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Mental health and wellbeing

It's important to look after you mental health and wellbeing during your pregnancy and when you become a parent.

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Pregnancy and Postnatal Mental Health Online Programs

Learn practical strategies for managing anxiety and low mood during pregnancy and postpartum with THIS WAY UP’s clinically-proven online programs for parents.

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Mental wellbeing during pregnancy

Your mental health and wellbeing during pregnancy is as important as your physical health. Learn how to look after yourself, how to know if you need help, and where to find it.

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Looking after your mental and physical wellbeing - video

Learn some simple tips on taking care of your mental and physical wellbeing during pregnancy and as new a parent.

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6-week postnatal check

The 6-week postnatal check is an important opportunity to assess your mental and physical wellbeing and recovery after pregnancy and baby’s birth.

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Mum2BMoodBooster - online program

Mum2BMoodBooster is Australia's new evidence-based treatment for depression during pregnancy. Mum2BMoodBooster is a free online program designed to help women recover from antenatal depression.

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Your physical and emotional wellbeing

Bringing your baby home can be a wonderful time, but it can also be chaotic and exhausting. Life with a new baby is demanding and unpredictable.

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What do paediatricians do?

Paediatricians diagnose, treat and provide care for babies, kids and teenagers; including illnesses and physical, mental and behavioural development.

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Support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families deal with a complex set of reasons for why extra support is needed for raising happy, healthy children.

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Preconception health for women

Find out what you can do to improve your fertility and increase your chances of falling pregnant and having a healthy baby.

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