According to the mental health charity, MIND, the most common type of mental health problem experienced by pregnant women is a mixture of anxiety and depression. Our team of specialist prenatal psychologists and coaches are ready to help you.
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A practicing midwife for 20 years, Eleanor helps mums prepare for childbirth and regularly works with pregnant couples with a previous negative experience of childbirth. She’s also a hypnotherapist and offers parents support for managing any situation.
A nurse, life coach and counsellor, Geraldine has many decades of experience helping men and women going through professional, personal or emotional issues. Her empathy and compassion quickly put people at ease.
A health visitor by training, Sharon’s mission is to guide, advise and support parents to have the confidence to make their own decisions about what's right for them and their little ones.
A Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years experience working with mothers, babies and families, Alison has a particular expertise in helping women enjoy pregnancy and life with their child.
Crissy’s a psychotherapeutic counsellor with a special interest in antenatal and postnatal depression. Having suffered from postnatal depression herself, she’s an easy person to open up to.