Maternal Depression Final Presentation

Maria Lavenant, Carolina Lemus, Lizbeth Herrera
WRI 101
 Depression
affects many people.
 Young, fertile women.
 Parenting is difficult for women with
 Children of depressed
mother’s can develop
similar symptoms.
 Low
 Child Protective
 Low marital
 Interactions
with the mother
 Developmental stages
 Internalizing
Sleeping problems
Low self-esteem
Withdrawn behavior
 Interactions
with peers and others
 Verbally
 Non-verbally
 Externalizing
 Isolation
 Aggression
 Anxiety
 Disorders
illustrate the interplay between
personal and social factors.
 Children with ADHD less likely to develop
Conduct Disorder
 Children interact in a hostile way towards
 Maternal
depression has negative effects on
a child’s personal and social well-being that
can lead into adulthood.
 Limitations
 Marital
 Intelligence
 Low income communities
 Future
and intervention
 Help parents
manage emotions
 Positive parenting
 Focus
in reducing
 Reduce
internalizing and
 Ways to improve
 Databases
Csa: social sciences
Difficulty separating personal and social well-being
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 For
the presentation we collaborated in
putting the slides and text together.
 Maria inserted the images and worked on the
Introduction, Previous Studies and the
Personal & Social slides.
 Carolina worked on Personal well-being,
Methodology, and Future studies slides.
 Lizbeth worked on the Social well-being,
Conclusion, and limitation slides.