Postnatal Depression and Maternal Mental Health

PAVILION PUBLISHING & MEDIAISBN: 9781910366295

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Sue Gellhorn
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200

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Sue GellhornSue is a clinical psychologist with a long term interest in supporting and teaching front-line health practitioners. She worked for 28 years in adult mental health services in the NHS in London and Hertfordshire. Her first specialism was psychiatric rehabilitation, where she developed her interest in the application of psychodynamic understanding to the work of front-line care providers.In the last fifteen years she has worked in clinical, training and supervisory roles to support the mental health of women and babies in the perinatal period. Sue has provided training and supervision for health visitors working with postnatal depression, infant mental health and attachment across two boroughs in North London. From 2007 to 2012, she provided a specialist perinatal clinical service within the Islington Improved Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service.She has a small private clinical psychology practice in Islington, specialising in the treatment of women with perinatal mental health difficulties. Sue is currently training as a parent infant psychotherapist with Oxpip in Oxford.
Chapter 1. Introduction Sue Gellhorn (SG), lead author (SG)Chapter 2. Perspectives on Postnatal Depression (SG)Chapter 3. Detection, recognition and assessment of maternal mental health difficulties (SG)Chapter 4. Levels of intervention, treatment and support (SG)Chapter 5. Normal Anxieties in early motherhood and those needing professional attention (SG) Chapter 6. Keeping the Baby in Mind: baby-mindedness in parents and professionalsEleanor GrantChapter 7. Working with the Whole Family (SG)Chapter 8. Supporting Mothers in Complex Family Contexts (SG)Chapter 9. Severe Perinatal Mental Health DifficultiesAgnieszka Klimowicz and Elizabeth Best Chapter 10. Other types of Maternal Mental Health Difficulties (SG)Chapter 11. Challenges for MidwiferyHeather JenkinsChapter 12. Challenges for Health VisitingGemma CatonChapter 13. Perinatal Mental Health NetworksEleanor Grant and Gemma Caton

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