... recovery is possible
If you are a mum who suspects that they might be experiencing Postnatal Depression, you can find help and information here.
If you are a Dad who's partner is experiencing Postnatal Depression, or you think you may be experiencing it yourself, you can find help and information here.
- Adoptive Parents
If you are an adoptive parent, or you are thinking about adopting a child, you can find some information here.
If you are a Social Worker, Carer or Health Professional and want some information on Postnatal Depression, you can find it here.
Having a baby is meant to be a happy time but for a lot of parents this just isn't the case. Postnatal Depression, or PND can sometimes be the cause of this.
Postnatal Depression can happen to anyone. The main thing to remember is that it's not your fault and you don't have to suffer in silence.
If you are feeling unwell after having your baby, you will need help from your GP and health visitor. If you feel like you are becoming depressed and have increasing anxiety, then you may need help from a service that specialises in Postnatal Depression such as ours.
Click on the links above for more information on PND, it's causes, and how the PSS Postnatal Depression Project can help you.