A – Wellbeing


The questionnaire you have completed suggests you are ok at the moment but is important to take care of your mental health and wellbeing at this busy and pressured time for you. The simple advice is to continue or start the following. Some ideas may not be for you but try to see what suits you and your lifestyle.

Intervention details

If you feel things are getting worse and it’s impacting on you and your family’s daily life, look at what your local free NHS psychological service can offer. You can easily self-refer by ringing or looking online.

To locate your local Talking Therapies provider please visit Psychological Therapies Service

If you are not sure about your choices talk about any concerns to your GP, Practice Nurse or your partners midwife or health visitor.

Intervention details

Please tell those close to you how you are feeling . You can also call the following numbers for help and support:

  • Ring NHS helpline 111 or 999

Consider phoning the Samaritans for immediate support via phone 116 123 or email

Pathway E – Maternal Mental Health Service

Maternity Mental Health Service’s offer specialist therapy during pregnancy and up to 2 years postnatal to improve the psychological health and wellbeing of women who have experience of birth trauma, pregnancy related health anxiety, as well as offering support to women who have experienced loss or bereavement in the perinatal period.

You can find details of your closest Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Team here: Community Team, they will be able to advise you of local support services, as well as being able to signpost you to the Maternal Mental Health Service or another appropriate service (if applicable) for support.

Further sources of help and support can be found on the following website’s: