Lisiane Latouche is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker who brings more than three decades of experience supporting and empowering mothers, fathers, and their families experiencing perinatal anxiety and depression or faced with grief/loss in the perinatal period.
Lisiane draws her expertise from years of clinical practice in the perinatal and infant health wellbeing space and her early years in Women and Children Hospital settings ignited a passion in the perinatal period.
With studies in attachment-based practice, mindfulness, family therapy, and infant mental health, Lisiane draws from a variety of therapeutic modalities in supporting mothers, fathers, and families in a compassionate and culturally-sensitive manner.
A major part of Lisiane’s professional interests has been the facilitation of PNDA Therapy Groups, Circle of Security Parenting Groups, Wait, Watch and Wonder Groups, and more recently Mindfulness for Mums Groups which aim to provide mutual connections and support in a safe space.
Lisiane remains passionate about supporting and empowering mothers, fathers, and their families during adjustment difficulties, perinatal anxiety and depression, and related life challenges.