Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Centre
Holding families in mind during preconception, pregnancy, infancy and early childhood.
"Pregnancy is not only about producing a healthy baby, it is about a healthy mother and father and a supportive network of family and social relationships"
At inMind we offer psychology services to support families during the perinatal period and early childhood. We understand that parenting during the early years of your child's life while exciting is also often challenging and encompasses a major social and psychological change for both mothers and fathers, and for the parent couple. During this time it is important to support parents to stay attuned to their baby's needs to ensure a healthy attachment and infant well-being.
Perinatal mental health refers to a woman’s mental health during pregnancy and the first year after birth. This includes mental illness existing before pregnancy, as well as illnesses that develop for the first time, or are greatly exacerbated in the perinatal period. While infant mental health refers to a child's social and emotional development from birth to age three.
At inMind we provide a safe and supportive space in which you can work through past losses or trauma, explore and enrich your relationship with your infant or toddler, and gain knowledge and skills to better understand and support your child's emotional well-being. We offer a range of services, from education classes to tailored long-term psychotherapy for parents and parent-infant dyads and triads.