Mothers in Mind
Mothers in Mind is a ten week group program run by Baptcare, where mothers can talk about parenting issues with other mums who have had similar experiences and build connections, learn helpful ways to cope with anger, worry and stress, increase confidence in parenting and attachment, and explore what helps children feel safe and secure.
During each session there are lots of opportunities to play with your child, and each week has a picture and story from the session that you can take home and keep. There is also lots of practical advice on how to take time and care for yourself.
Mothers in Mind workers will come and meet with you at home or in the community before you start your group so they can get to know you and your child or children and answer any questions you have. They will also check in with you after each session.
Baptcare run Mothers in Mind groups in the North and South of the state. If you are interested in joining the next group or know a mum who might like to attend, please call us and ask to speak with a Mothers in Mind facilitator.
Who this service is for
Mothers who have had traumatic experiences in their lives either as children or adults, such as family violence, childhood abuse, or sexual abuse, and who have a child or children under the age of four.
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Groups are held in accessible locations, and transport options can be discussed with the facilitators
How this service is delivered
Groups are held in different locations in the North and South of the state. Please contact us and ask to speak with a Mothers in Mind facilitator to find out about the next group.
Call or visit us online
Mothers in Mind facilitators are available by phone weekdays from 9am to 5pm
We'll come to you (outreach)
Mothers in Mind facilitators will visit you at home or in the community before you start your group, and can be contacted to talk about transport options to attend groups
Baptcare Moonah Hub
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