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    Default Postnatal Depression Awareness Week 2011 - Further reading and resources

    Resources and Further Reading
    (With thanks to MuminMind for researching and compiling this information)

    Directory of Postnatal Depression Support Organisations throughout Australia

    General information on perinatal Mood Disorders
    Emotional Health During Pregnancy and Early Parenthood booklet

    Depression During Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period

    Causes and Risk Factors of Depression in Pregnancy and the Postnatal Perio

    Adjusting to Parenthood

    Unsettled Babies Helpful Information

    Having Another Baby after Depression

    Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale - Checklist for pregnant Women and New Mothers

    Self-testing for Depression in Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period

    Treatment for Perinatal Mood Disorders
    Finding a Mental Health Friendly GP

    Seeing your Doctor

    What to Expect from a Mental Health Consultation

    Booklet - A Guide to What Works for Depression. A Comprehensive Review of all Known Treatments for Depression, Including Medical, Psychological and Complementary and lifestyle Interventions.

    Treatments for Depression

    Treatment Issues

    Helping Yourself

    Strategies for Feeling Better

    Antenatal Depression
    Antenatal Depression

    What is Antenatal Depression?

    Postnatal Depression
    Factsheet Postnatal Depression

    What is Postnatal Depression?

    Postnatal Depression

    Postnatal Depression and Breastfeeding

    Safety of Antidepressants in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

    Recovering from Postnatal Depression

    Postnatal Psychosis
    Postpartum Psychosis

    What is Postnatal (Puerperal) Psychosis?

    PND in Men
    Men and Postnatal Depression

    Hey Dad: Fatherhood - First 12 Months

    International Webpages

    Resources for partners, family and friends
    Caring for Someone with Postnatal Depression

    How to Help the Mother who is Not Acknowledging PND

    BooksAustralian Webpages

    International Webpages

    Online self-help
    Mood Gym is powered by the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) at the Australian National University and “aims to help you identify and overcome problem emotions and show you how to develop good coping skills for the future”. You can start and stop as you go through the modules of this programme.
    ecouch is the latest offering from ANU and is “a self-help interactive program with modules for depression, generalised anxiety & worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss & grief.” “It provides evidence-based information and teaches strategies drawn from cognitive, behavioural and interpersonal therapies as well as relaxation and physical activity.” E-couch is also a research site as they use information gathered through the programme so the government can understand more about how to help people with depression and anxiety. Privacy is assured, but you are able to use an alias if you prefer.
    Living life to the full is authored by Dr Chris Williams, a Professor of Psychiatry and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the University of Glasgow. He set up this programme to make CBT more widely available and does not profit from the site (even the bookstore proceeds go elsewhere). You can start and stop the programme as time allows.
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