We founded the Nurture Hub with the aim of offering support to families in our local community, helping them to live well at every life-stage, from family planning to pregnancy and beyond.
We were inspired to create an organisation that made it easy for women and families to access mental health support, at a time when they often feel most isolated and alone.
The Nurture Hub offers courses and one to one sessions to provide you with all of the support you will need during family planning, pregnancy, postnatally and onwards.
We aim to grow as our families grow and will develop further courses and classes in response to your changing needs and milestones.
Chanelle is a South London local and mother to three young children. She has an MSC in the Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health, a certificate in humanistic counselling, an ITEC massage therapist qualification and is KHG qualified to teach hypnobirthing (ratified by the Royal College of Midwives).
Chanelle’s postgraduate research concerns the impact of mental health diagnosis on families and childhood autism. She currently works as an assistant psychologist in mental health crisis care for the NHS, as well as being a founding member of the nurture hub.
“My special interest is the mental health of families from pregnancy onwards. My role within Nurture Hub is to offer specialised support for couples recovering from birth trauma or experiencing stress or fear during pregnancy for a variety of reasons”.
Miriam is a counsellor (MNCS Accred) and certified yoga instructor, with a specialist interest in ante- and post-natal mental health and wellbeing. Miriam holds an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Counselling, a Diploma in Integrative Counselling, a Certificate in Humanistic Counselling, QCF Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga and Level 3 Award in Adapting Exercise for Ante- and Post-Natal Clients.
Miriam spent a decade working in journalism, PR and charity campaigning before making the leap towards her vocation to support women when they most need it and are most often overlooked – which led ultimately to the Nurture Hub.
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