Perinatal counselling and pregnancy counselling provides professional confidential emotional support to women who feel they need support during and after a pregnancy. Pregnancy effects women in many different ways particularly depending on the circumstances of each pregnancy. Sadly not all pregnancies end with a healthy baby. Many women experience infertility problems, miscarriages, loss, high risk pregnancies, pregnancy complications and postnatal problems. What ever you are going through, counselling is a safe space to talk about your thoughts and feelings or the circumstances surrounding your pregnancy. If you need to talk about something that is worrying you during or after your pregnancy, then I am here to listen and support you. Below are some of the reason women come for perinatal counselling.
- Miscarriage & loss
- Pregnancy anxiety
- Pregnancy complications
- High risk pregnancy
- Birth anxiety
- Unplanned pregnancy
- Medical complications
- Grief and loss
- Postnatal problems
- Postnatal depression
- Adapting to motherhood
- Work related stress
- Fatigue and stress
- Bonding with your child
“If you need to talk about something that is worrying you before, during or after a pregnancy, then I am here to listen and support you.” – Orlagh Gahan –
Orlagh Gahan is a qualified Counsellor, Psychotherapist (M.I.A.C.P), Fertility Counsellor and Complementary Health Therapist in private practice in Naas, Kildare. She provides a range of therapies for health, fertility and pregnancy including Counselling and Reflexology to support women.
Related Links for Pregnancy Counselling & Loss
Irish Hospice Foundation – Training in perinatal loss and infertility and loss.
The Miscarriage Association of Ireland – Information and regional support meetings.
National Infertility Support & Information Group |http://www.nisig.com www.nisig.com