Dr Caroline Boyd

One in two mums report having thoughts of harming their baby, either by accident or intentionally. If you are having or have had those thoughts, your are not alone. And remember: they don’t make you a bad mum.

In this podcast, also available in video, Dr Caroline Boyd talks about Infant Harm Thoughts. This podcast is for soon-to-be parents and for parents of young babies.

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