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Free resources and support

Here we’ve pulled together some of our favourite free resources to support you through the parenting journey, depending on what you need help with. 

The Village ~ A Parenting Community for Humans

Come and join us in ‘the most supportive group for parents on the internet’.  Parenting can feel like a really lonely time, but finding a safe community of others can be transformative.

In the Village, we have an explicit NO JUDGEMENT rule and all members are encouraged to offer solidarity rather than give advice. You’ll find a listening ear, some supportive words and often some brilliant ideas based on people’s own experiences. We cover topics from feeding, potty training, behaviour challenges and sleep to intergenerational trauma, parenting in isolation, dealing with separation and much more more. 

“As well as being supported in my parenting… I’ve honestly learnt so much from the people in this group including the power of being open about my quirks. It feels like a wonderful group of the most unjudgemental supportive parenting friends.”

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“This community has been hands down the most helpful one I’ve been a member of, and I have tried quite a few over the years!”

Need some immediate calm?

Pop in some headphones and play our 5-minute breathing meditation to access some instant calm. You can also download the meditation to play from your device.

Free Online Resources

As well as offering personal therapy and support, we are happy for you to ask us about general advice or accessing other services. Healthcare services… who is. Sometimes we might let you know that therapy sounds like the right option but we will never put you under any pressure to work with us.

If you are concerned about your mental health- or physical health- we always suggest speaking to your GP or another healthcare professional. Our website or other educational resources are not a substitute for personalised advice. It can be daunting to speak to someone, but usually the anticipation is worse than the reality. Your GP, midwife, health visitor, school should have information about local services or ask in local groups for personal recommendations.

Sometimes you don’t get the answers you need from one health professional- but please do speak to someone else if that is the case.

If you decide to look for private support please ensure that you speak to an appropriately qualified, regulated professional. Look on the Health Care Professionals Council register, or directories such as the BPS, BACP, BABCP or get in touch with us here. (We only take on qualified, regulated professionals as clinical members.)

If you are in a crisis, please speak to your doctor, you can ask for a referral to a Crisis team, or go to A&E. You can also contact the Samaritans 116 123 or text SHOUT 85258.

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Mental Health

Samaritans 116 123
SHOUT text 85258

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Couple Issues

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Maternal Mental Health

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Baby Loss

SANDS helpline 0808 164 3332
Miscarriage Association ~

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Lone Parents

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Childline 0800 1111
If you are concerned about a child call 0808 800 5000

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Domestic Abuse

(including emotional abuse)

We will be offering low-cost and free therapy in the future.

Please check back for more details. 

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