SAPS22 – In this episode I chat with Mark Williams about Dads Mental Health, we talk about travelling abroad on holiday with toddlers and what to do when your kids keep interrupting you ALL the time.
Posted by: Sue Atkins
In this episode I chat with Mark Williams about Dads and Mental Health, we talk about travelling abroad on holiday with toddlers and what to do when your kids keep interrupting you ALL the time.
International Fathers Mental Health Day Founder Mark Williams is well known in the field of mental health awareness through his personal experience of panic attacks and postnatal depression following the traumatic birth of his son, a mental breakdown in 2011, living with ADHD and the extensive training he has undertaken. He also experienced the difficulty of trying to support his wife Michelle who suffered severe postnatal depression while being unwell himself.
Founder Of Dads Matter UK, Fathers Reaching Out and Owner of Reaching Out Perinatal Mental Health. Speaker and Inspirational father of the year 2012.
However, since 2011, Mark has spoken around the World. Mark is often seen on television and talking on radio in many countries to raise the profile of perinatal mental health faced by fathers and campaign for better support. He founded ‘Fathers Reaching Out’ in 2011 to raise awareness of the detrimental impact that PTSD following a traumatic birth and the resulting postnatal depression (PND) have on both fathers and families as a whole.
Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A
My secrets to parenting toddlers completely designed to help you become a more relaxed, positive and confident parent. My 24 week Positive Toddler System which comes out to you weekly so you don’t get overwhelmed – covering sleep, bedtimes, potty training to night terrors and fussy eaters so join my Parenting Club and get this really comprehensive resource instantly
Free ebook, The Positive Parent Daily Workout
Simply enter your details below to get your very own copy of “The Positive Parent Daily Workout” and learn tips and tricks to use every day with your own children.