The counsellors work in a gentle and compassionate person-centred way to help parents prenatal and postnatal. There is no one-size-fits-all approach as each person has their own unique history, family dynamic, social and cultural influences, parenting philosophies and present challenges.
Many women show some depressive symptoms after childbirth — it’s very normal to feel teary, exhausted and emotional after you’ve had your baby.
Anxiety can be part of a long and complex fertility journey, it can appear following pregnancy loss and most often it surfaces during the first few weeks or months following delivery.
Many women can experience a traumatic experience during delivery, particularly if unexpected and intrusive interventions leaving the woman feeling helpless and worried.