We’re a specialist service supporting families involved with the Independent Maternity Review into cases of serious concern at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
We appreciate that taking the first step to access psychological support for your experiences may be a challenging one. We will work at your pace, and as these events have likely had an impact across your extended family, we can offer support to your whole family, including those under 18.
Losing someone you love is a catastrophic event and is devastating.
Looking after yourself may feel difficult and unimportant but can help you manage some aspects of grief and coping with life.
When you make contact our dedicated administration team will confirm your details and look to arrange an appointment with a wellbeing navigator as the first step on your journey.
Plays a key role in supporting your journey through FPSS.
Intended to be an open and reflective space for you to work through feelings you may have about your experiences.
A therapeutic approach that looks at the links between thoughts, emotions and behaviours.
A therapy designed to help process traumatic memories.
Focuses on helping preventing further episodes of low mood and worry.
Supports you to reduce obstacles within a relationship that result in feeling alone, distressed or make you feel irritable or angry with one other.
A specialised form of yoga that helps those who have experienced trauma or who have a diagnosis of PTSD.
For children either on their own or with wider family members, to support them in their reactions to the experiences in your family.
Experiencing loss and grief within your family can be life changing, and it can create a ripple effect of emotions around you and your family.