Below you’ll find links to a range of perinatal mental health toolkits, resources and documents.
Links to general mental health resources can be found on our Mental Health Network Resources page.
A range of guidance and documents for staff working within the NHS.
Tool to help local partners rate their local offer against national standards to identify strengths and gaps where more work is needed.
Tools to assist members of the primary care team to deliver the highest quality care to women with mental health problems in the perinatal period.
This paper has been developed by the Wales Perinatal Mental Health Implementation Network, NSPCC Cymru and the Maternal Mental Health Alliance to help influence and shape the direction of perinatal mental health (PMH) and parent-infant relationship (PIR)i support in the forthcoming Welsh Government mental health strategy.
This economic review was commissioned by Traumatic Stress Wales (TSW) and was carried out by members of the TSW Perinatal Workstream and the National Clinical Lead for Perinatal Mental Health with support from an independent health economist.
Becoming a parent can be a challenging time and some fathers find that their support needs aren't met. This study aims to increase the understanding of the emotional, physical and social changes that men encounter during this time.
Senedd Cymru’s Children, Young People & Education Committee (CYPE) inquiry into PNMH services across Wales.
NSPCC report on a project that explored perinatal mental health care in Wales and how this is experienced by women and their partners affected by perinatal mental health problems.
The study sought to gain an understanding of the extent of PMH provision in universal services across England, supplementing an annual audit of Specialist PMH services undertaken by the NHS Benchmarking Network for NHS England.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists report outlines the results of a survey of over 2300 women about their experiences of mental health problems during and after pregnancy.