How do we work

The essence of our work is to think globally and act locally on building a postnatal community. We are a platform of connecting the family’s search for helpers and a helper looking for a place to serve. Therefore we encourage to set up local networks in towns and villages which possess the knowledge of how to mother the mother. Please let us or your national co-ordinator know if you are interested in setting up a local network.

There are currently national co-ordinators active in some countries in Europe and South America.

Agnieszka Bera

Agnieszka Bera

Coordinator for Europe / Denmark

info@agnieszkabera.com

Ingrid Bal / Charankamal Kaur

Ingrid Bal / Charankamal Kaur

Coordinator for Netherlands

charankamalkaur@ingrid.bal.com

Ardas Kaur

Ardas Kaur

Coordinator for Germany

ardask@gmx.de

Patsy Steel / Sat Prakash Kaur

Patsy Steel / Sat Prakash Kaur

Coordinator for United Kingdom

satprakashk@gmail.com

Ines Vieira

Ines Vieira

Coordinator for Portugal

www.postnatalsupportnetwork.com  

Meritxell Benaiges

Meritxell Benaiges

Coordinator for Spain

meritxell.benaiges@gmail.com 

Celeste Torres Pastore / Guru Shabad Kaur

Celeste Torres Pastore / Guru Shabad Kaur

Coordinator for Argentina

gurushabadk@gmail.com 

Laurelene Chambovet

Laurelene Chambovet

Coordinator for France

laurelene.chambovet@gmail.com 

Sat Bachan Kaur

Sat Bachan Kaur

Coordinator for Chile

satbachankaur@gmail.com 

Celeste Greene Reyes

Celeste Greene Reyes

Coordinator for Mexico

www.postnatalsupportnetwork.com 

Hagar Lavi

Hagar Lavi

Coordinator for Israel

hagar.lavi@gmail.com 

The Postnatal Support Network (PSN) addresses the importance of a well-prepared and relaxing 40 day postnatal period. It is an international organisation with a non-medical and social network, informing families-to-be about this special and delicate time after birth.