians, nurses, PAs, psychologists, social workers, and therapists.

I am a postpartum psychosis survivor, or one of my loved ones is. Can I ask questions about my or her care?

No.  We are unable to directly consult on a patient’s care unless they are seen through our Center.

Is there a consultation fee for these discussions between CWMH perinatal psychiatrists and providers caring for women with postpartum psychosis?

No. The case-based discussion is offered free of charge.

How is the service carried out?

Providers may submit a discussion request below, which will be shared with a faculty member from the Center for Women’s Mental Health at Mass. General Hospital. The faculty member will then contact the requesting provider by phone during one of the indicated preferred time blocks.

How quickly should I expect to hear back from a clinician?

We aim to answer queries in 1-2 business days, however more time may be necessary.

Case Review Request Form

The contents of this form will be forwarded directly to our study staff, but please keep in mind that this form is not secure and avoid including any protected health information (PHI) such as the patient's birth date, name, or MRN. 

Would you prefer email contact instead of a phone call?
When would you prefer to be called?