If you are experiencing issues that are affecting your happiness, peace of mind or emotional wellness or which are creating barriers to you achieving your day to day goals, we are here to help.
We are building a network of therapists that can treat a wide range of mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress, OCD, eating disorders, health anxiety, women’s health issues, post-natal depression and sleeping problems.
We know that fertility problems can cause immense psychological distress. Juno is here to support you with the mental and emotional health challenges related to the stress, pain and raw emotion that infertility can bring. Around 1 in 7 couples have difficulty conceiving, which is approximately 3.5 million people in the UK and available data indicate that more than 50 million couples worldwide experience infertility. This can have a significant impact on mental health, and we want to support you at this difficult time. Infertility can be such a lonely and difficult experience and we’re here for you for as long as you need.
We’re also here to support you with your mental health during and after pregnancy. Globally, maternal mental illness is the most common serious health complication of pregnancy and if untreated it can have a devastating impact on women and their families.
Perinatal mental health refers to a woman’s mental health during pregnancy and after birth. This includes mental illness existing before pregnancy, as well as illnesses that develop during pregnancy or which are greatly exacerbated in the perinatal period (after giving birth).
Pregnant or just had a baby? You will have a lot of changes and adjustments to face which is why we believe you can benefit from our services for at least 2 years after you give birth.
We also recognise that menopause can seriously affect your mental health. Approaching middle age often brings increased stress, anxiety, and fear… Hot flashes, sweating, and other symptoms of menopause may cause disruptions to your everyday life. There may also be emotional changes, such as worries about getting older, losing family members, changes to your career or children leaving home.
A study by the British Menopause Society found that almost 50% of menopausal women felt unable to discuss their symptoms or feelings.
We understand that the menopause can affect every part of a woman’s life and that for some women it’s hard to manage – so if you need support, we’re here for you!
Regardless of the cause of your challenges, we want you to use Juno at any time and for as long as you want to.