Clinical Advisory Board
The mission of the IAPMD Clinical Advisory Board is to:
Improve the lives of people affected by premenstrual mood disorders (PMDs) by 1. educating and empowering health professionals to provide high quality, evidenced-based, and patient-centered services in the diagnosis and treatment of PMDs, and 2. supporting patients affected by PMDs with the tools and resources for education, self-assessment, symptom management, and accessing quality care.
Tory Eisenlohr-Moul Ph.D.
Clinical Advisory Board Chair
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul is the Associate Director of Translational Research in Women’s Mental Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Psychiatry. As a scientist, she uses clinical trials to clarify the biological causes of perimenstrual risk for suicide, substance abuse, and interpersonal conflict. She is also a psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of premenstrual disorders (PMDs), and runs a multidisciplinary outpatient clinic for treatment-resistant PMDs.
Jenni Kay Long RYT, LCSW, ADS
Jenni Kay Long, RYT, LCSW, ADS, is an integrative psychotherapist who combines relational counseling with auricular acupuncture, trauma-sensitive yoga, and mindfulness. She specializes in working with issues such as PMS/PMDD, perinatal and postpartum struggles, anxiety and panic disorders, and complex trauma. She is a clinical suicidologist, a certified domestic violence advocate, and is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Jenni Kay received her Master's degree for clinical social work from Bryn Mawr College, her Classical Yoga Teacher certification from YogaLife Institute, and her AcuWellness certification from the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association.
Howard Li, MD
Howard Li is a 4th year medical student at Harvard Medical School and aspiring obstetrician-gynecologist. He is currently a Pre-Doctoral Fellow with the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), where he studies differences in cellular response to estradiol and progesterone associated with PMDD and hormone-based strategies for treating postpartum depression. His other interests include global health, minority youth empowerment, cooking, and traveling.
Liisa Hantsoo, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist & Instructor at Penn Center for Women's Behavioral Wellness
Dr. Hantsoo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the role of neuroactive steroids in stress response in premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). She also provides cognitive-behavioral treatment for premenstrual and perinatal mood concerns in the Penn Center for Women’s Behavioral Wellness.
Gioia M.Guerrieri, DO, FAPA
Dr. Guerrieri is an adult psychiatrist, board certified in psychiatry, and founder of Well-Minded, LLC. Dr. Guerrieri is also a Women’s Behavioral Health specialist and was fellowship-trained in Reproductive Psychiatry. With a background in the Arts, fitness and Osteopathic Medicine, and with expertise in psychopharmacology, Dr. Guerrieri incorporates creative problem solving to help her clients meet their goals.
Katja Maria Schmalenberger
Universität Heidelberg, Institute of Medical Psychology
Katja Schmalenberger is in the last year of her PhD program in clinical and cognitive psychology at Heidelberg University, Germany. Her research focuses on the reliable and valid assessment of PMS/PMDD and on menstrual cycle-related variations in cognitive decision-making processes and associated emotional and behavioral functioning. She is currently undergoing her clinical training in cognitive behavioral therapy.