2016 Training Faculty

Pec Indman, EdD, MFT
Director of Women's Health, Regroup Therapy

Dr. Indman is a psychotherapist with more than 25 years in private practice in California. As a past Postpartum Support International (PSI) board member and chair of the Education and Training Committee, she continues to develop curriculum and offer trainings. Dr. Indman is a certified perinatal mood and anxiety disorders trainer for PSI and conducts trainings, consultations, and keynote addresses on perinatal mental health, nationally and internationally. She is co-author of the book, Beyond the Blues, Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression & Anxiety. As an invited consultant, she has worked on state and federal Maternal Child and Adolescent Health programs and projects. She is an active member of Postpartum Support International, the North American Society for Psychosocial OB/GYN (NASPOG), and the Marce Society.

Wendy Davis, PhD
Executive Director, Postpartum Support International

Dr. Davis has a counseling and consulting practice in Portland specializing in pregnancy, birth, and postpartum mental health. As executive director of Postpartum Support International (PSI), she coordinates PSI services, programs, and 200 support volunteers in the United States and abroad. She is the founding director of Baby Blues Connection support organization and now serves as their clinical advisor and volunteer training consultant. Dr. Davis is a certified perinatal mood and anxiety disorders trainer for PSI and conducts trainings, consultations, and keynote addresses on perinatal mental health. She chaired Oregon's Maternal Mental Health Workgroup convened by legislation in 2009, and the subsequent committee writing the Oregon's Maternal Mental Health Patient and Provider Education Act. Dr. Davis consults to the Oregon Health Authority in their development of initiatives to support public awareness, treatment pathways, and provider education of the mental health needs of pregnant, postpartum, and post pregnancy-loss women and their families. She provides training and consultation in governmental, clinical, and community settings and enjoys working with diverse communities to develop sustainable perinatal mental health support and treatment networks.

Shawn B. Hersevoort, MD, MPH
Director of Integrated Mental Health, UCSF Fresno Ambulatory Care Center
Health Sciences Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF Fresno

Shawn Hersevoort, MD, MPH is the director of Integrated Mental Health at the UCSF Fresno Ambulatory Care Center. His medical training and Master's of Public Health in International Health were completed at Tulane University School of Medicine and Public Health in New Orleans, Louisiana. His psychiatric residency training was done at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco, California.

Prior to joining the faculty at UCSF Fresno, Dr. Hersevoort worked primarily in outpatient psychiatry, although spent a portion of his time in other settings including teaching the Crisis Intervention Psychotherapy course to residents at CPMC. Other work included the inpatient services at Alta Bates Hospital, in Berkeley, the Psychosomatic Medicine service at UCSF, and the Psychiatric Emergency Service at John George Psychiatric Pavilion, in San Leandro. Dr. Hersevoort is currently the Sierra President and Secretary for the Central California Psychiatric Society, as well as the Vice-chair of the Education Committee for the California Psychiatric Association.

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