Dr Jill Domoney is a clinical psychologist and researcher based at the Section of Women’s Mental Health in the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. She specialises in perinatal and infant mental health in both clinical work and research activities. Her research to date has included exploring the links between paternal mental health and child outcomes, developing interventions for antenatal depression, and evaluating interventions for pregnant couples where there is domestic violence. She is also a member of the pPOD research group (http://www.ppod.org.uk) and the South London SCN for Perinatal Mental Health.
Jill Domoney looks at a new study that tries to identify and describe clinically relevant subtypes of perinatal depression.[read the full story...]
Jill Domoney publishes her debut Mental Ef blog on a recent systematic review focusing on the perinatal period, which includes a new cognitive model of rumination and postnatal depression.[read the full story...]