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.
Andrea Chisholm MD
Cody Regional Health/OB-GYN Clinic
Dr. Andrea Chisholm is the Gia Allemand Foundation Clinical Advisory Board Chair. Until very recently Dr. Chisholm has spent her clinical career in the Boston area where she held teaching faculty appointments at both Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine.
Patient education is a big priority for Dr. Chisholm and she regularly reaches beyond the walls of her office by contributing articles about women's health and wellness at Verywell.com.
Dr. Chisholm was drawn to GAF by the passion and commitment of the original grassroots patient advocacy group seeing a unique opportunity to create an organization that blends superb patient advocacy with health care provider education.
Today, Dr. Chisholm has traded in her East Coast academic appointments and has gone West to Wyoming. Frustrated by the burnout and negativity in healthcare, she was looking to reconnect with true patient and community centered "old-fashioned" healthcare and she found the perfect place at Cody Regional Health in Cody, Wyoming.
Tory Eisenlhor-Moul Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at University of Illinois at Chicago
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul is a member of the IAPMD Clinical Advisory Board, Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Psychiatry, Associate Director of Translational Research in the UIC Women’s Mental Health Research Program, an expert in Ovarian Hormone Contributions to Female Suicidality, and an expert in Diagnosis and Dimensional Characterization of PMS/PMDD.
Jenni Kay Long RYT, LCSW, ADS
Jenni Kay Long, RYT, LCSW, ADS, is a holistic psychotherapist who integrates relational counseling with auricular acupuncture, trauma-sensitive yoga, and mindfulness. As a PMDD survivor, she is passionate about women's reproductive wellness and 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. Click to watch this free webinar on her unique, holistic treatment approach. 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. In her free time, she loves hiking in the mountains, writing, and creating modern embroidery projects.
Howard Li, MD Candidate
Li is a Pre-Doctoral Fellow with the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). His work focus is on the differences in cellular response to estradiol and progesterone associated with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) and efficacy of transdermal estradiol for postpartum depression.