Treating postnatal depression a psychological approach for health care practitioners j milgrom p r martin l m negri chichester uk john wiley sons ltd 1999 pp 265 4500 paperback isbn 0 080 43645 5 volume 29 issue 3 christina neitzert semler. Postnatal depression pnd defined as an episode of major or minor depression occurring in the first 12 months postpartum has a point prevalence of 13 at 3 months postpartum and early intervention is indicated to prevent long term impact on women their partners and infants universal assessment of pnd is becoming best practice in many countries around the world 3 5. Professor peter lewinsohn university of oregon this book is a very timely and accessible approach for health care workers who treat women with postnatal depression medical interventions alone are rarely adequate in the management of this disorder an understanding of the psychological issues is essential and this comprehensive manual which . While a new psychological treatment is regarded as the best approach for mild to moderate cases of pnd treatment postnatal depression psychological prevention psychological treatment postnatal depression is a common condition that may have a significant negative impact on both infant and mother often remaining undiagnosed and untreated. Cognitive model of postnatal depression exacerbating maintaining factors milgrom a martin pr negri lm 1999 treating postnatal depression a psychological approach for health care professionals wiley chichester adapted from becks cognitive model of depression 1979 vulnerability factors precipitating factors including
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