NHS Improving Mental Health Services
Following the National Audit Office (NAO) report that we shared and commented on 13th February 2023, the Government are now conducting an Inquiry on mental health services and the progress that they'v...
Postnatal Depression is a form of depression that most commonly effects parents in the first year of their child’s life. Recent Studies have recognised that Postnatal Depression can affect not only new mothers but also up to one in ten new fathers.
If you feel you or someone close to you may be suffering from Postnatal Depression, counselling can be a very effective treatment in not only working through the condition but also, allowing for an opportunity to look at the underlying factors that can contribute to the causes of Postnatal Depression.
Find the help you need...If you are a potential client looking for a counsellor, you may search our registrants by location or name and you can also check whether someone is on the NCS accredited register. A member of the Society may be a Registrant or a non-registrant member.Find Out More
Use our Find a Course tool to find the nearest training providers who offer National Counselling Society Accredited, Advanced Specialist, Quality Checked or CPD courses. These courses are currently run across the the UK.Find Out More