We've found 13 Mental Health Practitioners

  • Dr Keogh is a Clinical Psychologist & Media Consultant with over 10 years' experience
    I specialise in Carer support - Postnatal depression - Eating disorder - Low self-esteem - Compulsive hoarding  
  • You don't have to do it alone ...
    I specialise in Depression - Postnatal depression - Domestic violence - Miscarriage  
  • Client-centred integrative psychologist specialising in anxiety, eating disturbance, and post-natal
    I specialise in Emotional abuse - Anxiety - Child related issues - Postnatal depression - Eating disorder  
  • Don't struggle alone with the baby blues...I can help.
    I specialise in Anxiety - Depression - Postnatal depression - Pregnancy and birth - Relationship issues  
  • You can't live a positive life with a negative mind. Think Positive.
    I specialise in Generalised anxiety disorder - Asperger’s syndrome - Bullying - Depression - Postnatal depression  
  • Life doesn't have to be perfect to be wonderful
    I specialise in Emotional abuse - Depression - Postnatal depression - Miscarriage - Pregnancy and birth  
  • 'Life begins on the other side of despair.' ~ Jean-Paul Sarte
    I specialise in Emotional abuse - Generalised anxiety disorder - Postnatal depression - Grief and loss - Separation and divorce  
  • More than 20 years experience in Mental Health Coounselling and Treatment
    I specialise in Anxiety - Depression - Postnatal depression - Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) - Stress  
  • I specialise with individuals, couples and childhood trauma
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Phobias - Depression - Postnatal depression - Trauma  
  • I have one year experience, so am still fairly new
    I specialise in Abortion - Abuse - Emotional abuse - Physical abuse - Sexual abuse  

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Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with postnatal depression

Postnatal depression (PND) is when a woman experiences depression that develops between one month and up to one year after the birth of a baby. Postnatal depression affects up to one in seven women (almost 16 per cent) giving birth in Australia.

Up to 80 per cent of women experience the baby blues in the early days after the birth due to changes in hormone levels. Women can feel tearful or overwhelmed but this usually passes within a few days and without specific care apart from support and understanding.

Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with postnatal depression