Preparing for

Antenatal & Postnatal
sessions 2022

You are growing a new little human and soon you will be bringing them home. It is an exciting and nerve-wracking time. Whether this is your first baby or your third, we’d love to help you learn some of the practical skills that will help you navigate the early days after your baby is born.

This 9 week program is delivered in two series with 5 antenatal sessions (also available as one full-day session) and 4 postnatal sessions covering topics such as communicating within your relationship, taking good care of yourself and practical skills to care for baby. The workshop series is not a replacement for your hospital antenatal classes, it is designed to complement them.

“Helena went to all the ante-natal classes she was offered.

She wrote lots of lists. There was nothing she did not know about giving birth. In the event, she was heavily sedated and missed most of it.

There are no classes at all about what to do next.” ¬ Hazeley & Morris, 2017

Don’t be Helena, come and see us 😊

Reference: Hazely, J.A & Morris, J. P (2017). ‘How it works’ The Baby. Ladybird Books Ltd. Loughborough


TUESDAYS 6PM – 8PM for 5 weeks

26th July to 23rd august 



20th August


TUESDAYS 6PM – 8PM for 4 weeks

7th June – 28th June or 30th August – 20th September

(you choose the dates that suit after baby arrives)

Venue: Gosnells Community Lotteries House

2232c Albany Hwy (Downstairs Meeting Room) GOSNELLS WA 6110

Full Antenatal & Postnatal course:

INDIVIDUALS – $85 Standard / $55 Conc.

COUPLES – $150 Standard / $90 Conc.

Antenatal sessions only

INDIVIDUALS – $55 Standard / $35 Conc.

COUPLES – $90 Standard / $50 Conc.

Postnatal sessions only

INDIVIDUALS – $55 Standard / $35 Conc.

COUPLES – $90 Standard / $50 Conc.

If experiencing genuine financial hardship, contact 9490 2258 today.

About Us

The WA Centre for Perinatal Mental Health and Parenting Support (WACPPS) provides care for the mental health of women and families in Western Australia from the time of conception, during pregnancy and in the first four years of parenting and beyond.

WACPPS has specialised in parenting, perinatal and infant mental health for over 30 years, originating within Gosnell’s Womans Health Services.

We believe in the value of working closely with other health professionals to provide the best possible care for our clients. Perinatal mental health impacts over 5000 women per year in Western Australia.

WA Centre for Perinatal Mental Health and Parenting Support offers in person, telephone and video counselling.

For more information or to view our other services, visit our website