Amy M. Loree, PhD

Amy M. Loree, PhD

Dr. Loree received her PhD in clinical psychology from Wayne State University in 2015. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of Michigan. Dr. Loree completed her doctoral internship at Yale University School of Medicine, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship through the VA’s Interprofessional Advanced Fellowship in Addiction Treatment at VA Connecticut Healthcare System and Yale University School of Medicine. She joined the Center for Health Policy and Health Services Research at Henry Ford Health System in July 2017. Her research interests broadly focus on substance use and women’s health, particularly during the perinatal period. Currently, she is a principal investigator on a CDC-funded project implementing technology-based screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT) for hazardous alcohol use in primary care and women’s health clinics, as well as a foundation grant that will develop an integrated behavioral health program for pregnant and postpartum women utilizing virtual care. In addition to her work as a research scientist, Dr. Loree is part-time faculty at Wayne State University’s School of Social Work, and a clinician at Monarch Behavioral Health in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

Cafe 106: Perinatal Mental Health

Room 204

Approximately 1 in 7 women experience symptoms of a perinatal mood disorder at some point in pregnancy and postpartum, yet few are diagnosed or treated. Barriers to accessing care are well-documented and include transportation difficulties, geographic location of treatment, lack of preferred treatment options, limited availability of appointments, limited availability of trained providers, and lack […]

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Cafe 106: Perinatal Mental Health (Repeat)

Room 204

Approximately 1 in 7 women experience symptoms of a perinatal mood disorder at some point in pregnancy and postpartum, yet few are diagnosed or treated. Barriers to accessing care are well-documented and include transportation difficulties, geographic location of treatment, lack of preferred treatment options, limited availability of appointments, limited availability of trained providers, and lack […]

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