A selection of recent published works:
Rosan, C., & Grimas, E. (2016). The power of couple-focused approaches in the perinatal period. Journal of Family Health, 25, 10-13.
Rosan, C. (2016). Professional Guidance: Talking to parents about their sexual wellbeing. London: Institute of Health Visiting.
Rosan, C. et al. (2015). Pregnancy in Mind: Practitioner’s Manual for perinatal mental health. London: NSPCC
Domoney, J., Iles, J. E., O’Farrelly, C., Kellet, P., Rosan, C. (2015). Bringing the relationship to life: The power of video-feedback approaches. Journal of Health Visiting, 3, 368-372.
Richards, P. K., Sanger, C., De Sousa, C., & Hogg.,S. (2015). Coping with Crying: an innovative new programme to support positive parenting and prevent child abuse. International Journal of Birth and Parenting Education, 2, 19-22.
Sanger, C., Haynes, A., Mountain, G., & Bonett-Healy, N. (2015). Antenatal screening and early-intervention: A mental health update from the NSPCC. British Journal of Midwifery, 23, 388-390.
Brookes, H., Coster, D., & Sanger, C. (2015). Baby Steps: supporting parents from minority ethnic backgrounds in the perinatal period. Journal of Health Visiting, 3, 2-7.
Sanger, C., Iles, J., Andrew, C., & Ramchandani, P. (2015). Associations between postnatal maternal depression and psychological outcomes in adolescent offspring: a systematic review. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 18, 147 – 162.
Sanger, C., Haynes, A., Rayns, G., Hogg, S., & Galloway, S. (2015). All Babies Count: Reducing the pressure on new families. Midwifery, 31, 345–348.