Dr Shaw knows first hand the stress of having a newborn baby during these uncertain times with the birth of her third son during the COVID-19 pandemic. With her first two children, Simone relished the fourth trimester (that is, the postnatal period) by meeting other new mothers at cafes, parks and libraries to chat all things babies. However, government restrictions have prevented new mothers the opportunity for emotional and physical nourishment and care that they crave and deserve during this time. Physical distancing does not mean social isolation. You are not alone and there are virtual and face to face support options still available to new mothers to help them navigate this precious, but demanding phase of their motherhood journeys. Sure Psychology offers face to face and telehealth appointments to suit your needs. Contact us to discuss your specific needs or to make an appointment.
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