As a creative pioneer in the field of infant mental health, Dr Ann Morgan provided immense support and leadership for those working with troubled infants and their families. She was a passionate advocate for infants and parents, providing transformational interventions for them and inspiration for her colleagues.
To honour Dr Ann Morgan’s contribution to the infant mental health field, AAIMHI Victoria has established an annual writing prize, the Ann Morgan Prize. It was first inaugurated in 2010 as a way of honouring Ann when she retired from her official role on the AAIMHI (Vic) committee as Vice-President.
Ann’s clear, compassionate and courageous thinking about the infant and her experience within the family and the world has inspired and enriched the clinical work of many. She touched the lives of infants, parents and colleagues who were fortunate enough to meet her face to face.
The Ann Morgan Prize was created to invite contributions that would illuminate something about the infant’s experience and also to be a forum for creative writing not bound by the rules and restrictions defining many professional publications. The invitation to submit is extended to all members of the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health.
2021 Ann Morgan Prize
AAIMH Victoria is now inviting creative entries. Click here to find the invitation to submit your writing and information on how to enter for 2021. The closing date will be 30th July 2021 COB and late entries will not be accepted. We look forward to receiving your entries.
Who can enter?
- Australian residents aged 18 years or over at the time of submission, and/or AAIMH and WAIMH members
For further details: www.aaimh.org.au/branches/vic/ann-morgan-essay-prize/