Narelle Dickinson is a Brisbane-based Psychologist endorsed in both Clinical and Health Psychology. Specialising in the perinatal field, Narelle’s provides support to families before, during and after pregnancy. Within this, she works with families struggling with infertility, including those who utilise donor conception and surrogacy. As part of her perinatal practice, Narelle supports families who have experienced perinatal grief and loss, including in the context of pregnancy decision making after diagnosis of fetal abnormality. Narelle is a 2015 Churchill Fellow Recipient, investigating the risks and implications of Cross Border surrogacy for Australians. She is Adjunct Senior lecturer in the School of Psychology at University of Queensland and has presented at conferences and workshops across Australia and internationally. In addition to her work with patients and students, Narelle currently holds governance positions with the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Queensland Board of the Psychology Board of Australia, the Queensland Prostitution Licensing Authority, and the Australia and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors’ Association.