Jennifer is the author of, A Mother’s Climb Out of Darkness: A Story About Overcoming Postpartum Psychosis. For over the past 15 years she's been a visible and vocal spokeswoman for education and outreach related to postpartum psychosis. She advocates, writes and speaks on mental health issues striving to increase awareness, education and support of mental health related to childbearing as well as mental health in general.
Jennifer is a trainer for leadership and advocacy in mental health and has experience as a postpartum support and education consultant, a postpartum doula and a volunteer coordinator for Postpartum Support International.
Her media experience includes publishing her personal in the February 2002 issue of Glamour Magazine resulting in a guest appearance on CNN. and an interview for Psychology Today. Jennifer is a member of the National Perinatal Association, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Mental Health America, The Marcé Society, National Association of Mothers’ Centers, Postpartum Support International and International Association for Women’s Mental Health.