Soledad Coo Calcagni

Soledad Coo Calcagni

Soledad Coo Calcagni

Técnicas Cuantitativas de Investigación
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Melbourne.
  • Magíster en Psicología Clínica, mención Psicología Analítica Junguiana, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.
  • Licenciada en Psicología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Soledad Coo es Doctor of Philosophy en The University of Melbourne, tiene un Magíster en Psicología Clínica con mención Psicología Analítica Junguiana de la Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez y es Licenciada en Psicología de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

 

 

Líneas de investigación:

Salud mental perinatal, vínculos tempranos, sensibilidad y regulación emocional.

 

 

Cargos:

Docente en pregrado de Técnicas de Investigación cuantitativa, Universidad del Desarrollo.

Docente en doctorado de Procesos Psicológicos y Salud mental perinatal y salud mental infantil, Universidad del Desarrollo.

 

 

 

Investigaciones / Proyectos:

 

FONDECYT N° 2017 – 2020

Regulación emocional y sensibilidad materna. Investigadora principal.

2017 – 2018, “Adaptación cultural de una intervención para prevenir depresión postparto”. Fondo interno Universidad del Desarrollo, Investigadora principal.

 

2017 – 2019, “Creencias sobre Juego”, Proyecto Interfacultades Universidad del Desarrollo. Coinvestigadora.

 

 

Publicaciones:

2018, Coo, S., Somerville, S., Matacz, R., & Byrne, S. Development and preliminary evaluation of a group intervention targeting maternal mental health and mother–infant interactions: a combined qualitative and case series report. Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, 1-17.

2018, Pérez, J. C., Coo, S., & Irarrázaval, M. Is maternal depression related to mother and adolescent reports of family functioning?. Journal of adolescence, 63, 129-141.

2017, García, M., Araya, G., Coo, S., Waisbren, S., & de la Parra, A. Treatment adherence during childhood in individuals with phenylketonuria: Early signs of treatment discontinuation. Journal of Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports – Somerville, S., Byrne, S. L., Dedman, K., Hagan, R.,

2015, Coo, S., Oxnam, E., Doherty, D., Cunningham, N., & Page, A. C. Detecting the severity of perinatal anxiety with the perinatal anxiety screening scale (PASS). Journal of Affective Disorders, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2015.07.01

2015, Coo, S., Milgrom, J., Kuppens, P., & Trinder, J. Perinatal distress, an appraisal perspective. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 33(2), 190-204. –

2015, Bei, B., Coo, S., Trinder, J.A., Sleep and mood during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Sleep Medicine Clinics, 10, 25-33 –

2015, Bei, B., Coo, S., Baker, F. C., & Trinder, J. Sleep in Women: A review. Australian Psychologist, 50(1), 14-24 –

2014, Coo, S., Milgrom, J., & Trinder, J. Mood and objective and subjective measures of sleep during late pregnancy and the postpartum period. Behavioral sleep medicine, 12(4), 317-330.

2014, Coo, S., Milgrom, J., Kuppens, P., Cox, P., & Trinder, J. Exploring the association between maternal mood and self-reports of sleep during the perinatal period. JOGNN, 43 (4), 465-477. –

2014, Coo, S., Milgrom, J., & Trinder, J. Pregnancy and postnatal dreams reflect changes inherent to the transition to motherhood. Dreaming, 24(2), 125-137 – Somerville, S., Dedman, K., Hagan, R.,

2014, Oxnam, E., Wettinger, M., Byrne, S., Coo, S., Doherty, D., Page, A. The Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale: Development and Preliminary Validation. Archives of Women´s Mental Health. 17(5), 443-454 –

2014, Highet, N., Stevenson, A., Purtell, C., & Coo, S. Qualitative insights into women’s personal experiences of perinatal depression and anxiety and implications for information and service provision. Women and Birth, 27(3), 179-184 –

2014, Rowe, H. J., Coo-Calcagni, S., Galgut, S., Michelmore, J., & Fisher, J. R. Self-management of mild to moderate anxiety in women who have recently given birth: development and acceptability of a theoretically sound complex intervention. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 16(5), 308-319 –

2012, Coo-Calcagni, S., Bei, B., Milgrom, J., & Trinder, J. The relationship between sleep and mood in first time and experienced mothers. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 10(3), 167-179 –

2012, Bei, B., Coo-Calcagni, S., Milgrom, J., & Trinder, J. Day-to-day alteration of 24-hour sleep pattern immediately before and after giving birth. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 10, 212-221 –

2007, Coo, S. & Martínez, M.C. Las tareas de Psique en los cuentos de hadas. Aportes en Psicología Clínica Analítica Junguiana. 1: 86-103.

 

 

Actividades de extensión:

2018, Coo, S., Somerville, S., Matacz, R, & Byrne, S. Development and preliminary evaluation of a group intervention targeting maternal mental health and mother-infant interactions. Presentación oral en el Congreso internacional N. 16 de la Asociación Intrnacional de Salud Mental Infantil (WAIMH), Roma, Italia.

2018, Aldoney, D., Coo, S., & Mendive, S., Playfulness in low income Chilean mother-child interactions and child development. En el Simposio de Posters, Emde, R. (Facilitador) Playfulness inparent-child interactions en el Congreso internacional N. 16 de la Asociación Internacional de Salud Mental Infantil (WAIMH), Roma, Italia.

2018, Aldoney, D., Coo, S., Mira A., & Valdivia, J. Beliefs about play in Chilean parents and early childhood educators. Poster presentado en el Congreso internacional N. 16 de la Asociación Internacional de Salud Mental Infantil (WAIMH), Roma, Italia.

2012, Coo, S., Trinder, J., Milgrom, J. Pregnancy and postnatal dreams reflect changes inherent to the transition to motherhood. Presentación oral en el congreso de la Sociedad Marcé de Salud Mental Perinatal, París, Francia.

2012, Coo, S., Kuppens, P., Trinder, J., Milgrom, J. Appraisal components of perinatal distress. Poster en el Congreso internacional de la Sociedad Marcé de Salud Mental Perinatal, París, Francia.

2012, P., Trinder, J., Milgrom, J. Cognitive components of perinatal distress. PrPresentación oral en el 38 Congreso de la ASPOG (Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology) Melbourne, Australia.

2011. Coo, S., Milgrom, J., & Trinder, J. Differences in objective and subjective sleep in first-time and experienced mothers. Poster en el Congreso de la World Federation of Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine Societies, Kyoto, Japón.