Online post natal mental health course

‘Post Natal Mental Health & Early Parenting Relationships’ ONLINE specialism course for parents and therapists

ONLY £155 (HALF PRICE OFFER) if you enrol in May OR June 2020
14 hours course
A course to empower and support parents and professionals working with parents to adjust to the ‘new normal’ & to promote parent and child positive mental health

Enrol now at our online training school

The journey to becoming a parent can often feel like an emotional roller coaster. When we enter this phase in our lives, the only thing that is absolutely certain is that having a baby changes everything, and life will never be the same again. We talk about the birth of a mother and the birth of a father. Whilst being a parent is the real you, it is a part of you that never existed before. It is a new role requiring new skills and a completely new set of rules.

It is important that women and men have the right support available to enable a smooth transition to parenthood so that they can enjoy the experience with their partner, any older children and their new baby.

This course is designed to equip you and professionals who work with parents to:

  • Adjust to their new lives as a mum and dad
  • Empower them to recognise and overcome unhelpful thoughts
  • Gain a sense of control in their lives. 
  • Enable you to help them reassess their identity as an individual and as a couple, their life’s goals and what their priorities are.
  • Become ‘good enough’ parents, rather than striving for perfection. 
  • Relax into their new role as a parent, whilst also keeping the juggling balls in the air of their individual needs, their needs as a couple as well as the needs of their new baby. 

Becoming a parent can be fulfilling and enjoyable. However for some women and men it can a daunting and overwhelming experience. The reality is that, throughout the world, postpartum depression (PPD) and anxiety (PPA) disorders affect a full fifteen to twenty percent of new mothers; and 1 in 4 men can also show symptoms. However these illnesses have, until recently, received little attention from the medical profession, and limited accurate media exposure and social awareness. PPD and PPA can impact on individuals at one of the most pivotal times of life, it is vital that we as therapists empower our clients to recognise and overcome them with appropriate support.

This course will also cover:

  • Postpartum depression/Postpartum anxiety
  • Postpartum obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Postpartum post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Postpartum psychosis
  • Pregnancy/Antenatal mental health

Support your mental health today. 

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Post Natal Mental Health Online course for parents and therapists

'Post Natal Mental Health & Early Parenting Relationships' ONLINE course for parents and professionals


This online course includes:

  • Video introduction and closing words from Sharon Mustard, easibirthing and parenting training founder 
  • Audio visual lectures narrated by Sharon Mustard, your course tutor
  • Animated video to enhance your learning
  • Hypnosis audio tracks
  • Downloadable clients tools, manual, hypnosis scripts

Cost: £155 (£45 x 4 instalments if you would prefer to spread the cost)                                                                

(This is a HALF PRICE OFFER for May and June 2020 only) 

You can also trial our FREE taster course 'How to be a good enough parent' to help build your confidence as a parent, on the ONLINE school (1 hour duration).

Book 'Post Natal Mental Health & Early Parenting Relationships' course

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