Pregnancy to Parenthood

A service for the whole family

Strengthening early relationships between parents and their babies to build lifelong health and well being

Our Services

How to get help with P2P

If you are pregnant or a new parent and find yourself experiencing emotional difficulties, please contact us on 0477 829 593 or and we will be in touch to see how we can help.

About us

An Early Intervention Service for Families

P2P provides a free counselling service for families experiencing emotional challenges during pregnancy and early parenthood (pregnancy to 2 years).

We help parents feel less emotionally overwhelmed and support them to be confident in their parenting and responsive to their baby in through everyday parenting opportunities.

Our Services

How we help

Build stronger families

We are a clinical community service dedicated to early relational health and improving the lives of parents and babies who are struggling emotionally during the transition to parenthood.

Supporting new parents & caregivers

Parents and their baby can attend weekly one-hour sessions, ranging from 20 to 40 sessions depending on the individual needs of each family.

Professional Training

P2P is the only centre of its kind in Australia and provides specialised training through clinical placements for students and practitioners from a variety of disciplines.

How to get help with P2P

Get involved

Our team are ready to support parents to be responsive, sensitive, and nurturing to their baby in their everyday parenting. Get in touch today to start your journey.

Our most frequently asked questions

We are sure that you will have questions. Take a look at our most frequently asked questions or Get in Touch to learn more.

Any family experiencing emotional struggles during pregnancy and the first 2 years of life

Services are free for families

No, you can self-refer by contacting us on (phone number and email address), however we also accept referrals from health professionals supporting you and your family.

We understand the unique challenges of becoming a parent and provide a multigenerational approach by supporting parents and their babies during pregnancy and the early years