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Van den Bergh et al (2005) identified 14 independent studies showing a link between maternal anxiety and stress and cognitive, behavioural and emotional problems in the child. The links between maternal depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy are further explored in Chapter 6. 27 modern management of perinatal psychiatric disorder Assessment and management This chapter addresses the community assessment and management of women with non-psychotic disorder. The assessment and treatment of those with psychosis or who require in-patient admission will be addressed in Chapter 4.
Additionally, support from a case-worker or support group can be protective (Thompson & PeeblesWilkins, 1992). Social isolation, maternal competence and weight/shape concerns have also been identified as predictors of depressive symptoms in teenage mothers (Birkeland et al, 2005). Ross et al (2004) found that biological variables (progesterone and cortisol) did not have a direct effect on depressive symptoms during pregnancy but rather acted indirectly via psychosocial stressors and anxiety. Halbreich (2005) has proposed a bio-psychosocial-cultural model of the processes that might lead to postpartum mental disorders (Fig.
Life events, adversity and social support Stressful life events are known to trigger the onset of unipolar depression. Additional life events occurring during pregnancy were found to be strong predictors in O’Hara & Swain’s meta-analysis (1996) and women who have depression after delivery experience more life events and more negative life events in the preceding 12 months than women who do not become depressed (Oretti et al, 2003). Those with a prior history of major depression are more likely to relapse within 6 months of delivery if they experience a stressful life event in the 12 months before illness onset (Marks et al, 1992).