Sam Penrod from KSL 5 TV did a follow-up segment with The Emily Effect that aired on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017. You can read the article here and view the video below.
We are happy to announce that we recently launched a new list of resources that we have created with the Utah Maternal Mental Health Collaborative to help provide information and assistance in the area of maternal mental health. It includes national resources as well as Utah-specific individual mental health care providers who have training from […]
Eric was interviewed by People and featured as the Daily Focus and People Thursday Hero of the Week today on People.com. Along with the interview, People also published an article covering Emily and Eric’s story and The Emily Effect.
On September 27th, our friend Angie Snow from Western Heating and Air appeared on KSL’s Studio 5 with their The Emily Effect themed service van, talking about the services their company provides and their partnership with The Emily Effect. The segment can be seen here. On September 29th, Angie was on TV again, this time with […]
Many people and businesses have inquired about donating to the Emily Effect so we now have a convenient place on our website to do so. However, please understand The Emily Effect has applied for tax exempt status under IRS code section 501(c)(3), but has yet to receive a determination letter. While we are confident the […]
KSL 5 TV at 9 am on May 22 Eric Dyches, founder of The Emily Effect and Amy-Rose White, director of the Utah Maternal Mental Health Colloborative discuss perinatal mood disorders with Dave McCann Sunday morning at 9 am on KSL 5 TV. KSL News Radio’s The Mom Show at 12 pm on May 22 […]
Many thanks to the always professional Sam Penrod and all of his colleagues behind the scenes who so painstakingly put this story together for us. Candice Madsen, thank you for working so hard to get it right. Your attention to detail is very much appreciated. I couldn’t be more happy for the meaningful and lasting […]