Providing postnatal support and sessions for those early days, weeks and months with your baby is one of my specialities. As a qualified postnatal practitioner, I have worked with parents for a number of years. My practice is based on research, experience and the different needs of parents to provide you with good information, coping strategies and reassurance. This helps you to feel supported so you can find what works for you and for your baby.
My role is not to tell you what to do or how to parent. I am here to listen, to provide ideas and perspective. With calm knowledge and reassurance, I am here to help you with ongoing strategies and plans.
All of my postnatal sessions are about small groups and 1:1 sessions with conversation, offloading, questions and easing isolation.
MY POSTNATAL SESSIONS INCLUDE…
1:1 sessions for new parents
Practical information, support and reassurance to focus on your recovery, meeting the needs of your new baby and looking after you.
Practical, informal and relaxing sessions for mums and babies
Small groups with conversation, plus professional support and reassurance on all aspects of early parenting.
Weekly sessions for women in pregnancy and with a baby or toddler
It’s all about information, support, reassurance & conversation.
An informal session to talk through and make sense of the birth of your baby
Support for tired parents
A 1:1 session to focus on your baby’s sleep and to support you when you are out of ideas and maybe feeling like you are doing something wrong.
Taking the stress out of solid food
Purees & mush, baby-led & a combination of methods, along with meal ideas, what to expect and a weaning guide.
To focus on your individual needs as a parents with information, support and reassurance
new baby | baby sleep | being a mum | feeding | weaning | birth debrief | changing relationships | going back to work
I have worked with parents since 2002 and, as a practitioner with professional training and experience, I am trusted to provide a balance of reliable knowledge, non-judgemental support and much needed reassurance.
My approach is not to tell you what to do – it is to listen, to provide you with the opportunity to ask questions, it is about providing ideas and information, helping you to formulate plans and to find what works for you and for your family.
If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.