As the founders of Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we know how important these kind of events are to highlight illnesses and issues. To help people and organisations, we have collated a list of the UK wide and international events related to all things perinatal mental illness, mental health, women, families, parents and children. Disclaimer-Continue reading “Awareness Day, Weeks and Months!”
It is World Breastfeeding Week and our member @eviecanavan has compiled this blog about breastfeeding and antidepressants, placing all the relevant information in once place , at a time when everything can feel too much and overwhelming. It signposts to information including : The Perinatal Mental Health ToolkitThe Breastfeeding NetworkThe GP Infant feeding networkGuidelines inContinue reading “Breastfeeding and Antidepressants”
Parental Emotions when your baby is born unwell or premature with @sarra.hoy and PMHP member @eviecanavan
As part of our @perinatalmhpartnership UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week , Eve will be chatting with Lady Sarra Hoy about the emotions that parents can experience when their baby is born unwell or premature. Our friends at the charity @blisscharity estimate that every year, over 100,000 babies are cared for in neonatal units inContinue reading “Parental Emotions when your baby is born unwell or premature with @sarra.hoy and PMHP member @eviecanavan”
As part of the @perinatalmhpartnership UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we are absolutely delighted that the wonderful @yomamas.club are delivering this yoga session for mums and babies. Laura, founder of Yo Mamas in Surrey , is using yoga to support women from pregnancy and into their motherhood journey and beyond. All wrapped up inContinue reading “Postnatal Yoga – Bringing Mums and Babies to the Mat !”
We here at the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership are delighted to announce the Duchess of Cambridge has recorded a video to honour the UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by us here at the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership. Her Royal Highness discusses this years theme , the Power of Connection and the importance ofContinue reading “HRH The Duchess of Cambridge shows support for the UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week”
We here at PMHP are delighted to support the launch of the MATRIx study findings. It is led by researchers at City University of London in collaboration with experts across the UK and reviewed the research evidence on what prevents women who are pregnant or after birth to get the support and treatment they needContinue reading “The MATRIx Study findings are launched today !”
Do join @thegdpsychologist and @eviecanavan for a chat about Gender disappointment. Dr Lindsay McMillan and I will talk about the experience of parents holding a preference or desire for daughters or sons, which for some – if their preference does not come true – can lead to feelings of grief, sadness, anxiety or distress. WeContinue reading “Gender Disappointment”
Let us know if you would like us to create a profile picture for you, with this frame, to support the UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. Drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo and we will create your bespoke image.
The 6th annual UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week is almost upon us! We are so proud to host it here at the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership. Have a look at the daily themes. The overall theme for this year is ‘The Power of Connection ‘ #maternalmhmatters#thepowerofconnection#StrongerTogether#maternalmentalhealth#maternalmentalhealthawarenessweek#mmhaw#mmhaw22#perinatalmentalhealth#postnataldepression#antenataldepression#Postpartumpsychosis#Postpartumdepression#postnatalanxiety#perinatalocd
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