A Northwestern Program Rethinks Mental Health For Expectant And New Mothers

STILLBIRTHS ROMA
In this photo, Lindsey Schmitz looks out the window of her home in Chicago. Schmitz gave birth in 2016 to a stillborn son, Sawyer, after a "textbook" pregnancy. (2/18/2019) Teresa Crawford / AP
STILLBIRTHS ROMA
In this photo, Lindsey Schmitz looks out the window of her home in Chicago. Schmitz gave birth in 2016 to a stillborn son, Sawyer, after a "textbook" pregnancy. (2/18/2019) Teresa Crawford / AP

A Northwestern Program Rethinks Mental Health For Expectant And New Mothers

A program at Northwestern Medicine is gaining national attention for its unique approach to mental health services for soon-to-be and new mothers.

RESET sits down with the program’s leaders to hear about what their program offers.

GUEST: Dr. Emily Miller, Compass program creator, maternal-fetal medicine sub-specialist, assistant professor at Northwestern University

Lauren Ratliff, Compass care coordinator, licensed social worker