Centre for Women’s Mental Health Research

The Women’s is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of women and newborns through research and innovation.

Building Early Attachment and Resiliance (BEAR) - an early intervention for parents and infants

Research Group Leader: Professor Louise Newman

Centre for Women's Mental Health

This research is a randomised controlled trial of interventions in both the antenatal and postnatal period which focus on the development of parenting capacity, and improving infant attachment and infant neurodevelopmental and psychological outcomes.

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Safe Mothers, Safe Babies - Promoting safety and early parenting in high-risk relationships

Research Group Leader: Professor Louise Newman

Centre for Women's Mental Health Unit

This research focusses on improving identification in the antenatal period of women who are at risk of experiencing domestic violence and conflict.

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