- Infants conceived in the face of maternal cancer and serious health issues;
- Infants conceived where a mother has issues in fertility regulation;
- Infants conceived early in life and at the end of reproductive life.
About Dr Louise Newman
Dr Louise Newman is the Director of Women’s Mental Health at Albert Road Clinic in Melbourne.
Louise is an Australian Developmental Psychiatrist and has a particular interest in the field of infant psychiatry where she specialises in working with parents with babies up to three years of age. These parents often have psychiatric difficulties themselves and the resulting transgenerational issues and impact of trauma on early development is one of her primary research interests. With research staff at Monash University, she is investigating the impact of interventions for high risk parents. In addition, Newman performs refugee research on school aged children investigating the impact of traumatic experiences both before they arrive in Australia and as refugees. She is a strong advocate for young refugees and works to highlight the damage that can be caused to young people by detention and the refugee experience in Australia.
Recorded 5th July 2021
Recordings available for 90 days to ticket holders
Previous Webinar Recordings by Dr Louise Newman
Also available for purchase:
Parent-Infant Therapy for Transgenerational Trauma
Recorded in August 2020, $55 AUD.
Psychiatrist Louise Newman presents on Parent-Infant Therapy for Relational Trauma. Transgenerational attachment themes form a crucial part of the assessment of parent-infant psychodynamics. This approach to parent infant intervention focuses on supporting the parent in reflecting on their own early experiences and developing ideas about change and their wishes for a different form of relating with their own infant.
Working with Infant-Parent Emotional Interaction
Recorded in October 2020, $88 AUD
An Introduction to Relational Psychotherapy - This session provides an introduction to the model of interactional attachment based infant-parent psychotherapy and the key focus on observable emotional interaction.