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Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS)

The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) was developed to assist health professionals in detecting mothers suffering from PPD; a distressing disorder more prolonged than the “blues”. The scale consists of 10 short statements. A mother checks off one of four...

Perinatal Grief Scale

The Perinatal Grief Scale is used to measure a patient’s active grief, difficulty coping, and despair through a collection of thoughts and feelings which some people have concerning a loss.

Case Vignette – Claire

In this case vignette, providers will assist Claire, a 32 year old woman with a history of anxiety and depression, make an appointment with a new PCP.  

Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)

MoCA is the most sensitive and validated cognitive screening tool, supported by over 500 peer-reviewed studies. MoCA Full is widely used internationally by various medical professionals and available in over 100 languages and dialects. Other MoCA versions are...

My Relapse Prevention Plan

This worksheet should be used to help patients formulate and adhere to their relapse prevention plan. For more information see this video.  

Behavioral Activation Quick Guide

This infographic provides details on behavioral activation - a brief intervention that breaks patterns of avoidance and helps reestablish routines, thereby increasing pleasurable experiences and decreasing depression in patients.

RUB CBT Manual: Behavioral Activation for Depression

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a short-term, evidence-based treatment for many mental health concerns, including depression. It is based on science that shows that thoughts (cognitions) and behaviors (actions, choices) affect the way we feel (emotions). This...

Patient Education About Anti-Depressants

This video follows a conversation between a patient and a treating provider. They discuss benefits, side effects and processes behind taking antidepressants.

Mental health fact sheets (EFDC)

Patients can download or print these mental health fact sheets and tools so they have them available at any time. They can use the tools on their own, or bring them to their next health care appointment to review with their doctor.