Because being a parent isn't easy
“OXPIP has helped me focus on the small cues of my baby looking happy and pleased. It has helped me connect better with both my children.”
At OXPIP, we help parents to make loving and secure bonds with their babies. Many of the mothers we see suffer from post-natal depression of some kind, from mild to very severe, it’s estimated that about 15% of mothers suffer from post natal depression.. Through a combination of listening and exploring thoughts and feelings, OXPIP therapists offer a safe and supportive environment where parents can get to know and understand their baby better.
Our ability to respond to the needs of both mother and baby is crucial, and makes our approach uniquely helpful.
We actively encourage fathers to participate in our sessions wherever possible.
OXPIP's final lecture of the 2014 series is taking place on Friday 21 November with Maria Pozzi - further details
OXPIP is hosting a Fundraising dinner and auction of promises on Friday 28 November 2014 - further info / tickets
OXPIP is currently looking for a new trustee to act as treasurer - Please contact us for further information
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