A website run by Liz Wise, a committee member of APNI. This provides information and support for anyone with an interest in postnatal depression.The site offers counselling and support groups (contact Liz for charges etc.)
This organisation covers many issues related to pregnancy, childbirth and after birth. There is a special section on post-natal depression. The NCT can usually put you in touch with a group of mothers local to you and/or a post-natal co-ordinator.
This is a US based organisation that embraces self-help groups for PND around the world. APNI received an award for excellence from PSI in 1997. This was the first Annual Jane Honikman Award in recognition of our contribution to postpartum women and their families.
This organisation works to help people who suffer from depression at any stage in their life. They provide information and support services. They campaign to raise awareness amongst the general public about the realities of depression.
Sane offers information and advice on illnesses such as schizophrenia and depression and therapies for these illnesses. Sane runs Saneline on 08457678000 this is a national telephone helpline.
This site offers information and support to mothers who have had a traumatic birth experience or who are suffering from Post birth Traumatic Syndrome.
The site has plenty of information, advice and links.
(Depression during Pregnancy) affects approximately one in ten women in the UK. There is little information on the subject, it is not the same as post-natal depression. This site contains useful information.