New – After My Birth podcasts

If you know you need mental health support and feel it’s too big a step to ask for help or get to one of our gatherings, don’t suffer in silence.  You can still share the experiences of birth professionals and parents from across the UK through our brand new After My Birth podcasts.

Out on the third Sunday of the month, our 30-minute After My Birth sessions, presented by My Birth Support founder Aileen White, explore tools, strategies and top tips to help you come to terms with transition through birth in to parenting.

Whether it’s a guided relaxation, advice or simply the benefit of hearing other people’s birth stories, the series offers a new way to take the first steps toward healing. Some of the episode headings are:

Aileen White, My Birth Support founder, says: “Whether it’s two days, two weeks or even 22 years after your birth experience, our new After My Birth podcast can help if you feel overwhelmed, are struggling or feel traumatised by your pregnancy, birth and postnatal experience. Many parents have told us getting to a group might be too much to cope with, so I hope this new podcast series will help you start to get the support you need.”

Our After My Birth podcasts are include self-care concepts that are transferable for the rest of life too. Episodes already uploaded cover topics such as taking all the time you need, acceptance, and dealing with recurring issues.


We’re grateful for grant funding from the Benefact Trust, which has enabled us to produce our new podcast series.


Thank you too Scott Finley for being our guest blog author this month!


If you need support for your wellbeing and mental health in a group or 1:1 session, please do get in touch with Aileen at:

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