Mother-Infant Emotion Regulation Study
Mums with fussy, crying, hard-to-soothe babies, we need your help!
If you have an infant between 4 and 7 months who is difficult to soothe, and cries and fusses a lot, you may be able to help us.Read more: Mother-Infant Emotion Regulation Study
Group-based treatment for Postnatal Depression
Promoting the relationship between mother and baby.
Struggling with the transition to parenthood and all its demands can be a difficult experience. Feeling depressed, anxious or irritable may also interfere with your relationship with your infant.
All women who participate in this study receive treatment for postnatal depression in the Getting Ahead of Postnatal Depression 12 session cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) group program developed to improve maternal mood. Each session is approximately 1.5 hours.
To find out more about this program and the eligibility criteria please read the attached document .
PND Awareness Week and critical review of Family and Child Health Services
High rates of depression, anxiety, marital dissatisfaction and legendary issues related to identity for new mothers are serious health concerns, not simply because of the economic consequence but also the personal toll. While there is PND Awareness Week, there is a parallel call for consumer response to the Family and Child Health Services. These services are a critical touchstone between women, families and the health and support systems yet they remain seriously under-resourced with a continuing overemphasis on the child. There needs to be significant improvements in this sector, please let them know what you think.Read more: PND Awareness Week and critical review of Family and Child Health Services
Mum Mood Booster
Internet-based Treatment for Postnatal Depression
If you feel you are struggling to cope or experiencing postnatal depression, this program may be of benefit to you.
Read more: Mum Mood Booster