Postpartum Support International

North Dakota

Postpartum Support International (PSI) is 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 increase awareness, education, prevention, and treatment of perinatal mental health issues affecting individuals, their families, and support systems in all areas of North Dakota.

Our Vision is that all pregnant and postpartum individuals and their families, including those from underserved communities, will have access to perinatal support, mental health/healthcare providers, education, and resources to improve overall well-being through advocacy, training, and increased awareness of perinatal mental health.

Natalie ReiterNatalie Reiter, Co-Chair

Natalie is a mother of two and professional counselor. Natalie’s passion for maternal mental health began with her own perinatal mental health journey and has continued to grow and led to the founding of her private practice which specializes in reproductive mental health.

Nicole WeissNicole Weiss, Co-Chair

Nicole is a licensed mental health and substance use therapist in North Dakota. Nicole struggled with her own postpartum mental health issues after the birth of her first child. This opened her eyes and heart to the necessity of education, support, and advocacy in the area of perinatal mental health. Her private practice seeks to offer a safe, supportive environment for those struggling with these issues. Nicole’s personal interests include traveling, learning new skills, and dance parties with her husband and two children.

Kristin KnorrKristin Knorr

Kristin is a strategic, adaptable collaborator with a passion for the wellbeing of children, mothers, and families. She works across the state of ND supporting and advocating for high-quality youth development programs and provides women’s health education through community prenatal classes. Kristin discovered Postpartum Support International after finding herself juggling working and being home with a newborn during the pandemic. She lives with her husband and two toddlers in blessed chaos.

Natasha McDonnellNatasha McDonnell, Treasurer

Natasha McDonnell is a North Dakota Licensed Social Worker with 7 years of experience working in the field of social work and mental health. She has worked greatly with women, children, and families in multiple settings such as hospitals, in-home, and in the community. Natasha is currently a graduate student studying in Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Master of Social Work program. While experiencing pregnancy and postpartum first-hand, Natasha developed a passion for helping parents grow a healthy support system and increasing access to mental health services. Natasha’s personal interests include spending time with her spouse, pets, family, and friends. She loves to travel and make new memories with those close to her.

Trishia PowellTrishia Powell, Co Secretary

My name is Trishia Powell. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and co-founder of a private mental health practice for women called Becoming Balanced in Fargo ND. I specialize in women’s mental health, and have a certification in perinatal mental health through Postpartum Support International.

My interest and passion for perinatal mental health was sparked by my own experience with postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth of my first child. I am passionate about helping other moms as they navigate through the ups and downs of being a mom, and help them to live their best life not only for their children, but also for themselves.

I live in Fargo with my husband Aaron and our 3 wonderful children, Griffin, Peyton, and Oliver. Much of my free time is spent attending my children’s sporting events and other activities. I also enjoy working out, golfing, and just relaxing. I am excited and honored to be a part of PSI-North Dakota Chapter as I see it as such an important resource!

Kathy SchommerKathy Schommer, Co Secretary

Kathy Schommer is the founder and owner of, a parenting resource website for parents local to the Fargo-Moorhead area. Her love of marketing and background in helping families as a social worker (MSW) led her to create a place for parents to find helpful resources they need, things to do with their kids, and relatable motherhood content to connect moms online. She is also a Volunteer Support Coordinator for Postpartum Support International for the Eastern ND region.

Kathy became passionate about maternal mental health after her own experience following the birth of her twins. Since then, she has worked to connect moms both online and in-person to navigate the postpartum period and reassure them that they are not alone in the journey.

Kathy has 3 girls, twins born in 2015 and another daughter born in 2018. She lives in West Fargo with her husband and children.

Ashley Belcourt, At Large

Ashley Belcourt is a second-year graduate student at the University of Mary studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is passionate about perinatal mental health and has completed her MMH-C and will be working towards PMH-C. Although Ashley is currently in her CMHC internship, she has additional training in PMADS, CPT, perinatal OCD, advanced perinatal mental health psychotherapy, psychopharmacology in perinatal mental health, and perinatal loss.

Kate Tulibaski, At Large

Kate is a faculty member at NDSU in Fargo, ND by day and pursues her passion of helping educate and empower mothers and families through community prenatal and breastfeeding education by night. Her passion for maternal and child health blossomed during her own journey through pregnancy, birth, and postpartum after years of infertility. It has inspired her to work so that our communities can become a village of support for mothers and families through all stages of the parenthood journey. Kate lives in West Fargo with her husband and four sons.

Abby Lange, At-Large Abby Lange

Abby Lange spends her days working in public health. Her flnights are spent juggling a herd of spoiled dogs, and attending as many football and hockey games as possible. Mental health support has been a passion of Abby’s since becoming a paramedic in 2014. Her ambition to support parents and families ignited when her youngest had an extended stay in the NICU. She lives with her husband and 3 children in Fargo.

Interested in joining our Board? Fill out our Board Interest Form.

Want to make a difference in North Dakota?

Become a member or donate today!

PSI relies on members and contributions from the community to promote awareness, prevention, and treatment of maternal mental health issues related to childbearing.

All memberships are tax-deductible.

Become a PSI-ND Volunteer

There are many ways to help and volunteer with PSI, and we would love to have you join us. All are welcome at PSI! Survivors, mental health professionals, doulas, clinicians, and anyone else interested and passionate about raising awareness about perinatal mental health can volunteer through the chapter in order to give back to their local communities.

PSI Chapters are made up of a variety of local advocates and stakeholders who further the mission of PSI on a grassroots level. Chapters work on a wide range of initiatives that they develop based on their communities needs. While some chapters may focus on passing legislation, others may create a robust network of peer support groups, and all chapters provide scholarships for PSI trainings and events.

Contact the Chapter to find out about volunteer opportunities near you. Explore other volunteer opportunities on the PSI website.

Support Groups

New & Expecting Parent Virtual Peer Support Group

Thursdays from 3:00pm-4:30pm


PSI-ND offers scholarships for PSI perinatal mental health trainings and conferences. Please contact the Chapter for more information.

PSI-ND News & Events

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