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We also provide a range of group sessions.

We know that the perinatal period can be an isolating time for many. Our vision with our groups is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space to connect with other like-minded mothers.

We provide a range of mother’s support group sessions including the “Circle of Motherhood” for mother’s in the perinatal period. Our Circle of Motherhood group is a therapeutically structured group with a focus on attachment and relational frameworks. We know that the perinatal period can be an isolating time for many, so our vision with our therapeutic support groups is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space to connect with other like-minded mothers

We also hold monthly Floriful Workshops- combining floristry, mindfulness and self-care group for women at any stage of life


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Circle of Motherhood Group

You are invited to come connect with like-minded Mummas in a safe and nonjudgemental space as we navigate the journey of early motherhood.


Our group will be informed by attachment theory and is focused on exploring the transitions, adjustments, emotions and challenges that being pregnant and having an infant brings. Additionally we will be focusing on strengthening and exploring relationships (with others, yourself and your baby), to facilitate a supportive and positive parenting experience. 


The group will be facilitated by Clinical Psychologist Cassie Osborne– both is passionate about working with Mum’s at this stage of life and supporting them in developing an enjoyable parent-infant relationship.


Some of the topics and themes include:


  •  Self compassion/relationship with self

  •  Looking after mum and discovering your own parenting strengths

  •  Expectations in parenting and the role of internal dialogue and the past influences

  •  The couple relationship and transitions in parenthood

  •  Changes to the relationship with our village and how we navigate these

  •  Interacting with baby and understanding baby’s internal world


Who can attend:

The group has limited spaces and is open to pregnant Mum’s and Mum’s with babies up to 12 months.


There is no out of pocket cost with mental health care plan referral.


When: Each term for 6 x weekly sessions


If this sounds like something you might be interested in please email for more information.



Floriful Groups


Floriful Workshops


Welcome to the Floriful Workshop: Combining Floristry, Mindfulness and Self-Care

Join us for a morning of creativity, relaxation and nurturing at our in-person event at the Perinatal Child and Family Hub.

Discover the therapeutic benefits of working with flowers. Flowers elicit joy and positivity, and flower arranging can encourage mindfulness and relaxation, as well as serving as a physical reminder of these feelings, which is at the heart of the Floriful Worshops. The workshop is not about creating “perfect” works of floral art, it’s about showing up “imperfectly” and using flowers to connect with your inner creativity, connect with yourself, connect with others and most importantly focus on nurturing yourself. Then you get to take home your creation, as a little reminder to look after you.

Here at the Perinatal Child and Family Hub we are passionate about supporting people along the range of development and life stages from Perinatal (preconception, pregnancy, birth and postnatal), through to supporting parents of older children, adolescents and young adults. We know that women in particular, often don’t take the time to look after themselves, and tend not to talk about “How they really feel”, or carve out time to nurture themselves. So, we wanted to create a workshop for like-minded women at whatever stage they are at, to create an opportunity to connect socially in a safe and non-judgmental space, and to focus on exploring self-care, values, strengths, self-compassion and mindfulness through simple flower arranging.

The workshop will be facilitated by Clinical Psychologist Carla Anderson who has many years experience supporting women, and is studying a Certificate III in Floristry.


Who can attend:
The group will have limited spots available around 6-8, and is open to women over the age of 18 years. Unfortunately, infants and children are not able to attend.


What’s included:
• A hands-on flower arranging activity where you get to take home your creation
• All resources required are supplied
• Invaluable time to nurture you!


Cost: $100 per workshop. Includes supply of materials

When: Monday 25th March
(Last Monday of the month ongoing 9:30am-11am)


Bookings: Bookings are essential, call 0449113511 to book and pay over the phone or email


Each workshop is limited to a small number of participants, and may book out quickly. To avoid disappointment, we encourage you to book early. Once you have purchased your booking that secures your place. All bookings are non-refundable.

Parking: There is parking available in the complex and on the street. It can be difficult sometimes to find a park so please allow some time.

Come and nourish your mind, and soul with us! 

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