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Dr. Byatt is a perinatal psychiatrist and physician-scientist focused on improving health care systems to promote perinatal mental health. She is a Professor with Tenure of Psychiatry, Ob/Gyn, and Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at UMass Chan Medical School.  She developed the Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program (MCPAP) for Moms (www.mcpapformoms.org). MCPAP for Moms is a statewide program that has 1) increased access to mental health care for millions of perinatal individuals 2) become a national model for perinatal mental health care, and 3) impacted state and national policies and funding. She is the Founding Executive Director of the Lifeline for Families Center and Lifeline for Moms Program (www.lifeline4moms) at UMass Chan Medical School. The Center’s activities include capacity building, consultation, and research. Dr. Byatt’s research program focuses on designing, implementing, and evaluating scalable interventions that aim to improve parental and child mental health services and outcomes. With over ten years of continuous federal funding for her research, Dr. Byatt’s achievements have led to over 80 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, over 250 presentations and numerous national awards. Her love is her family, especially her two teenage boys. Her passion is increasing access to mental health care. Her mission is to redefine maternal and child health care to include mental health care.

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Academic Article Community mental health provider reluctance to provide pharmacotherapy may be a barrier to addressing perinatal depression: a preliminary study.
Concept Mental Health Services
Concept Mental Health
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Academic Article What happens to mental health treatment during pregnancy? Women's experience with prescribing providers.
Academic Article Enhancing Participation in Depression Care in Outpatient Perinatal Care Settings: A Systematic Review.
Academic Article Mental health care use in relation to depressive symptoms among pregnant women in the USA.
Academic Article Education Mitigates the Relationship of Stress and Mental Disorders Among Rural Indian Women.
Academic Article PRogram In Support of Moms (PRISM): a pilot group randomized controlled trial of two approaches to improving depression among perinatal women.
Academic Article Pregnant and Postpartum Women With Bipolar Disorder: Taking the Care to Where They Are.
Academic Article The PRogram In Support of Moms (PRISM): study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial of two active interventions addressing perinatal depression in obstetric settings.
Academic Article Screening for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders in Obstetric Settings.
Academic Article Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, access to care, and health disparities in the perinatal period.
Academic Article The role of clinician assistants in addressing perinatal depression.
Academic Article Perspectives on barriers and facilitators to mental health support after a traumatic birth among a sample of primarily White and privately insured patients.
Academic Article Preventing Pregnancy-Related Mental Health Deaths: Insights From 14 US Maternal Mortality Review Committees, 2008-17.
Award or Honor Receipt Marcé Society of North America Medal for Research
Academic Article A national survey on adaptations by perinatal psychiatry access programs to promote perinatal mental healthcare equity.
Academic Article How to Mitigate Risk of Premature Cardiovascular Disease Among Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Conditions.
Academic Article A Systematic Review of Interventions That Integrate Perinatal Mental Health Care Into Routine Maternal Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
Academic Article The Effects of Breastfeeding on Maternal Mental Health: A Systematic Review.
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