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Further Resources

  • Tommy's - Mental wellbeing in pregnancy – patient information written by midwives
  • Action on Postpartum Psychosis -  A national charity for women and families affected by postpartum psychosis. Provides information and peer support, including online forums and workshops
  • Beating Bipolar - An interactive internet based programme that aims to improve understanding of the condition. It includes video of professionals and people with lived experience of bipolar disorder. Includes a module about pregnancy for women with Bipolar Disorder
  • Best Beginnings - Baby Buddy App – allows you to create a Bump Buddy avatar to guide you through your pregnancy. Provides information about many aspects of pregnancy and parenting, including mental wellbeing, in the form of short video clips
  • Best Use of Medicines in Pregnancy (BUMPS) -  Information leaflets for women and their partners about use of a medication in pregnancy
  • Maternal OCD - Support and Information for women with Perinatal Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
  • Twitter support group: #Bumpsandmumsocdhr
  • Netmums -  Information and support on many aspects pregnancy and parenting, including local resources
  • PANDAS - Antenatal and postnatal depression information and support for women and families. Support groups and helpline
  • PND and Me - Website and online support group for sufferers of perinatal mental illness with links to information and a range of resources around this topic. Set up by a mum who had postnatal depression. Includes peer support through Twitter: #PNDHour & #PNDChat
  • Babies in Lockdown - This report explores pandemic and lockdown reflections from a diverse group of expectant and new parents during the critical first months and years of their babies’
  • Rare Jewels - This ground-breaking report explains for the first time what specialised parent-infant relationship teams are, and why they matter. It contains the most up-to-date analysis of
    provision across the four nations of the UK.