Women’s Emotional Health Service (WEHS) is a programme that aims to provide personalised care when you are experiencing emotional issues or distress during difficult periods of your life in pregnancy, first postnatal year, foetal loss (miscarriages and/or stillbirths) and gynaecological cancer. The WEHS team provides integrated care management services through its collaboration between obstetricians, family physicians, gynaecology oncologists and community psychosocial service providers.
WEHS seeks to recognise and detect depression and other emotional distress to provide early intervention. Emotional distress has been shown to have a negative effect on mother and baby and on one’s recovery from physical illness. The earlier one seeks treatment, the better the treatment outcome will be!
When raising a child, parents usually go through a roller-coaster ride, which can be filled with dilemmas and conflicting emotions - contentment and resentment, joy and anxiety, and sometimes, even anger. How do you support your child's well-being and development? Learn how to allay your anxieties and be a confident and nurturing hands-on parent from our experts at Women's Emotional Health Service, through our latest series of parenting workshops.
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Payment by cheque or cash only. Cheque should be made payable to "National University Hospital (S) Pte Ltd" and sent to the following address:
Women's Emotional Health Service
Department of Psychological Medicine
National University Hospital
1E Kent Ridge Road
NUHS Tower Block, Level 9
* Registration is on first come first serve basis. Confirmation of registration will be made via email. Full payment must be made before the workshops to confirm registration. A 100% refund will be given if the workshop is cancelled. Refund will not be provided for registrants who did not attend the workshop(s).
For more information, please call 6772 2037 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.