Masterclass speaker
Neurodivergent children

Infant harm related thoughts when your child is neurodivergent

About this class

Do you ever lose your sh*t with your kids and then feel guilty? You are not alone! We all feel mum rage sometimes. Mothers of neurodivergent children face specific challenges and therefore may be more likely to experience rage.

Mum rage refers to the intense feelings of anger, frustration, and overwhelm experienced by mothers, often triggered by the demands and stresses of parenting. In this masterclass, clinical psychologist, Dr Caroline Boyd helps you understand the psychological factors behind these feelings and provides support to help you cope with and manage them effectively. Experiencing anger as a mother is normal, but it’s essential to find healthy ways to cope with and manage these feelings for your well-being and the well-being of your family.

About the expert

Chartered clinical psychologist Dr Caroline Boyd has over 10 years’ experience working in the NHS and mental health settings, and she supports parents from pregnancy to childbirth and beyond. Caroline is the author of Mindful New Mum, and her published research explores mothers’ experiences of intrusive thoughts about their babies. Caroline is an Ambassador for UK perinatal mental health charity, PANDAS, and her work has been featured in You magazine, Grazia, and BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.

Caroline specialises in supporting parents around anger and anxiety in her independent psychology practice, Parent Therapy Hub. She shares psychology ideas on Instagram and in the media to help parents feel more connected – to themselves and their children – and less alone. You can reach Caroline at drcarolineboyd.com or via Instagram @_drboyd
Caroline offers anger courses for mothers:
https://drcarolineboyd.com/course-mum-rage
Caroline’s book, Mindful New Mum: A Mind-Body Approach to the Highs and Lows of Motherhood, is available to buy online Amazon, Waterstones or Bookshop

Lessons in this class

1 Lessons (1:22min)
0. Lesson - The video 1:22

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