Physical And Mental Health Post Baby To Include Post Natal Depression And Birth Trauma


Pre recorded session

On purchasing this course, you will be sent the link to view the recording together with, toolkit and sample policies and procedures included and certificate template


Suitable for all staff  

60% of professional women will leave their organisation within a year of returning to the workplace after maternity leave. The most common reason is feeling unsupported by their employer.

Course content:

  • Views about work and family
  • Reasons for returning to work
  • Concerns about returning to work
  • Return to work experiences
  • Adjusting to work -factors that affect a mothers return to work
  • Mothers’ perceptions of work-life balance
  • Support for returning parents
  • Mental and Physical Health at the end of maternity leave including:
  • Post Natal Depression – What is PND?
  • What are the symptoms and what support is available?
  • Birth Trauma (PTSD) What is Birth Trauma? What are the symptoms and what support is available?
  • Lack of confidence and self esteem on returning to work: What can help?
  • Awareness of physical health post-baby including Perineal tears, Episiotomy or Childbirth Injuries and Urinary Incontinence.
  • Cesarean awareness and when a baby is born prematurely.
  • Breastfeeding in the workplace