Here are many of the wonderful websites, blogs and organisations providing support.

The Birth Trauma Association – Support for birth trauma

The Centre for Mental Health – Information and resources on mental health

Everyones Business PNMH support

Postpartum Progress – Blog for postpartum mental health

Maternal Mental Health Alliance – PNMH information and support

PND and ME – Supporting families with Postnatal depression

Bliss – Support for babies born too soon, too small, too sick

EMDR association – EMDR treatment information – Balanced information on c-sections

Doula uk – Support to find a doula in the UK

MIDIRS – Information for Midwives and parents

NCT – Charity offering support to parents

The Breastfeeding Network – Supporting feeding choices for families

Hospital breastfeeding – Supporting breastfeeding for health professionals and families of sick children.

Sands – Support for stillbirth and neonatal loss

Tommys – Support for premature birth and babies

Kellymom – Evidence-based parenting

Pandas – Pre and postnatal PND support

ghostwritermummy – Parenting Blog

Headspace perspective – Hugo’s legacy, Raising awareness of babyloss

Heart mummy – Parenting blog

Adela Stockton Counselling – registered psychodynamic counsellor

Cocoon Family Support – support for postnatal depression.

NICE guidelines for PTSD  

RCGP perinatal mental health toolkit

Open access PNMH training Via Health Education England

Best Beginnings ‘Out of the Blue’ project

Parenthood In Mind – Perinatal Mental Health Practice offering support/counselling

Hypnotherapy Directory – Help to find a hypnotherapist

Make Birth Better – Support and training for birth trauma


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This website is for information only, always seek help from your GP, Health Visitor, Midwife or local mental health support service.

Thank you

Emma Jane