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Chair: Professor Mina Fazel

Parental mental health problems are now recognised to have a significant impact on the interaction between parent and infant with implications in terms of the child’s long-term development. This paper will briefly review the evidence about the nature of this impact both on the interaction and outcomes for children, and summarise what is now known about the best methods of working to improve interactions during the early years.

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