Parent and Baby Psychology Service
A team of clinical psychologists offer brief psychological interventions for parents expecting a baby and parents with a baby in the first year who are struggling with the transition to parenthood.
The service provides a safe place for parents or expectant parents to share in confidence their thoughts and feelings about becoming a parent. It aims to improve the emotional wellbeing of parents, enabling them to develop positive relationships with their baby.
Parents with severe post-natal depression or chronic or severe mental health problems should be referred to the Perinatal Mental Health Team
For further information, you can print a leaflet using the link at the end of this page. There is one leaflet for parents, and another for practitioners making referrals.
Who to contact
- 020 3316 1824 020 3316 1824
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Northern Health Centre
580, Holloway Road, 3rd Floor
- N7 6LB
- Cost Details
- There is no cost for this service.
- Who is this service for?
- For parents expecting a baby and parents with a baby in the first year who are finding the transition to parenthood challenging.
- Can I refer myself?
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Referrals to the service should come from GPs, midwives or health visitors. Children's centre family support workers can ask health visitors to refer on their behalf.