Working with Mums
Make a Move runs a very successful programme working with mothers with low mood or perinatal depression.
We have moved our courses online using Zoom.
You are invited to join our interactive, therapeutic sessions with other mothers who have babies and small children and feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious.
Our courses give you space for yourself and chance to share your experience with others in a small group. We use movement, mindfulness and other therapeutic techniques.
We recommend that you can get more from sessions if you are in the group on your own while your child is cared for by someone else.
You will then be able to concentrate fully on yourself to find understanding about your situation and some new personal tools for coping.
Courses will run for 8 weeks. We have spaces in four different options from 7th June 2021.
Tuesday morning 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Tuesday afternoon 13:45 pm – 15:00 pm
Wednesday morning 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Thursday evening 19:45 pm – 21:00 pm
To register interest or for more information E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call on: 07592 103325
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Mums report an improvement in mood, emotional state, relationships, sleep patterns, and energy levels, which in turn give their babies an improved start in life.
Moving On Up! offers sessions of music, movement and therapeutic talking to help mothers recover from their depression.
Who keeps us going?
As a charity, we receive funding from several trusts and foundations:
In one year, we achieved the following from our work with mums:
· 90% of mothers report improved mood, enhanced coping strategies and less isolation
· 95% of mothers report strengthened relationships with their children
· Health visitors and BaNES Children’s Group staff report emotional and physical developmental progress in 80% of children
“I am very grateful to Make a Move for supporting me over the past year and particularly during my return to work. They have helped me in so many ways and I have enjoyed my family so much more as a result.”Mum of 2