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Books

Treating Postnatal Depression: A Psychological Approach for Health Care Practitioners
By Prof Jeannette Milgrom, Prof Paul Martin and Dr Lisa Negri (1999). Available in Italian translation (2003)

Cost: $34.95 (free postage)

Towards Parenthood Workbook – Preparing for the changes and challenges of a new baby
By Prof Jeannette Milgrom, Jennifer Ericksen, Dr Bronwyn Leigh, Yolanda Romeo, Elizabeth Loughlin, Rachael McCarthy and Bella Saunders (2009). To order online, click www.towardsparenthood.org.au

Cost: $34.95 (free postage)

Rekindling your Relationship After Childbirth
By Dr Martien Snellen

Cost: $34.95 (free postage)

Download an order form to purchase these products.

Please make cheque payable to the “AMRF Parent-Infant Research Institute” and forward with your name, address and contact details to:

Ms. Barbara Frazer
Department of Clinical & Health Psychology
PO Box 5444 Heidelberg West
Victoria, Australia 3081
Phone: (03) 9496 4496
email: barbara.frazer@austin.org.au

To purchase a copy of Identifying Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: Evidence-based Practice in Screening, Psychosocial Assessment and Management, click here.

Magazines

Premiepress

Parents of premature babies consistently seek resources to learn about their babies. This twice yearly magazine is written to give parents the knowledge about prematurity issues known to the experts. It also contains parents’ stories, which are helpful to those who are trying to deal with all the personal and medical issues that can arise.

Price: $50 per year (2 editions) (inc GST)

Download a sample copy:

Premiepress- April 2013 (pdf 1.8MB)
Premiepress – December 2008 (pdf 2MB)

How to Order:

Download a subscription form here.

Please make cheque payable to the ‘AMRF Parent-Infant Research Institute’ and forward with your name, address and contact details to:

Ms. Barbara Frazer
Department of Clinical & Health Psychology
PO Box 5444 Heidelberg West
Victoria, 3081 Australia
Ph: (03) 9496 4496

DVDs

Baby2 DVD Series

This DVD series has been developed with the assistance of experts in the field of Infant Development. The objective is to create a program of material and exercises to support you in helping your child achieve a real head start in life. Baby2 is designed to celebrate the power of your relationship with your baby. Simply by playing together with Baby2 you are preparing your baby for life.

The Set of 4 DVD’s consists of:

Discovery helps your baby develop cognitive skills and self-confidence. By discovering the world around them your baby will learn how it can effect things and how they can effect it. How to make things happen, why things happen and how to control them.

Exploration helps your baby learn to explore the world around them. The unquenchable thirst for what lies beyond their field of vision and the end of their fingertips is what will encourage your baby to explore in all directions.

Imagination is all about using play. One type of play is imaginative play – make believe and role playing are vital to early learning and baby’s development.

Sensations is all about helping you stimulate and expand your baby’s senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. By stimulating your baby’s sensations, you are helping them explore their world more thoroughly.

Price: $17.50 each OR set of 4 for $60.00 (inc GST)

How to Order:

1. Download an order form.
2. Please make cheque payable to the “AMRF Parent-Infant Research Institute” and forward with your name, address and contact details to:

Ms. Barbara Frazer
Department of Clinical 8 Health Psychology
PO Box 5444 Heidelberg West
Victoria, Australia 3081
Phone: (03) 9496 4496
email: barbara.frazer@austin.org.au

Factsheets

Information sheets for Health Professionals

Postnatal Depression: Evidence relating to infant cognitive and emotional development created in collaboration with beyondblue

To download the information sheet click here.

For the reference sheet, click here.

Edinburgh Postnatal Depression scale (EPDS)

To download a copy, click here.