How Nia Ellis fought post natal depression

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 3 September 2015

19 mins

Nia Ellis bravely dealt with post natal depression after giving birth to her second child.

Hear her talk about how she recognised the symptoms and how she received help from her family and GP.

If you're struggling with PND and not feeling like your normal self, it's ok to ask for help.

Head to the COPE (Centre for Perinatal Excellence) website for resources and more information.

GUEST: Nia Ellis

WEBSITE: COPE - Postnatal Mental Health Conditions

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