Resource Hub

Discover a wealth of resources designed to help you support women and families impacted by perinatal mental health problems. Whether you work in healthcare, local or national government we hope you find what you need.

We are in the process of updating the Hub, so if you have a resource to add or think something is missing, please email info@maternalmentalhealthalliance.org.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Leaders Top Tips 6 - Making change happen : Leadership, improvement and how to make a difference

MMHA Pdf, 393.2kb

Published: January 2016

The MABIM Leaders’ Programme brings together leaders from a wide range of different services and professional backgrounds to: • Learn from leading experts in policy, research and practice, • Be inspired by those who are making a real difference to women’s lives, • Talk to women with lived experience and hear their views, • Meet and share experiences with peers from other areas, and • Share learning and develop new solutions to difficult challenges. There are 7 masterclasses on different themes, with a top tips document from each, to share the insights and ideas with a wider audience.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Lindsay Robinson's Story

MMHA Pdf, 1.7mb

Published: January 2016

By Lindsay Robinson, mum, campaigner and advocate for maternal mental health. Lindsay is mum to Reuben and lives and works in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is dedicated to raising awareness of perinatal mental health and helping to improve support for all who struggle. She works with the Maternal Mental Health Alliance.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Normalising paternal mental illness

MMHA Pdf, 906.3kb

Published: January 2016

Blog by Louis Dunn from Bluebell Care where he describes his experiences of perinatal mental illness and how people with lived experience can help to ‘normalise’ mental illness.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Pathway Assessment Tool

MMHA Xlsx, 98.3kb

Published: October 2018

This is a tool to help local partners rate their local offer against national standards to identify strengths and gaps where more work is needed. The tool has seven themed worksheets, which each set out key standards for perinatal mental health services and pathways that should ideally exist in each local area.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Physical and mental health in the postnatal period

MMHA Pdf, 650.1kb

Published: January 2016

Women's Health Physiotherapist Emma Brockwell writes about the links between physical and mental health in the postnatal period.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Priority setting in local services with use ofthe Pathway Assessment Tool

MMHA Pdf, 783.8kb

Published: January 2016

Blog by Julia Thompson, Health Improvement Principal in the Children's Public Health team at Sheffield City Council. Sheffield has been working hard to improve support for women experiencing mental health problems during the perinatal period through better coordinated treatment and support.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Putting fathers in the picture

MMHA Pdf, 1.4mb

Published: January 2016

Blog by Sharin Baldwin, trained nurse, midwife and health visitor. Her research interest is the mental health and wellbeing of fathers, an area that is fairly neglected.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Reflections from the World Association of Infant Mental Health Congress

MMHA Pdf, 1.1mb

Published: January 2016

Sally Hogg, Strategic Lead for Mums and Babies in Mind, shares some of the key themes from the 2018 World Association of Infant Mental Health Congress.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Six tips for the Perinatal Mental HealthDevelopment Fund

MMHA Pdf, 769.0kb

Published: January 2016

Dr Alain Gregoire, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Lead for Mums and Babies in Mind, writes from 2016 about the NHSE perinatal mental health community fund.

Mothers And Babies In Mind (MABIM) - Standing on the shoulders of giants

MMHA Pdf, 1.8mb

Published: January 2016

Sally Hogg, MABIM Strategic Lead, writes in 2016 about the 20 areas of the UK that will be receiving the first phase of specialist perinatal mental health development funding.

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