We have worked together with healthcare professionals, employers, and people with lived experience of perinatal mental health issues to co-create training sessions which aim to improve the understanding of perinatal mental health issues.
We have a wide range of training opportunities available for healthcare professionals, non-clinical community support workers, new/expectant parents, friends and family, and employers.
All sessions are virtual unless specified otherwise. In order to participate in virtual sessions, you will need access to a laptop/mobile device and a stable internet connection. No specific resources are required for in-person sessions. Attendance details will be supplied when you have signed up to a training session.
Training will be held between April and June 2022. Please click below to find out more and to book onto the different trainings.
If you would like to organise a training session for your organisation:
Who is this course aimed towards: Health and social care professionals or practitioners who provide care and support to pregnant women, women who have a child up to a year old, and their partners (e.g. medics, psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists, general practitioners, peer support workers etc.).
Who is this course aimed towards: Non-clinical community support workers who can provide support to new/expectant parents (e.g. doulas and people who facilitate local community groups such as breastfeeding buddies, mother & baby groups etc. and intergenerational community support groups).
Who is this course aimed towards: Family and friends of new/expectant parents who might be experiencing PMI
Who is this course aimed towards: employers who want to find out more about emotional and practical support for new and expectant parents
If you are an expectant or new parent, then please consider taking part in our research which aims to understand the impact of the campaign on people’s attitudes, experiences and understanding of perinatal mental illness.
You can access the survey here…
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