Ann Lancaster has completed a Master’s in Clinical Psychology and has over 20 years clinical experience in a diverse range of areas across the lifespan including brain injury, pain management, adjustment to disability, mental health, and perinatal mental health. Since 2012, Ann has been part of the Psychology team at the Mater Hospital developing a special interest in perinatal and infant mental health. With a strong background in CBT she has been able to incorporate other theories such as Attachment Theory and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, including Mindfulness, to help her clients obtain the best possible outcomes. In recent years, Ann has trained to lead groups with Circle of Security founder Bert Powell, Perinatal Infant Research Institute training in Getting Ahead of Postnatal Depression, and the Together in Mind Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Day Program developed by Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health. Her recent experience includes running groups such as Circle of Security and Getting Ahead of Postnatal Depression in the Parenting Support Centre at the Mater Mother’s Hospital as well as ongoing individual clinical work. Ann joined the Stillbirth CRE in 2020 to support the clinical phase of the research.