Providing postnatal support and sessions for those early days, weeks, months with your baby is one of my passions.
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.
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 reassurance, I am here to help you with ongoing strategies and plans so you can find what works for you and your family.
All of my postnatal sessions are online, so I can work with parents from across the country. I run small groups and 1:1 sessions with conversation, offloading, questions and easing isolation.
To provide you with information, support and reassurance about all things baby and early parenting. These sessions can also be about giving you a much needed confidence boost as you find your feet with your new baby.
Welcoming, supportive and friendly groups with conversation and an opportunity to ask questions about all things baby and early parenting.
An informal postnatal group with conversation, discussion, practical information and reassurance for mums with a baby.
Informal, effective sessions to talk through and make sense of the birth of your baby and your recovery.
Baby Sleep Consultations
Professional support with an experienced postnatal practitioner
Taking the stress out of introducing solid food.
I have created a range of thorough, practical and professional digital courses & guides to read at your own pace. They come with brilliant resources and worksheets to download so the course is personalised.
- 4th Trimester
- How Babies Work
- Baby Sleep
- Being A Mum
- Going Back To Work
- Baby Massage
You will benefit from:
*a calm knowledgeable approach
*working with an experienced practitioner
*notes, resources and downloads
*ongoing information, support and reassurance
In addition, you will also have the opportunity to:
*know more about potential challenges and how to manage them
*develop your own coping strategies
*think about what you might need
*know what questions to ask
*have a support network
“You enabled me to survive and to help me be me, the mum I am – not perfect but what felt right for me and for us.”
“Always on hand when I am stressed or worried. Janine is a wonderful listener and offers calm advice.”
“Janine was my absolute rock – she was there to answer all my questions, she reassured me, she gave me advice and she was brilliant support.”
With a qualified & experienced postnatal practitioner
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.
Janine Smith | A specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting
As an experienced antenatal & postnatal practitioner, I have worked with parents since 2002.