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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy means working one-on-one with a therapist for 50 minute sessions. Mums Matter therapists use several evidence-based therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), attachment theory, psychodynamic theory depending on your issues and what is helpful for you. Complete our New Client Intake form to start working with a therapist.

Group Therapy & Live Webinars

Group Therapy means working with a therapist in a group setting with between 6 and 10 other participants. They usually consist of short educational components, group discussions, and lots of experiential exercises. Learn more about our upcoming groups and live webinars.

On-Demand Webinars

Our recorded webinars on a range of topics are able to be downloaded instantly to listen to in your own time.

Relationship Counselling

Even the strongest relationships are strained during the transition to parenthood. Lack of sleep, never-ending housework and financial concerns can lead to profound stress and a decline in marital satisfaction. Not surprisingly, research shows 69% of new parents experience conflict, disappointment and hurt feelings. Mums Matter offers a Relationship Counselling service to help you and your partner learn the strengths and challenges of your relationship, and to determine a plan.

Problem Solving Sessions

Problem solving sessions are appropriate when you might like to access between 1 and 3 (maximum) individual sessions to explore a specific decision or gain some specific advice. This might include things like:

  • Making a decision about a pregnancy

  • Making a decision about having another child especially if you have experienced perinatal mental health issues with previous children

  • Whether to seek psychiatric input or medication options

  • Information and support around infant sleep and settling from a mental health perspective - both yours and your baby's

  • Exploring your breastfeeding or feeding journey and/or a decision to change methods

  • Discussing family dynamics and relationship issues

  • Specific baby/toddler/child behavioural issues or your relationship with your child.

  • Debriefing about your birth experience

  • Planning for after you have your baby - emotional and practical support plan

All problem solving sessions are with our Director and Clinical Psychologist, Frances Bilbao

Family Forming Support Services

We understand the complexities and emotional toll that trying to create a family can have on your life. Our Family Forming Support Service is specifically tailored to support individuals and couples experiencing infertility or other challenges to having children, providing a solution-focused approach to guide you through your unique journey towards parenthood.

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Professional Development and Supervision

The Perinatal Professionals Hub provides evidence-based clinical and reflective development for multi-disciplinary professionals and organisations working in the perinatal period.  See The Perinatal Professionals Hib page for more details.

Workplace Support Programs

Perinatal depression and anxiety possess substantial potential to affect an expectant or new parent's life profoundly, often hampering their performance in the workplace. We offer a tailored spectrum of workplace wellbeing resources and support, ensuring your employees are not only productive but also thriving during this critical phase of their lives. Enhance the well-being of your team and boost productivity with our specialized solutions.

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