Postpartum is Forever: Social Support from Conception through Grandparenthood

By Jane Honikman 

Postpartum is not just about motherhood and it is not time limited. It is a personal and unique journey for each human being. Postpartum is Forever describes the author’s own experiences and is based on the premise that all families deserve social support for a lifetime. The book embraces fathers, non-birth parents, and grandparents. The narrative includes perinatal and gerontology research and the history of the scientific and social support movements. It is evidence based and focuses on the value of family resources.


Parental Mental Health: Grandparenthood Lecture

By Jane Honikman 

Running time: 1:08

Grandparents are part of important public health decisions, implications and policies for society. Their mental health cannot be ignored as they parent another generation.This lecture is an exploration of their roles and responsibilities, and experiences. It includes historical and cultural nuances based on academic research.


Parental Mental Health: Factoring in Fathers

By Jane Honikman and Daniel Singley

The purpose of this book is to include men in the discussion about early parenthood, to foster a gender-equitable, whole-family approach to parental mental health, and to increase awareness about best practices in the care for expectant and new fathers.


Parental Mental Health: Factoring in Fathers Workbook

By Jane Honikman and Daniel Singley

This workbook is a companion to the book Parental Mental Health: Factoring in Fathers co-authored by Daniel Singley and Jane Honikman. It is designed to engage you in addressing the unmet needs of expectant and new fathers and how communities and professionals can improve the care of all parents who may be marginalized by current parental mental health practices.


I’m Listening, 2018 Revised Edition

A Guide to Supporting Postpartum Families.

This edition of I’m Listening brings men into the equation and focuses on the mental wellness of all parents. It is my hope that we will switch our language to be more inclusive and I prefer the term parental mental health.


Postpartum Action Manual

How to Provide Comfort, Encouragement, and Guidance to New Families

A Pragmatic Approach to Reach and Teach Peer Leaders


My Diary

A Postpartum Journey from Pain to Purpose


Community Support for New Families

A Guide to Organizing a Postpartum Parent Support Network in Your Community

From Praeclarus Press


Discount pricing is available when purchasing multiple copies of the books, please contact Jane for details.

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