Dr Klara Szego offers clinical supervision to psychiatrists who have recently commenced work in perinatal psychiatry (either in public settings such as mother-baby units or in private practice). Klara offers supervision either face to face or via Skype consultation. Klara stays abreast of best practice in perinatal psychiatry and imparts many years of clinical experience working with perinatal populations, most significantly from her previous role as Director of the Mercy Mother-Baby Unit, and from her continued specialist private practice.
Dr Michael Block is a perinatal psychiatrist with 20 years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. He works predominantly in an eclectic psychotherapeutic way, using psychodynamically informed individual, couple and group therapy as well as mother - infant play therapy. He has had considerable experience in supervising a variety of disciplines including psychiatry trainees, consultant psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses and art therapists. He is available for both individual and group supervision.
Dr Matthew Roberts completed advanced training and early career consulting in perinatal psychiatry at Austin Health Parent-Infant Unit, Mercy Hospital for Women Perinatal Mental Health Team, The Royal Women’s Hospital Centre for Women’s Mental Health and Albert Road Clinic Parent Infant Unit. Matthew has nurtured a deep interest in psychodynamically-oriented psychotherapy, through extensive practice and supervision. In his supervision of groups and individual clinicians working around pregnancy and early family life, Matthew brings the wisdom and science of Attachment Theory, drawing from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology.