Postnatal Mental Health: using psychological skills to help families reduce postnatal mental health problems
What you will learn
- Explore the role that our expectations have on perinatal mental illness
- Knowing about anxiety, phobia, trauma, OCD, depression and more
- Perinatal OCD and psychosis – know the difference
- What about fathers and babies?
- How to support families experiencing postnatal mental health problems
- How to activate the placebo effect and decrease the nocebo effect
- The Baby Moon and Postnatal recovery plans
- Listening to women so that women will talk
- Tips and techniques for helping including free relaxation MP3 to give to mums
“Thoroughly enjoyed the course and learned a lot I didn’t know. It will definitely help me going forward. Thank-you”
Just £70 (£55 for unwaged). Includes a beautiful venue and refreshments.In-house training days also available.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07969 830929 to find out more
Mia has been a Clinical Psychologist, specialising in Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for over 20 years. She has been working with women in the perinatal period since 2005 and is a qualified antenatal instructor and birth doula. She is the author of “Why Perinatal Depression Matters” published by Pinter and Martin.