All mothers, fathers, and families deserve support during pregnancy and parenthood.
Welcome. We’re so glad you are here.
PSI-KY is the Kentucky state chapter of Postpartum Support International (PSI), the world’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to helping those suffering from perinatal mood disorders, the most common complication of childbirth.
Our mission is to promote equity and inclusion in awareness, prevention, and treatment of mental health issues related to pregnancy, childbearing, and parenting in Kentucky.
Find a local PSI Volunteer:
If you, or a loved one, is suffering with perinatal mood disorders, you’ve come to the right place. Contact one of our local PSI Volunteers, who will help guide you through the process of finding a professional near you with expertise and experience in treating perinatal mood disorders.
We do not offer crisis management services. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911 or use one of the resources below:
National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255
Louisville—The Crisis And Information Center: 502-589-4313
Lexington—Bluegrass Regional Health: 800-928-8000
Ashland—Pathways Inc of Ashland: 800-562-8909
Bowling Green—Life Skills Helpline: 502-843-4357 or 800-223-8913
Corbin—Corbin Emergency Services: 606-528-7010
Elizabethtown—Crisis Line: 502-769-1304 Or 800-641-4673
Hazard—KY River Community Care: 800-262-7491
Hopkinsville—Crisis Line: 502-886-5163
Owensboro—River Valley Behavioral: 502-684-9466
Want to make a difference? Become a member today.
- Receive PSI-KY quarterly newsletter
- Invitation to Members Only Events
- Help us fulfill our mission and feel good for helping a great cause!
Memberships are tax-deductible donations.
Our mission is to promote awareness, education, prevention, and treatment of perinatal mental health issues affecting mothers, their families, and support systems in all areas of Kentucky.
PSI-KY is an all-volunteer organization and a State Chapter of Postpartum Support International, a 501(c)(3) organization. The Tax ID number of Postpartum Support International and PSI-KY is 77-0196208.
Meet our Board of Directors
Norah Chapman, Ph.D, HSP
Dr. Chapman is a licensed Counseling Psychologist in the states of Kentucky and Indiana and is the Associate Chair of the School of Professional Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, KY. She is passionate about working with women across the perinatal to postpartum journey, from pregnancy loss to peri and postnatal mood disorders. She is a co-founder of the Rowen: Specialty Clinic for Women in the Center for Behavioral Health at Spalding University. There, doctoral students in clinical psychology are trained to work with women all along the journey to and through motherhood. Dr. Chapman is also interested in advocacy for improvements to maternal mental health care at the policy and community levels.
Amy Lynn Young, PsyD, MSEd, HSP
Psychologist, Survivor, and Mama to twin boys.
Director of Clinical Training for Spalding University.
Associate Professor in the School of Professional Psychology-Spalding University.
Co-founder of the ROWEN: Specialty Clinic for Women
Co-Chair of the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies-Spalding University
“I am honored to serve the women and families of Kentucky. We are gathering a network of providers and advocates who are creating changes across our community. You are not alone in this journey. ”
Jennifer Sanders, MA, LPP
After becoming a mama in 2012, I fell in love with the “hood” of motherhood. After more than a decade of working with children and families, I quickly realized that I could pair my love for psychology and motherhood and use it to help others. In April of 2017, I began a private practice in Louisville specializing in perinatal mental health, including PMADs as well as pregnancy and infant loss. I have a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and have been trained in the treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) by Postpartum Support International, as a postpartum doula by DONA International, and in lactation counseling. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to serve on PSI-KY’s Board to increase awareness, advocacy, resources, and services in our community.
Kim Vilt, APRN, PMHNP-BC, PMH-C
- Mom, Maker, Nurse Practitioner, Former baby spinner
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner specializing in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders at Louisville Behavioral Health Systems, PLLC
“Pregnancy, childbirth and caring for a newborn is hard. I want all moms, birthing persons and their families to know they are not alone; that their struggles matter and that we are here to help. I’m honored to be part of the PSI family and serve our Kentucky community.”
Stephanie Adamkin Delambre, MS, LPP
Interim Secretary; Member at Large
Mom, Wife, Survivor
Licensed Psychological Practitioner in Private Practice
“I fully believe that parenting is the hardest job anyone can take on, even under the most ideal of circumstances. When those circumstance are less than ideal, when there are complications, mental health struggles, isolation, etc. it can feel exponentially more overwhelming. We were never meant to parent alone; it takes a village to raise a child and to raise a mama! Sometimes it can be hard to ask for help, I have found it to be one of the bravest things that we can do for both ourselves and our kiddos.”
Cassandra Lorraine Hanna, LCSW, PMH-C
Mother, Wife, Survivor
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Advocate, Leader
“After I struggled in my postpartum journey, I knew I wanted to be able to help others during this chapter of their lives. How I would have wanted the maternal mental health support that PSI offers! But, I now know where to turn to in the future. I sought out the PMH-C training to be able to serve families in the Southcentral Kentucky area. Fueled with maternal mental health knowledge, I joined PSI KY to be an advocate of statewide change.”
Survivor and Advocate
“After my own experience with postpartum depression and anxiety, I knew that I wanted to help others who are struggling. In my volunteer position as a coordinator, I’ve encountered many people who felt the same way I did- afraid, alone, and ashamed. I feel so grateful to be able to collaborate with a wonderful group of people to spread awareness about postpartum mental health and increase resources across the commonwealth. I believe that together we can create a community that allows for future generations to come forward and receive the care they deserve.”
At-Large Board Member
*Survivor of PPD
-Mother of two beautiful daughters
-Working with “Today’s Women” magazine local to Louisville
My name is Nicole, and I am a proud mother of two daughters! A fashion major, and Chicago Native. I have lived in Louisville for almost four years now and so excited to have joined a team of women to start the first Chapter here in Kentucky with PSI! I love connecting people to resources that are available to help make life just a little easier! I enjoy anything mother nature related, yoga, or simply being mindful and aware of the World around me. People coming together to help each other is the most wonderful thing I have experienced , besides having my two children. I strive to be a part of that as best I can and so happy to be introducing myself as part of PSI and all the great it has to offer!
Ana’Neicia Williams, LCSW, PMH-C
At-Large Board Member
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Mommy, Entrepreneur and Birth Justice Advocate
- Clinical Director and Founder of Momology Maternal Wellness Club
- Adjunct Professor in the School of Social Work-Spalding University and University of Louisville Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work and Family Sciences
- Kentucky Birth Justice Consultant for SisterSong Women of Color for Reproductive Justice Collective
- Doctoral Student within School of Social Work-Spalding University
“I am passionate about amplifying the voices of birthing people through advocacy and research. I believe birthing persons and their families deserve access to equitable care and an opportunity to secure a deeper connection to self, children, family and community within the PSI- Kentucky network.
For more information or if you are interested in volunteering, please contact us using the form below and we’ll be in touch soon.
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