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Sharon Mills: Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist

Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist

Sharon offers emotional support in-office or via Skype.  She holds a masters degree in Cognitive Behavoural Therapy and advanced diploma in therapeutic counseling and various other qualifications.

Evidence Based Birth

Your trusted non-biased source for the most current evidence based information on pregnancy & childbirth. 

Postpartum Support International

The mission of Postpartum Support International is to promote awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide.

It is the vision of PSI that every woman and family worldwide will have access to information, social support, and informed professional care to deal with mental health issues related to childbearing. PSI promotes this vision through advocacy and collaboration, and by educating and training the professional community and the public.

La Leche Leage International

Breastfeeding Support

Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.

Improving Birth

Our mission is to bring respectful, evidence-based care to childbirth.

Evidence-based care is based on the highest quality, most current medical evidence, tailored to the individual. We believe that women can make safer, more informed decisions about their care and that of their babies when they are given full and accurate information about their care options, including the potential harms, benefits, and alternatives.


Respectful care in childbirth acknowledges the humanity of the woman giving birth, her autonomy and her fundamental right to make decisions about her body and her baby. We believe that childbearing women, like all human beings, should be treated with dignity, respect, and compassion. Respectful care is essential to minimizing emotional trauma to women at a vulnerable time in their lives.

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Passage Parents

Parenting is a journey, a passage that begins with our own experience of being parented, and is marked by the various transitional stages in our experience of parenting our children. Whether we are conscious of this process or not, from babe in arms to leaving home our children’s needs change and grow. The journey can be gentle or tempestuous, and as parents we can feel a little lost at times. But we weren’t supposed to do this alone as the proverb says ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. Passage, parent support group aims to provide a community for parents on this journey.

Passage is a parent support group and social network for parents and professionals related to the field of education, health and children’s social development in Luxembourg. The group is run voluntarily by parents for parents with the support of practitioners with relevant experience.


Initiativ Liewensufank

The aim of the Initiativ Liewensufank is to improve circumstances in which women give birth by providing prospective and new parents with information and support

Kanner Jugend Telefon

You can contact a Kanner-Jugendtelefon counsellor anonymously via voice call or via mail if preferred.


Parents, grandparents, step-parents and carers contact us, because they wonder if their worries are justified, or if their child’s behaviour is really of concern. Others have children struggling to get the help that they need, or need coping strategies to manage their child’s behaviour.  Many parents feel guilty, they feel that child’s problems are their fault.

For all those difficulties and questions, adults can contacts us via our Online Help.

Online Help is a service aiming to support parents and carers of children by providing direct access to experienced and trained counsellors

La Leche League Luxembourg

Anyone who is interested in breastfeeding is welcome at our Group meetings where she will be offered information, suggestions and support by qualified Group Leaders. These meetings also provide the chance to exchange ideas and experiences with other mothers.

Our Leaders are on hand to offer you suggestions at any time, either by phone, email or in person.

Association Luxembourgeouise des Sages-Femmes

In Luxembourg, the midwives under the "Association de Luxembourgeouise de Sages-Femmes" offer pre/postnatal care, predominantly covered through the CNS.

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