Marriage falling apart after having a baby?

You’re both tired, cranky and feel like your marriage is falling apart ever since your baby arrived!

This is a very common scenario – it’s hard to nurture your relationship when you are responsible for a tiny human being, 24/7!

Don’t make any rash decisions about your relationship at this time – seeing a qualified couples counsellor can give you both the support you need, and you may find that things are not as bad as they seem. Get help to save your relationship, before it’s too late.

Freecall 1800 877 924 and ask about our free emotional health check up, today!

Male Postnatal Depression

Male Postnatal Depression

Postnatal Depression doesn’t just affect women – it affects males too! For every two mums suffering from it, there is one dad*.

No matter how much they are loved and wanted, new babies are a huge drain on their parents – physically, financially, and emotionally. Getting emotional support from a psychologist specialising in working with new parents can help you through. Freecall 1800 877 924 today.

*Source – Body and Soul
No Sex After Baby!

No Sex After Baby!

romanceEven though it’s been several months, you still haven’t gotten around to having sex after the birth of your baby.

Perhaps one or both of you are too tired, or fearful of falling pregnant again quickly.

It’s also common for new mothers to take some time to adjust to seeing themselves as a sensual and sexual being again following birth, or they just might be fearful, remembering the pain of childbirth.

If you feel like your sex life is non-existent since the baby arrived, our qualified psychologists can help. Take a few moments to visit our website and find out more about how we can help you rediscover the joys of intimacy:

Does my child have an Eating Disorder?

Does my child have an Eating Disorder?

Girls Enjoying Tea and CakeCould your child have an eating disorder?

Find out the signs to look for, as well as plenty of other useful information, on our website today:

Our psychologists can help!


The Difference between Depression and Post Natal Depression

You had a baby two years ago and are still feeling really down. You’re tired, and mopey, and flying off the handle over any little thing.

Could it still be Post Natal Depression? Or is it “just” Depression? What is the difference, and how can it be treated?

To get the answers to your questions, and the help you need, start by visiting our website:

Do Men get PND?

It may sound silly, but the truth is up to 10% of men DO get post natal depression when their partner has a baby!

Although a man may not experience all the hormonal changes that his partner, the new mother, does, there are plenty of other changes going on.

PND in men can start even before the baby is born, as he grows increasingly anxious about his impending fatherhood, and his ability to support and raise a child.

Although men may get PND as a consequence of their partner’s depression (like “sympathy pains”!), men can also experience depression even if their partner is not depressed.

Our psychologists are experts in relationship counselling, and have worked with many couples who are struggling to cope following the birth of a baby. If you and your partner are finding life and your relationship more of a challenge than usual at this time, it’s possible that one or both of you is suffering from PND.

Visit our website or freecall 1800 877 924 to make an appointment with one of our caring and compassionate counsellors. We’re open from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.

PND Treatment Brisbane

As many as one in three women will struggle with PND after giving birth, yet many never seek out treatment and get the help they need.

Our Clinical Psychologists have advanced training and qualifications in treating a range of mental health issues – including PND.

If you live in Brisbane, why not visit our website and find out more about how a Clinical Psychologist can help with PND treatment?

Or, freecall our friendly reception staff on 1800 877 924.

Is my Baby depressed?

Although many would scoff at the idea, it’s true – children and babies can get depressed!

If you are worried that your child or baby is depressed, why not bring them in to see one of our Brisbane Child Psychologists.

Visit our website to find out more.

Anxious about Childbirth?

Pregnant, and getting anxious about childbirth as your due date approaches?

Come in and have a chat with one of our psychologists or counsellors. They are experienced in helping people with a wide range of fears and anxieties – including feeling anxious about childbirth!

Visit our website to find out more about anxiety counselling, or freecall us today on 1800 877 924.

Help to beat your Baby Blues

Your much longed for baby has finally arrived, but try as you might, you just can’t kick your baby blues.

We’re here to help. Visit out Post Natal Depression website for a number of helpful articles, and to find out how we can help you. We have specially trained, caring counsellors, psychologists and even a midwife counsellor available. Appointments are available seven days a week, so feel free to make an appointment and bring your baby, so that you can get the help you need!

Beat your baby blues! Freecall 1800 877 924 to make an appointment today.