Sally Hogg

Sally Hogg is Deputy CEO at the Parent-Infant Foundation, a national charity that supports the development, growth and quality of specialised parent-infant relationship teams. Sally leads work to raise awareness of the importance of early relationships and babies’ emotional development, and to drive change at a local and national level. This includes coordinating the 1001 Days Movement and All-Party Parliamentary Group. Prior to this, Sally held a number of roles in mental health and children’s charities, and has been a local authority commissioner and a civil servant working on Children’s Policy in the UK and Australia.
Sally Hogg
Sally Hogg is Deputy CEO at the Parent-Infant Foundation, a national charity that supports the development, growth and quality of specialised parent-infant relationship teams. Sally leads work to raise awareness of the importance of early relationships and babies’ emotional development, and to drive change at a local and national level. This includes coordinating the 1001 Days Movement and All-Party Parliamentary Group. Prior to this, Sally held a number of roles in mental health and children’s charities, and has been a local authority commissioner and a civil servant working on Children’s Policy in the UK and Australia.
  • Sally Hogg

    Understanding Early Trauma: The case for supporting parent-infant relationships

    Understanding of adverse childhood experiences has grown in recent years. We now know more about how external circumstances cause psychological trauma in some children. When we understand early trauma – and the importance of early relationships – we are better able to prevent, and respond to, children’s mental health problems. [Please note that this is an external blog and may not reflect the views of ACAMH]

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  • Where is the I in CAMHS?

    “As we enter Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, I argue that policymakers, commissioners and service providers must start thinking infant, children and young people’s mental health.”

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