Birth and Beyond

Sarah Wheatley is a BACP registered counsellor and mother, who set up Birth and Beyond to support mothers and their babies. Sarah is experienced at working with women in the perinatal period, through Counselling, Video Interaction Guidance and Newborn observations. She works closely with Juno Perinatal Mental Health Support, and offers support both online and face to face.


Sarah works with women at various stages of motherhood, from preconception onwards. Previous clients have described working with her as ‘life changing’ and ‘a breath of fresh air’, and have valued her gentle perspective and insight. If you would like to know more about counselling, or other therapies that might support you as a mother, then please do get in touch.

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As well as working with the Scottish Government playtalkread campaign, Sarah has spoken on Radio 4 Women’s Hour, talking about Perinatal Anxiety, and has appeared on local TV. As well as her own blog, she writes for various sites about motherhood, including  The Every Mum MovementHave You Seen That Girl and Selfish Mother.

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