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Women's Mental Health Program


To provide comprehensive evaluation and evidence-based treatments for women experiencing reproductive-related psychiatric disorders to improve the lives of patients and their families.

The main focus of the Women’s Mental Health Program is on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Clinical care provided by the program is complemented by research across a range of reproductive areas, including pregnancy, family and children’s mental health, fertility treatment, and menopause.

The program is also committed to community outreach and education, as well as education and training initiatives for clinicians.


Dr. Patricia F. Widra describes the psychiatric services provided to women at the University of Maryland Women's Mental Health Program.

A short description of symptoms

Jill Rachbeisel
Jill RachBeisel, MD
Interim Director, Women's Health Program

View Dr. RachBeisel's Faculty Profile

Contact Us

Call 410 328-5881 

For more information, visit University of Maryland Women's Mental Health Program (UMMC).