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More than 6,300 medical specialists are accredited to practice at St John of God Health Care facilities, covering a wide range of specialties.
Time to destigmatise having scary thoughts about harming your baby
If you’re a new mum and you’ve had disturbing thoughts about harming your baby, you’re not alone.
Talking about perinatal loss on National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day
Janet Foggin at Raphael Services – St John of God’s perinatal support service – encourages grieving parents to name and talk about their baby on National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
Student placements bring big benefits to community mental health
Students on placement in workplaces not only gain confidence in their practical skills, they also bring a range of learned experience and new perspectives. Below we explore how some of our community mental health services – and ultimately clients - benefit from this two-way street.
‘By mums for mums’: postnatal arts group breaks new ground
In a first for WA, and possibly Australia, St John of God Raphael Services is this month launching a support group for new mums experiencing postnatal depression and/or anxiety, facilitated by a mum who has been there herself and using creative methods for self-expression.
Is there a link between body image and self-compassion among new mums?
This is the question doctors Zara Zia and Min Loo are exploring as they present at the Marce Society and Helen Mayo House Joint Perinatal Mental Health Conference in Adelaide this week.
A bright future ahead for young mum, Lillian
Lillian was 17 years old and facing homelessness in the lead up to the birth of her baby boy in August 2022. Today she’s forging a new path and the future is looking bright.