We are The Modern Antenatal Revolution: informed, informal, inclusive antenatal and postnatal education delivered with zero bias or judgement. All parents deserve better, and it starts here. We are a team of Birth & Parent coaches that support all parents both antenatally and postnatally – we put a big focus on the positive wellbeing of both parents right from the start of our classes – and continue to support them beyond birth when they need us most. We signpost to services. We don’t give medical advice.
Empowering you with your own bespoke self-care toolkit and supporting you through stress, loss and change. I offer counselling, coaching and a bespoke healing yoga toolkit. I work with stress management and wellbeing rather than clinical issues.
Specialist psychological services for parents and parents-to-be from trying to conceive through to 5 years postpartum. We are a team of psychologists and psychotherapists who specialise in the perinatal period. We offer individual, couples, parent-infant and family therapy. We offer therapy for a wide range of issues: from fertility issues and pregnancy loss, through to PND and birth trauma, and related issues in between.
I am an experienced HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist and founder of TMC Psychology. I support children, adults and families to work through the many challenges life throws up. I work with:
Shweta Panchal is a Certified Minded Therapist. She is on the advisory board of the Minded Institute and as well as a being a senior supervisor, she teaches and lectures on Reflective Practice in Yoga Therapy, the Yoga Sutras, and Perinatal Mental Health. She is currently undertaking an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy at the Metanoia Institute and is also writing her first book on Yoga Therapy for Perinatal Mental Health to be published by Singing Dragons.
I’m on a mission to bring simple, effective mental health awareness and wellbeing practices into the lives of all parents and families starting in the perinatal period. I am in the business of helping people to preserve their mental health; I help people with mild to moderate symptoms, but I do not work with trauma or complex mental health issues.
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