Postpartum Support International


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 Nebraska.

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.

Emily GoodmanChair

Emily L. Goodman LIMHP, LADC, PMH-C

Emily is a mother of three, wife, and therapist in Lincoln, NE. She has been a PSI coordinator for NE since 2021. Emily specializes in Anxiety, ADHD, and perinatal disorders in women. She has been in private practice for 7 years.

Emily enjoys being with her family, gardening, and supporting women to feel supported, strong, empowered, beautiful, focused and affiliated.

Sarah KellyVice Chair

Sarah Kelly

For the past 16 years, Sarah has served Lincoln as a RN, BSN at Bryan Health, experienced in Women’s Health and Post Partum care. Her additional work is in the Specialty Clinic and as a SANE nurse. Sarah recently obtained her certification for Nebraska as a Peer Support Specialist and has led efforts in developing a peer led birth trauma support group, MomEmbrace. This support group will soon be holding their first in-person meeting. Sarah’s own lived experience with birth trauma encouraged her involvement with United Brachial Plexus Network, sharing her story at family camps and Bryan Health conferences through presentations about birth trauma and PTSD.

Sarah and her husband reside in Lincoln, Nebraska, where they have raised three children. Sarah’s personal experiences and her family are what has inspired Sarah to want to support any mom struggling with perinatal mood disorders.

Jill Hart


Jill Hart, LIMHP, LPC

Jill Hart is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner in Omaha, NE. She specializes in perinatal mental health, anxiety, depression, and complex trauma. She provides therapy using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). Jill has been a provider at Nebraska Medicine for the past three years and has been a therapist for six years.

Dezi McEvoyTreasurer

Dezi McEvoy

Dezi McEvoy is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and specializes in Perinatal Mental Health, couples counseling and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). She currently practices at Monarch Counseling helping individuals and couple navigate various concerns such as perinatal mental health, anxiety, depression, self-esteem concerns and other life adjustments.

Jennifer Rokeby-MayeuxLiaison

Jennifer Rokeby-Mayeux LCSW

Jennifer is a licensed clinical social worker and is certified in perinatal mental health (PMH-C).  She has worked with birthing people for over 25 years, she is a retired doula and is a DONA International Past President. Jennifer owns Meadowlark Counseling in Lincoln, NE, where she provides behavioral health therapy to individuals, including people in the perinatal period. When she is not working Jennifer enjoys fostering small animals for the Capital Humane Society, baking and spending time at home with her family.

Kaitlyn Crutchley ThompsonSocial Media Co-Chair

Kaitlyn Thompson

Kaitlyn Thompson is a medical student at the University of  Nebraska Medical Center. She is planning to specialize in psychiatry and has an interest in peripartum mental health. Outside of school and clinicals, Kaitlyn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, group fitness classes, and trying new coffee shops and restaurants.

Alexandra PoolSocial Media Co-Chair

Alexandra Pool

Hi I’m Ali, I am a 3rd year soon to be 4th year medical student at  UNMC. I am going to apply to OB/GYN residency and got involved with PSI Nebraska to start supporting Mom’s in their  motherhood journey.

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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.

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Become a PSI-NE 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.


PSI-NE offers scholarships for PSI perinatal mental health trainings and conferences.

Please contact the Chapter for more information.

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