Counselling for parenthood.
For anyone navigating the path from conception to pregnancy, birth and beyond.
The decision to seek therapy signals a healthy prioritising of self care.
You don’t need to wait for breaking point to reach out for support. You might be a new dad struggling with the change in relationship dynamics, or a mum-to-be anxious about what the actual birth will entail. When life feels overwhelming, talking to a professional can give you the space and support to face the challenges and feel heard and understood.
Our emotional wellbeing is particularly important, though often overlooked, as we transition to parenthood.
A few examples of what may bring you to therapy:
Anxiety about birth, attachment, birth trauma, body image, changes to personal identity, conception, co-parenting, entering pregnancy with pre-existing difficulties, exhaustion, fertility, IVF, isolation, parental alienation, post-natal depression, pregnancy loss and termination, processing your birth story, relationship dynamics, same sex parenting, separation and divorce, single parenting by choice, step parenting, stress, trans-generational trauma and much more.