According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, around 1 in 10 women have postnatal depression after having a baby. We'll give you direct, confidential access to midwives, leading psychologists and authors - some of whom have personal experience of postpartum depression symptoms - who can offer advice and support whatever your situation.
How Greatvine works
Greatvine connects you with the UK's top specialists so you get individual advice. No call centres or recorded messages.
Just dial and speak with the expert of your choice for immediate, 1-to-1 advice. Or send a question and receive a detailed reply by email.
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A former postnatal depression sufferer, Elaine’s empathy and practical techniques have helped many mothers. She advises health professionals and family support groups worldwide on post-natal depression care and treatment.
A health visitor for many years, Ann’s now an accredited, fully qualified personal development coach. She can help postnatal depression sufferers get their lives back and lend support after a miscarriage.
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 prominent and pioneering midwife, Caroline recently received a lifetime achievement award from the British Journal of Midwifery. During her 35 years experience she’s also advised the government on maternity services.
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.
Dawn’s been Prima Baby magazine’s expert health visitor for almost a decade, and has seen almost every aspect of child health, development, psychology and parenting. She has a special interest in child sleep training.