It can feel difficult to know how to move forward when you’ve experienced challenges or losses on the way to becoming a parent. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to put the things that have happened in their rightful place. Leaving you feeling stuck, isolated and unsure what to do next.
I am here to listen and support so you can move forward in a way that is right for you.
I know you want to feel able to move forward in your life after difficult experiences. In order to do that you need a safe place to process what has happened.
You may be battling with infertility, grieving after pregnancy loss, or be reeling from a difficult birth.
Perhaps you are concerned about bonding with your baby or reflecting on your own childhood experiences as you transition to parenthood.
Therapy with me is a safe space to explore all these things and work out the best way forward in your life.
You shouldn't have to struggle alone with grief and trauma after a miscarriage or stillbirth. I provide specialist psychological therapy, helping you make sense of your loss, process the trauma and grief, and move towards a life with meaning.Learn More
It is not okay to be lost under the weight of postnatal depression or anxiety. This wasn't how you imagined early parenthood would feel. I understand the challenges you are facing. Psychological therapy can give you a space to make sense of the anxiety or depression and help you reconnect with yourself and the things that matter.Learn More
You shouldn't be left feeling upset when you think about your birth experience. It wasn't your fault and it wasn't because you didn't try hard enough. I provide birth trauma therapy to help you make sense of what happened, process the traumatic events, and feel safe and connected again.Learn More
I’m Dr Miriam Inder, a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist specialising in helping people in the perinatal period. Supporting women who are hoping to be mothers, preparing to be mothers or are mothers already.
I started Better Beginnings after experiencing challenges on my own journey to motherhood. It made me reflect on how hard this period can be. Fortunately, I had a group of friends who were there to support me. But if I felt like this, with my psychologist training, how were other parents coping?
I became passionate about using my expertise as a Perinatal Clinical Psychologist to make a positive difference to other mother’s early parenthood experiences.
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Knowing we are the right fit, we meet online and begin by creating a shared understanding and treatment plan.Read FAQs
Together we will work through your difficulties using psychological therapy to help you move toward the life you want.More Resources