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Jodi Pawluski

Behavioural Neuroscientist Therapist

Jodi Pawluski is a behavioral neuroscientist and a therapist. For over a decade her research has focused on the neuroscience of motherhood and the effects of maternal mental illness and antidepressant medications on the mother and offspring. One key theme that has come from her research experience is that effective treatment to maintain maternal mental health is necessary. She regularly speaks nationally and internationally about her research findings as well as the fascinating effects of motherhood on the maternal brain. She also hosts the podcast 'Mommy Brain Revisited' where she talks with experts in the field of the neuroscience of parenting.


Area of Research Expertise
Mom brain; stress; SSRI; perinatal mental illness; neuroscience