Welcome, I’m Nicholas - a registered Parent-Infant Psychotherapist and Counselling Psychologist specialising
in Perinatal Psychology
Who I am
I have been qualified as a Psychologist for 17 years and working and training in the NHS for 25 years. I specialise in supporting parents and carers with their mental health and their relationship with their infants in the perinatal period. This is from pregnancy through to birth and up until your child is two years old.
Perinatal Psychology and Parent-Infant Psychotherapy
I offer help for expectant parents, mothers, fathers and carers, be that individually, as a couple or together with your child. Becoming and being a parent can be challenging for many reasons. It can place a lot of strain on your relationships, bring back difficult childhood memories, prompt feelings of low mood and anxiety, or you may feel worried about your relationship with your baby. You might be concerned about your baby, for example if they seem to cry a lot, are hard to soothe or find it difficult to be apart from you. My experience in Perinatal Psychology and Parent-Infant Psychotherapy, means that I am able to support you through the challenges that you may face with your mental health and concerns you might have about your baby and your relationship with them.
I am a Registered Parent-Infant Psychotherapist with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and a Registered Counselling Psychologist with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).