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

  • Director, Centre for Women's Mental Health, Royal Women's Hospital Professor Louise Newman

    louise.newman@thewomens.org.au

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  • Project Details

    Researchers

    Collaborators

    Funding

    Funding for this project has been obtained under the Pratt Foundation and is administered by the Mental Health Foundation of Australia.

    Research Outcomes

    Newman L, Judd F, Olsson C, Castle D, Bousman C, Sheehan P, Pantelis C, Craig J, Komiti A, Everall I. Early origins of mental disorder-Risk factors in the perinatal and infant period.

    BMC Psychiatry 2016; (in press)

    Newman L, Sivaratnam C, Komiti A. Attachment and early brain development – neuroprotective interventions in infant-caregiver therapy. Translational Developmental Psychiatry 2016; (in press).

    Research Group

    Centre for Women’s Mental Health Research



    Faculty Research Themes

    Child Health

    School Research Themes

    Child Health in Medicine, Neuroscience & Psychiatry, Women's Health



    Key Contact

    For further information about this research, please contact the research group leader.

    Department / Centre

    Psychiatry

    Unit / Centre

    Centre for Women’s Mental Health Research


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