House of Light was founded in 2007 and has helped thousands of women and their families come through Antenatal and Postnatal Illness.
PND can affect 1 in 7 mothers after giving birth. It does not matter if it is your 1st child or 5th.
With the right help, support and treatment all women can and will recover. We offer one to one counselling, support advice and information.Click here to read more.
Counselling provides a safe, non-judgemental space for you to discuss your problems and worries and explore your feelings and emotions. Counselling can help give you an insight and a better understanding if yourself and the issues you face.
Pregnancy and birth is a time of huge change and for some this can feel overwhelming and may bring about many thoughts, feelings and emotions. Talking about how you feel can bring a huge sense of relief. Counselling can also empower you to make positive changes in your life.
Our counsellors can use a variety of techniques to help you with the issues you face.
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100% of service users said they were either very likely or likely to recommend the service.
Our helpline is open Monday – Friday 9am -5pm for advice and information.
E-mail support is available Monday – Friday 9am -5pm. Any e-mails received outside of this time will be answered within working hours.
Dad’s and partners can be at risk of developing anxiety or depression after the birth of a child. It can also be difficult caring for someone who is affected by mental illness.Click here to read less.
Having antenatal depression does not necessarily mean you will develop postnatal depression. Many mums do feel well once their baby is born and having help and support as soon as possible makes all the difference.
Postnatal depression is a type of depression some women experience after having a baby. It can develop anytime in the first year after giving birth.
Meet our team of therapists who are here to help you through your difficult time.
We are a not for profit registered charity. Your donations are important to enable us to offer help, support, advice and information for women and their families who are affected by antenatal (A/N) and postnatal depression (PND).