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Thank you

Thank you for taking part in our research and being part of #TeamNCMH.

Without people generously giving their time to share their experiences, we wouldn’t be able to do the important work we are doing to improve understanding of the impact of life experiences on maternal wellbeing & mental health.

The questions covered some emotional topics and we understand that they can sometimes bring up difficult memories or feelings such as sadness or anger. The information below may be helpful if you feel the need for additional support.

  • If you are worried about how you are feeling, and at immediate risk, please call 999.
  • If you are worried and need to talk to somebody, we recommend that you get in touch with your GP surgery. They will be available both during office hours and evenings and weekends through the out-of-hours service.
  • If you are under the care of a community mental health team or a crisis team, we recommend that you contact them.
  • The following organisations offer free listening, emotional support and information services:

If you are not in immediate danger, you can visit the NHS website, or call one of the following helplines. 

Pregnancy and parenting support

Support for parents whose babies are born with health complications, stillborn, or who are lost prior to birth.

Thank you once again for taking part in the research, your contribution is invaluable.

Stay in touch

We would love to stay in touch and ultimately build a community of engaged individuals across Wales and beyond to fly the flag for mental health research and help us challenge stigma and misunderstanding. There are a variety of ways you can help us do this, including:


Clic provides people in Wales with a mental illness and their carers with a safe and secure place online to support each other, share experiences and build new relationships. The site also signposts to useful information, contacts, resources and local services. Visit to sign up.

NCMH Resources

We also have a number of resources you may find useful.


National Centre for Mental Health, Cardiff University, Hadyn Ellis Building, Maindy Road, Cardiff, CF24 4HQ

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