Your guide through
the parenting journey
With Dr Emma Svanberg & The Psychology Collective
Pregnancy, birth and parenthood…. It’s hard to make the choices that feel right for you.
I’m here to help.
Together with a collective of specialist psychologists, I provide non-judgemental support to help you explore the difficulties you’re facing. Wherever you are on the parenting journey, I help you find confidence as a person as well as a parent.
Glad to have you here. I’m Emma Svanberg, an award-winning Clinical Psychologist, working with parents, parents-to-be and professionals. Throughout your pregnancy, birth or parenting journey, I can offer in person and online support, you’re welcome to join one of my communities or have a look at a course. I also offer bespoke advice, teaching and training to professionals, write and campaign on issues related to perinatal mental health and parenting, and speak at events, workshops and panels.
I work with a collective of other highly experienced psychologists to provide a whole-family, evidence-based service to you as a parent, a professional or a collaborator.
Whatever has brought you here, welcome!
Clinical psychologist, writer, speaker & campaigner
Dr Emma Svanberg aka The Mumologist
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What I offer…
FOR PARENTS & PARENTS-TO-BE
FOR PROFESSIONALS & COLLABORATORS
Speaking & Teaching
Writing & Press
What’s the Psychology
We are a collective of warm, vibrant, experienced psychologists who- together- offer accessible, high quality and whole-family support.
Recent blog posts
Last week saw the V for village campaign, celebrating the support which can be available on social media especially for new parents. I was blown away by the response and continue to be awed by the show of solidarity.But questions were also raised...
Three days into the V is for Village campaign and it's been heartwarming (and also a little surprising!) to see how far it's spread. We started at 8am on Monday morning, spreading peace signs all over Instagram. I'm writing this 48 hours later, and...
When my daughter was about 2, she asked me why I was shaving my legs.. Like many other women, this was something that I had never questioned. I hit puberty, I grew hair on my body, and then I spent the next twenty odd years spending my time and...