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Maternal Mental Health Alliance Jul 6
It's Birth Trauma Awareness Week, led by MMHA member . This year's theme is relationships and . Find out more about at
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Bumpto3 Jul 14
Replying to @howlett_leanne
Fingers crossed for being able to build hun...sending hugs X
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Clarity Psychology Jul 8
This week is Birth Trauma Awareness week, led by . This years theme is relationships and // Every year, approximately 30,000 women experience birth trauma in the UK, which can lead to not just physical health problems, but mental health problems too.
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BirthTrauma Jul 10
Sometimes, after a traumatic birth, the next birth can be healing. From our website:
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MMHScot Jul 3
Birth Trauma awareness week starts on Monday 8th. There’s loads happening on the Facebook group. If you had a traumatic birth and need support, you are welcome.
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Make Birth Better Jul 12
Continuing our posts on , sadiewildphotography has written for us about the powerful healing of photography... “Through birth photography we can learn much about the human experience of birth and of…
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APP Jul 10
It's Birth Trauma Awareness Week. This year's theme is relationships & . In this video, women who've experienced talk about the importance of Mother & Baby Units in their recovery
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Doula UK Jul 11
This is an incredibly important campaign which is central to us as an organisation of doulas.
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BirthTrauma Jul 10
It's so important to seek help for birth trauma.
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zoe darwin Jul 10
encourage everyone to check out twitter about This year's theme is relationships and
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LaurenceVick Jul 6
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Claire Parker Jul 10
Presented a midwifery ‘patient’ story to the Board of Directors and public today, to highlight the impact of Birth Trauma 👍🏼
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Life with Baby Kicks Jul 10
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NCT Yorkshire&Humber Jul 9
This week is UK Birth trauma awareness week and the focus of the week is . This page on the NCT website has some useful information on this topic:
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Mumsnet Jul 8
Guest campaign: It's Birth Trauma Awareness Week . This year 's campaign focuses on how PTSD after birth can affect a woman’s relationship with those around her. Read more about the campaign here:
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PANDAS Jul 9
Good morning! Here are some lovely quotes to read to give you a bit of sunshine this morning 🌞If you are struggling and need someone to talk to please do get in touch with our helpline or email x
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BirthTrauma Jul 11
The BTA Facebook group provides peer support to nearly 8,000 women. .
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PANDAS Jul 11
Great words here! So true. Please do reach out if you are struggling - it is definitely not a sign of weakness!
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Claire Parker Jul 8
Traumatic births can lead to a feeling of isolation and despair. Well timed & effective debriefs go a huge way to minimise long term effects of BT
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St Ives Lib Dems Jul 14
Birth Trauma Awareness Week may be coming to a close but we need to continue campaigning on this important issue. Support proposals to improve mental health care for new mothers.
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