MindMum App App when you need extra help with life’s ups and downs!

When You Need Extra Help

MindMum App

A FREE Smartphone app that provides effective coping strategies when you need extra help with life’s ups and downs!

MindMum App - When You Need Extra Help

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Being pregnant and having a baby are big life changes. As well as excitement and joy, it’s common to have mixed emotions: uncertainty, and even worry and sadness.

The MindMum App is designed to assist expectant and new mothers with the emotional challenges that this time of life often brings.

MindMum provides effective strategies to help you lift your mood, strengthen your relationships and feel supported and confident in becoming a mum.

MindMum is designed to assist expectant and new mothers with the emotional challenges that this time of life often brings. The app is full of ideas to help you to feel your best when you are pregnant or have just had a baby. It may help you to

  • hold on to the good things
  • feel better when you are sad or worried
  • track your mood
  • calm yourself with meditation and relaxation
  • make action plans
  • plan enjoyable moments with your baby, your partner, friends, or by yourself

We hope you find it useful.

What mums are saying about the MindMum App

“In a time when mind is foggy it isn’t always easy for me to come up with mood lifting ideas on my own.”

“I love how the app allows you to schedule mood lifting activities right into your calendar.”

“I love this app, and I am finding it very useful in coping with post natal depression.”

“I find all the suggestions very helpful.”

“This app really helped whenever I was feeling sad or worried”

MindMum is brought to you by the Perinatal Depression e-Consortium (PDeC). PDeC is led by the Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI), based at Austin Health, in partnership with Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA), Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health and Queensland University of Technology.

MindMum App - When You Need Extra Help

Let us know your thoughts on the MindMum App

We are interested in your feedback on the user journey and how easy the app is to navigate.

If you haven’t already, please download the MindMum app, check out the various modules and let us know your thoughts.

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