Dr Jill Domoney
Dr Jill Domoney is a Research Clinical Psychologist in the Section of Women’s Mental Health, specialising in perinatal and infant mental health.
Her research interests include developing and evaluating psychosocial perinatal interventions, paternal mental health and father-inclusive practice.
She currently works on the Healthy Relationships: Healthy Baby study, an evaluation of a new domestic abuse and infant parenting programme for mothers and fathers which aims to end domestic abuse, overcome trauma and improve outcomes for infants from pregnancy to age two.
Jill is currently a PhD candidate in the Section of Women’s Mental Health, supervised by Dr Kylee Trevillion and Professor Pasco Fearon. Her PhD explores the process of change for fathers who are taking part in a perinatal intervention to reduce domestic violence.
Jill was recently awarded a Churchill Travelling Fellowship to explore evidence-based practice in perinatal mental health services in Australia. She is also a member of the pPOD research group and the South London Clinical Network for Perinatal Mental Health.