The Special Interest Group in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health promotes the clinical practice, education and research regarding the health and development of parents and infants from conception and pregnancy through to five years postpartum, within both the discipline of Psychology in addition to interdisciplinary cooperation with other medical and allied health professions.
To promote research and practice related to the psychology of parents, infants and families during the perinatal period and within the infant’s first five years of life
To provide opportunities for training and professional development in the area of perinatal and infant psychology
To provide forums for discussion, information sharing and professional support
To promote awareness of the field of perinatal and infant psychology on a broader societal level
To provide informed advice to the PSI on matters related to psychological practice within this specialist area
To inform policy and service development at a national level
Eithne Ní Longphuirt
Aishling O Donovan
Anne-Marie Casey and Molly O Connor
Sean O Connell
Carragh Hesse Tyson
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