Welcome to South West London Post Natal Counselling
Provides support to parents in South West London. This includes Kingston Upon Thames, Richmond, Wimbledon, Earls Court.
This service provides emotional and psychological support to parents in South West London, during pregnancy, birth and parenthood.
We provide support for Postnatal Depression, Anxiety, Birth Trauma, Relationship Difficulties, Bonding and Attachment Difficulties and specific parenting issues such as sleeping, crying and feeding.
We have supported many women with Postnatal Depression and other issues to understand why they feel the way they to and to resolve their feelings.
As a service we recognise that bringing up children can be stressful. Having a baby can be a life-changing, meaningful and enjoyable experience. However babies place huge emotional and physical demands on their parents. Sometimes these demands can feel overwhelming, as they are continuous throughout the day and night and over a long period of time.
We are committed to promoting the emotional well-being of parents to enable them to constructively meet their own needs and the needs of their babies and growing children.
Our counsellors are female, have received an in-depth psychodynamic psychotherapy training (which includes an understanding of bonding and attachment) and are BACP Accredited. They receive regular supervision and specialise in working with parents.
- Antenatal Counselling Emotional support to prepare for birth and motherhood.
- Postnatal Counselling Emotional support for Postnatal Depression, Birth Trauma and Parenting Issues.
- Information and Resources Factsheets and articles on website. These resources aim to help you understand what is going on for you and your baby and to make constructive choices about how to respond to their needs.
In addition to providing information about the services that we offer, we are also committed to providing parents with information resources that can help you understand what is going on for you and your baby and make constructive choices about how to respond to their needs.
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