Supporting Mums on their mothering journey with their own mental health.

Mums Uniting Mums – We are about empowering women to support themselves and other women on the mothering journey.

Each stage has it’s own difficulties and our groups help support mums to manage their emotions as they enter different stages of the mothering journey. 

We offer: 


Community Wellbeing Days 

Community Wellbeing Support 




MUMS uniting MUMS is about empowering women to support themselves and other women. Supporting each other on the mothering journey. Each stage has its on difficulties and our groups help support you to manage your emotions as you enter different stages of the mothering journey.

Below is our manifesto for the MUM group, this outlines our aims and policies, pleas click on the image below to download.

The need for our services

Aims for MUM Groups


For mums with children up the age of approximately 2 years. Creche available at the Crewe groups.

By the end of this 7 week course we go away with:

  • An awareness of coping strategies to manage  your anxiety and depression.

  • Techniques to help to build on self belief and self esteem Recognise the positive changes in yourself.

The 7 weeks will consist of:

1) Expectations versus reality of Motherhood

2) Parenting styles

3) Our support networks

4) Managing our emotions

5) Effects on our relationships

6) Increasing our self esteem

7) Meet our mentors


This group is for mums balancing work life balance or those thinking about going back to work but unsure how they will balance everything. We will also support you with looking for childcare and your rights as a mum when working

By the end of the 6 weeks you will leave with:

  • Coping strategies to provide you with a work/ life balance.

  • Understand the importance of self care

  •  Recognise the importance of a positive support networks

The 6 weeks course will focus on:

 1) Introductions/ expectations of the group

2) Bullet journalling

3) Managing our emotions

4) Support networks

5) Effects on our relationships

6) Relaxations techniques

7) Meet our mentors

Whatever stage of the mothering journey you are at, we are here to support you, don’t suffer in silence.

Email or call our referral hotline on 01606 557666.

Additional Support services..

Motherwell Wellbeing Hub

Are you pregnant, a new mum or dad?

Do you feel like you are struggling and have lots of worries?

Are you feeling overwhelmed?

The Motherwell Wellbeing Hub can help.  If you are experiencing difficulties directly arising from, or related to, the maternity experience, we are able to signpost you to both practical and emotional support you need.  

We can also here to help with providing assistance to help you in managing your anxiety and low mood in a safe and supportive environment. 

No waiting list – appointment within a week!

REMEMBER, every parent needs a little help from time to time!

Please contact Debbie if you are pregnant or have a baby under 2 years.


TXT: 07496160939

Postnatal WellBeing Plan.

Do you want to sign up to work through your own personal Postnatal Wellbeing Plan?
This is online, but with your own workbook to plan your very own Postnatal plan, which we will send you in the post. It can be worked through at your leisure.
This is ideal for anyone pregnant or with a baby up to 3 month’s.
Please email to sign up.

Referral Criteria – Area Remit

Counselling – Crewe and Winsford (CW1, CW2 and CW7)

New Life and Me – open to Crewe, Winsford and surrounding areas (see below)

Mentoring – Crewe and Winsford

Surrounding areas:

Crewe (surrounding areas) – Nantwich, CW5; Sandbach, CW11; Middlewich, CW10; Tarporley, CW6.   

Winsford (surrounding areas) – Northwich, CW8 & CW9; Middlewich, CW10; Tarporley, CW6.     

Please use the link below to download our service provisions leaflet.

MUM Ambassador

Jasmine – New Life and ME

Back in 2015 I welcomed my first beautiful little girl into this world. I was only 18 and just like any new mum, didn’t know what to expect from motherhood. I suffered from post natal depression which, unfortunately, went undiagnosed. I struggled through and got myself on a good path, I started college doing childcare and got pregnant with my second beautiful little girl who I welcomed into the world in 2018. Postnatal depression hit me again, but luckily this time I had the wonderful help of my health visitor who recommended and referred me to Motherwell’s new life and me course. I am so grateful that she did, the course changed my outlook on not only motherhood, but life as well. I was going through a tough breakup with the father of my girls, I was not only adjusting to life as a single mum, but to a life I had never imagined leading. I went from having someone I could rely on for help when I was feeling low, to having to do it completely alone. A household that went from always being full, to having time on my own when the girls were with their dad. I didn’t know what to do or how to cope. Attending the course allowed me to talk and discuss all the emotions I was going through. I realised that how I was feeling was normal, and that it was ok to feel how I did. Talking to the ladies that ran the course along with the other mothers who attended was an incredible help. I went from feeling helpless, to feeling like I could achieve anything. Since doing the course, I have applied to go to university to become a primary school teacher. I have managed to mend broken relationships with family and the father of my children, and overall I am in much better place mentally, and I know I could not have got to this point without the help of Motherwell.

We have a page dedicated to the MUM group over on Facebook, please use the link below.

Self esteem improvement

+4.2 increase in Wemwbs scores