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Postnatal Support Group

Postpartum Rallyng - therapy group for postnatal mothers

This group is a place for postnatal mothers to talk about the journey to motherhood as well as the isolation and disconnection from one's prior self that many mothers experience.

It is a safe place to connect to other new moms while learning to reconnect to aspects of one’s identity that feel lost, as well as to build and grow. It is a place to be comfortable with the reality of motherhood. The focus of our support group is encouraging real and sustainable self-care practices to support the complexity of women’s life. We offer a warm and inviting space to share stories and the group moderator provides immediate emotional support to navigate real motherhood experiences.


Members are welcome to continue in the group beyond 8 weeks for as long as they would like.

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Our program

Our program is based on the Maori well-being model Te Whare Tapa Whā focused on four dimensions of human life. The topics we discuss are motherhood identity; motherhood emotions like shame, anger, loneliness, anxiety; well-being; self-care system; mindfulness; narrative practices, etc.


During our sessions, you’ll have the chance to talk, listen, discover coping techniques, and develop a mindfulness practice – all with the support of other mums just like you. It’s free to join – just contact us to register. There is no need for referrals from GP's or midwives, self referrals are welcomed.


“Motherhood is the biggest gamble in the world. It is the glorious life force. It’s huge and scary—it’s an act of infinite optimism.” —Gilda Radner


Weekly ongoing therapy group for new mothers.


We meet every Tuesday from 1pm to 3 pm. If you are registered with the group, you will receive in advance the invitation and all the needed instructions.

The minimal commitment of 8 weeks. The group is small – up to 10 people and is open to new participants at the end of every cycle.

There is no need for a referral from your GP or midwfe. We accept self-referrals. Just write us at or register on our contact page.

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