Low Mood After Child Birth

While everyone thinks having a baby is an incredibly happy time, the vast majority of mothers – and some fathers – go through a short, emotional period known as the baby blues. Sometimes, mothers experience much stronger feelings of sadness and depression over an extended period of time. This low mood is sometimes referred to as postnatal depression.

Therapy For You can offer you a range of interventions to help manage this type of problem. Our psychoeducational courses can help you to learn more about the condition, discover the underlying reason of your low mood and explore methods and techniques to help you cope and overcome your low mood.

Why not get started on the right path now with one of our online courses?

Online Courses

Get access to mental health support that fits around your life, and get the help you need at a time and place that suits you. Our ground-breaking online video therapy courses are the first of their kind to be used by the NHS, and for most people they’re the fastest way to access professional therapy. Why not start today? Take a look at our range of CBT-based video courses, each designed to address a specific mental health challenge.

1-1 Therapy

Speak about what’s troubling you face to face with a qualified therapist – all in the comfort of a private setting. You can discuss your feelings, experiences and symptoms, while working towards feeling better together.

Group Therapy

These sessions help you to learn and talk about your feelings in a confidential and private setting, with people who may feel a similar way. Each session is led by a qualified therapist who’ll help you to understand more about your problem and offer techniques to help you control and overcome it.

Phone Therapy

For those with busy family lives, mobility issues, or other barriers to getting out and about, we’re able to offer help via phone therapy. We will arrange calls between you and a qualified therapist so that you can access the help you need at a time and place that’s convenient for you.

Video Calls

If you’re unable to attend regular therapy in person, Therapy For You can set up video calls between you and a qualified therapist. During the sessions, you’ll be able to discuss issues that are causing you distress or making you feel uncomfortable. You’ll learn new techniques to help you overcome problems and help you to start feeling better.

Online Therapy (IESO)

Discover one-to-one therapy in the form of secure online chat sessions. Speak to a qualified therapist using a phone, tablet or other device, from wherever you feel comfortable. The therapy itself uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), an approach that’s been proven to be effective in treating a broad range of problems.

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Covid-19 Update

In light of government guidance changing on 19th July relating to the COVID 19 pandemic, the NHS has been advised that it will still need to operate in a manner which adheres to the hands, face, space message.

Therefore we are still unable to offer face to face appointments at this time but will continue to offer sessions via video conferencing, telephony and online text type – click here to find out more.