Affiliation: The Canberra Hospital
- Trajectories of long-term outcomes for postnatally depressed mothers treated with group interpersonal psychotherapyRebecca E Reay
Academic Unit of Psychological Medicine, The Canberra Hospital, Australian National University Medical School, Level 2, Building 4, PO Box 11, Woden, ACT 2606, Australia
Arch Womens Ment Health 15:217-28. 2012..Further research is needed to improve our long-term management of postnatal depression for individuals who are vulnerable to a recurrent or chronic trajectory...
- The development and content of an interpersonal psychotherapy group for postnatal depressionRebecca E Reay
Academic Unit of Psychological Medicine, Australian National University ANU Medical School, Canberra
Int J Group Psychother 62:221-51. 2012..Finally, a case study illustrates how IPT-G specifically addresses the social role transitions, conflicts, losses, and social isolation that mothers commonly experience...
- Consumers as tutors - legitimate teachers?Cathy Owen
Medical Education Unit, Medical School Australian National University, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
BMC Med Educ 4:14. 2004..The aim of this study was to research the feasibility of training mental health consumers as tutors for 4th year medical students in psychiatry...
- Group interpersonal psychotherapy for postnatal depression: a pilot studyR Reay
Academic Unit of Psychological Medicine, ANU Medical School, The Canberra Hospital, Garran, Australia
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:31-9. 2006..There is a need for further randomised controlled trials of IPT-G with larger sample sizes to establish its effectiveness as treatment for PND...
- Long-term outcomes of participants in a perinatal depression early detection programRebecca Reay
Academic Unit of Psychological Medicine, ANU Medical School, Canberra, ACT, Australia
J Affect Disord 129:94-103. 2011..We followed up participants in such a program to investigate the long-term depression, treatment and relationship outcomes of mothers originally identified as 'probably depressed' (screened positive)...