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Accessing Support on a Neonatal Unit

Published 16th May 2021

Accessing Support on a Neonatal Unit

As it’s nearing the end of Mental Health Awareness Week, we wanted to share this video produced by Bliss where a Clinical Neonatal Psychologist discusses how to access support when you’re on a neonatal unit. Dr Ruth Hunter, Clinical Psychologist at St George’s neonatal unit speaks about the variety of help and support that can be on offer, and the role that charities (including small local charities such as The EBA) can also play in supporting the emotional well-being of families.
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