Postpartum Depression therapists in London, England ENG, United Kingdom GB

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Bishop's Stortford, England  therapist: Jerilee Claydon, registered psychotherapist
Postpartum Depression

Jerilee Claydon

Registered Psychotherapist, UKCP, MBACP, Adip.
I believe every woman will experience low moods after having a baby, resting for 40 days post baby can have life long benefits for both mother and baby. Making a structured plan to care for yourself in turn cares for your baby, providing strong bonds and less anxiety.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC2M
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist, life coach
Postpartum Depression

Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist

Life Coach, MAC, MSc, BSc Hons,
Welcoming a new life into the world is a profound experience, but the postpartum period can bring unexpected challenges. As a compassionate psychologist specializing in women's health (mums' in particular), I'm here to provide a supportive and understanding space for mothers navigating the complex landscape of emotions. Together, we'll gently explore the feelings that arise during this transformative time, addressing the unique challenges of postpartum depression. My approach is rooted in empathy, offering personalized strategies to cope, heal, and rediscover the joy in motherhood. If you're finding this journey overwhelming, remember, you're not alone. Let's embark on a path of healing together, embracing the support and understanding you deserve.  
10 Years Experience
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Postpartum Depression

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
As with any form of depression we can understand its cause and its manifestation at many levels. In the case of postpartum depression there is a combination of a chemical malfunction in the brain probably caused by hormonal imbalance and the overwhelming experience of bonding with and being responsible for a new and helpless human being. I know from working with patients suffering from this horrible condition that the level of despair is immense. I can only say that this is a condition that responds well to treatment. Seeing patients respond to this treatment and becoming loving functional parents is one of the most rewarding experiences a psychologist can have.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC1V 2NX
Online in London, England
Milton Keynes, England therapist: The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy), registered psychotherapist
Postpartum Depression

The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy)

Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
I believe postpartum depression is still depression and can still be worked with in the usual way but not how the usual blurb and old fashioned thinking is programmed to do. Like usual depression long or short term it is not a disease it is a process that has been ambushed.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9QD
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Postpartum Depression

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective Postpartum Depression counselling and therapy.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2SP
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Gemma Autumn, counselor/therapist
Postpartum Depression

Gemma Autumn

Counsellor/Therapist, Integrative Adult and Adolescent Counsellor Cert, PgDip, MBACP Accredited
I work with those going through issues related to postpartum depression.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: Dr Grenville Major, therapist
Postpartum Depression

Dr Grenville Major

Therapist, MBchB, MRCpsych, MSc psychological therapies
Society expects new mothers to be sublimely happy with the birth of a child but many mothers for often complex reasons struggle when they have a newborn. Understanding your individual reasons can help detoxify the sadness and restore you equilibrium. Therapy can help you do this. I would like to meet with you to see what can be done to help you. This will enable us to get to know each other and see if we can work together. It’s important for you to work with someone you trust and feel safe with.  
43 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW19 2RW
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Alison Edwards Therapy, Coaching & Supervision, psychologist
Postpartum Depression

Alison Edwards Therapy, Coaching & Supervision

Psychologist, CBT Therapist, FMBPsS, MA (Hons), MSc, CertCouns, MSc
I provide Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, ACT and person-centred counselling, which are the recommended psychological therapies for depression. I have experience of supporting clients who have had a previous episode of depression before their post-partum/ post-natal depression, and clients who have been feeling depressed for a long time.  
16 Years Experience
Online in London, England
St Albans, England  therapist: Dr Hannah Levy, Clinical Psychologist, psychologist
Postpartum Depression

Dr Hannah Levy, Clinical Psychologist

Psychologist, DClinPsy, BSc
You thought that becoming a parent would be exciting, but you've also felt overwhelmed, anxious and like you’re struggling to cope. There's been an expectation that you'd be happy and even ‘glowing’ but the reality has often felt very different. It has left you wondering if you’re failing or 'not doing it right' which can make it hard to say you're not OK or ask for help. If this feels like you, please know that you are not alone and that these thoughts and feelings are very common, even if they’re not often talked about. As a Clinical Psychologist specialising in parental and perinatal wellbeing, I can support you as you adjust to becoming a parent, whether this is during pregnancy, after your baby is born, following a traumatic birth or when your baby has additional health needs or has required neonatal care. I also offer bereavement support when a baby has sadly died. Asking for professional support when things feel difficult can feel scary and uncomfortable. I hope you'll find I offer a supportive, warm, friendly and non-judgment approach. Please feel you can contact me to arrange a free 15 minute telephone call so we can discuss how I can help. For further information please visit my website www.drhannahlevy.co.uk  
12 Years Experience
In-Person Near London, ENG
Online in London, England