We’re back on Facebook and Instagram

This month My Birth Support will be launching their new social media presence through our own page on Facebook and Instagram profile. This enhances what they already offer online such as their After My Birth Podcast Series, YouTube guided visualisation series and monthly Maternal Journal sessions on Zoom.

My Birth Support is now 10

Back in 2013, our My Birth Support founder Aileen White had the idea to offer support to others who were experiencing anxiety of fear around birth, like she herself had. Find out how My Birth Support CIC has and can have a difference in the lives of parents and carers across Kent and the UK.

Pregnancy Twinning

Find out how My Birth Support CIC are supporting mums in Africa as well as the UK through Pregnancy Twinning.

After My Birth Podcast

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.

My Birth Recovery

There are so many who struggle with difficult pregnancies, traumatic births, or challenging postnatal experiences. If you’re struggling, you’re not alone and help is available through the My Birth Recovery course.

Mums Matter Breakfasts

Find out about our new monthly Mums Matter breakfast pampers in Canterbury.  We provide a relaxed space to be creative, enjoy breakfast and make new friends with other mums, because Mums really do matter!

Post It Notes for Birth Recovery

One of the starting points in birth recovery, is working out what on earth, actually happened. The different things that you experienced can feel like a tangled pile of spaghetti and you don’t know where to start. Because we all think and process in different ways I love to offer a ideas to help you process your story.