This book uses the five areas model of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to address the challenges faced by women during times of low mood after having a baby.
An easy to read, practical guide for women suffering from postnatal depression and their partners and families. This includes some personal accounts from sufferers and ex sufferers.
After the birth of her son Lara was diagnosed with postnatal depression. In this book she shares her own experiences with the condition and the treatments she underwent.
This books explores the 'paradox of new motherhood'; that is that the happiness of having a much wanted new baby also co-exists with loss (loss of sleep, loss of independence, loss of identity etc.).
This book provides a wealth of information aimed specifically at partners of women who have recently given birth.
Brooke Shields shares her own very personal story in this memoir, documenting her initial struggles with conceiving, followed by postnatal depression illness.
This book discusses depression within the context of women's health across the childbearing years, rather than focusing only on postnatal depression.