COPE is committed to providing women and their families with high-quality information about antenatal mental health and has developed a series of information sheets and resources on antenatal mental health for women and their families.
All information contained in these resources are underpinned by the 2017 National Guideline. The Guideline relies on the latest evidence to recommend the most effective ways to identify, diagnose and treat mental health conditions that women may develop in pregnancy and the postnatal period.
Please click on a link to download an information sheet on the corresponding subject:
There is also a series of fact sheets for women and their families in the postnatal period.
If a woman in your care is expecting or has recently had a baby, she can also sign up to receive Ready to COPE‘s free emails about mental and emotional health throughout pregnancy and the first year of motherhood.
Check out our FAQ on Ready to COPE to learn more.
Postnatal mental health fact sheets – information for women and their families
Perinatal mental health fact sheets – information for health professionals