Dr Rima Lamba

Rima is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist who specialises in maternal mental health and well-being. She has a special interest in exploring how women’s mental health, reproductive, racial and cultural histories intersect and impact identity, experiences and relationships in the perinatal period. She sees individuals and couples presenting with a range of issues including postnatal depression and anxiety, birth trauma and adjustment to pregnancy and parenthood. She is particularly skilled in thinking about resources, support networks and transitions and how these may be negatively impacted for those living away from their country of origin.

Dr Rose Spencer

Rose has over a decade of experience of working with adults, children and their families. Alongside her research and private practice, Rose works as a Perinatal Psychologist in the NHS in a mother and baby inpatient unit and community service. She has experience of working with parents with a range of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, psychosis, OCD and trauma. Rose has a specialist interest in attachment and perinatal mental health and working with families therapeutically to enhance the emotional wellbeing of parents and infants.

Dr Helena Belgrave

Helena is a chartered counselling psychologist who specialises in perinatal issues. Alongside her work in the NHS in Tower Hamlets and Newham, where her role included perinatal assessments and therapy with mothers and mothers-to-be, Helena has always run her own private practice in South East London where she sees clients with perinatal concerns. Her perinatal work in the NHS has included working in primary and community care, as well as with women requiring longer term therapeutic support.