|You may find some of the links below helpful:
Association for Postnatal Illness
Offers a helpline for women with postnatal depression
The Birth Trauma Association
For women who have experienced a traumatic birth and their partners
British Psychological Society
For information on Chartered Psychologists or to find out more about psychology and psychologists in the UK in general.
Depression Alliance Peri-natal Depression Helpline
Information and support for anyone affected by depression associated with childbirth
Tel 0845 120 3746
News, information and support for fathers and their families, friends and professionals.
Tel 020 7386 0868
Discussion and information on postnatal depression and bonding with your baby.
Health and Care Professions Council
For information on the Health & Care Professions Council, on registrant Practitioner Psychologists and on the HPC’s standards.
Infertility Network Uk
UK's leading infertility support network
Independent Psychology Service
A network of Clinical Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Psychiatrists in private practice across North and Central London.
Tel 020 8883 9685
MAMA (Meet-A-Mum Association)
UK charity providing information, one-to-one support and self help groups to mothers and pregnant women who are isolated and lonely or experiencing post-natal problems
Tel 0845 120 3746
MIND (National Association for Mental Health)
Information service for all matters relating to mental health, including a booklet on postnatal depression
Tel 08457 660 163
A community website set up by mothers to give advice on parenting and family issues
24-hour nurse-led helpline providing confidential healthcare advice and information
Tel 0845 46 47
National charity providing help and support and information for parents.
Tel 0808 800 2222 (helpline)
A website intended to help dads and families by providing information and guidance through their experience of postnatal depression.
Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society)
Uk charity providing support for bereaved parents and their families
Government programme providing a range of advice and support for parents from pregnancy through to starting primary school.
www.facing-parenthood.com Daytime Evening and Weekend Appointments. 020 8444 9160