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Dr Monique Seymour

Dr Monique Seymour

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Role Research Associate
Research area Population Health
Dr Monique Seymour is a psychologist and Postdoctoral Researcher with the Intergenerational Health Group. She is a Stronger Futures CRE Scholar and is currently involved in evaluating a number of clinical intervention based projects within the Strengthening Families stream, including Working Out Dads and Family Foundations.

Monique completed her Clinical PhD in Psychology with Swinburne University and Murdoch Children's Research Institute, in 2020. Her PhD research investigated the health of Australian fathers raising a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Monique's clinical experience includes working within educational, hospital, community, and clinical settings with children and families experiencing mental health difficulties and social adversity.

Monique has worked across numerous research projects focusing on parent mental health, parenting, and child outcomes in the postnatal and early parenting period, including large longitudinal cohorts and Randomised Control Trials. Monique's research focuses on promoting the health and wellbeing of children and families. Monique has published on fathers mental health, parenting children with a disability, and parent mental health during the early parenting period.
Dr Monique Seymour is a psychologist and Postdoctoral Researcher with the Intergenerational Health Group. She is a Stronger Futures CRE Scholar and is currently involved in evaluating a number of clinical intervention based projects within the...
Dr Monique Seymour is a psychologist and Postdoctoral Researcher with the Intergenerational Health Group. She is a Stronger Futures CRE Scholar and is currently involved in evaluating a number of clinical intervention based projects within the Strengthening Families stream, including Working Out Dads and Family Foundations.

Monique completed her Clinical PhD in Psychology with Swinburne University and Murdoch Children's Research Institute, in 2020. Her PhD research investigated the health of Australian fathers raising a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Monique's clinical experience includes working within educational, hospital, community, and clinical settings with children and families experiencing mental health difficulties and social adversity.

Monique has worked across numerous research projects focusing on parent mental health, parenting, and child outcomes in the postnatal and early parenting period, including large longitudinal cohorts and Randomised Control Trials. Monique's research focuses on promoting the health and wellbeing of children and families. Monique has published on fathers mental health, parenting children with a disability, and parent mental health during the early parenting period.

Top Publications

  • Fogarty, A, Seymour, M, Savopoulos, P, Talevski, T, Ruthven, C, Giallo, R. The COVID-19 pandemic and Australian parents with young children at risk of interparental conflict.. J Reprod Infant Psychol 42(2) : 338 -352 2024
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  • Giallo, R, Seymour, M, Feinberg, M. Family Foundations; Australian Adaption. 2024
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  • Giallo, R, Seymour, M, Feinberg, M. Family Foundations; Australian Adaption. 2024
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  • Raising Children Network. Cry Baby online program: help for baby sleep and crying. 2024
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  • Parenting Research Centre. Wide Awake Parenting: clinical workbook for managing post-partum fatigue. 2024
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