The Hypnobirthing Mum

Hi, my name is Kerry and I run ‘The Hypnobirthing Mum’. I feel passionately about teaching hypnobirthing to expectant mothers and birth partners because I was once in your situation and I know how much value this technique can add to making birth a wonderful experience for mother, baby and partner.

Choosing someone to work with to support you in preparing for the birth of your baby is a decision that should be based on trust, confidence and respect, and ultimately you should feel safe working with that person. In order to tell you a bit more about myself, below I have highlighted some of the experience and qualifications I have so you can feel confident in my ability to help prepare you for your baby’s arrival.

Click here to meet Kerry Sutcliffe – The Hypnobirthing Mum


I have been there and done it – 3 times!

When I first heard about hypnobirthing I admit I was a bit sceptical although it didn’t take me long to sign up as if there was even a small chance of having a calm, positive and empowering birth then I didn’t want to risk missing out on this! I have had three wonderful births with my children – Hollie, Bethany and Jack – but also found the hypnobirthing techniques extremely useful during pregnancy and following birth. Hypnobirthing provided me with the knowledge, techniques and strategy that made me feel prepared and confident about going into labour and giving birth.

Experience & Qualifications

With a background in Psychology, Counselling and Mental Health, I have worked extensively with people living with a range of psychological concerns.

I have provided high-volume, low-intensity mental health interventions to people experiencing common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety using evidence-based principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. I have been lead coordinator at a GP surgery’s counselling team and providing integrative counselling to patients experiencing a diverse range of problems including relationship issues, self-esteem and confidence, mental health issues and bereavement. Within these roles I have experience of liaising and working with GPs, primary healthcare teams, voluntary organisations and have amassed 100’s of hours working directly with clients in either a group or individual setting.

I now work in the School of Medicine at a Sydney based university studying the impact of childbirth education on birthing outcomes for mums and babies. The psychological and physical health of new and expectant mums is now the primary focus of my work.

The most relevant qualifications I have obtained include:

  • Bsc (Hons) Psychology – undergraduate degree, University of Manchester, UK.
  • MPhil Psychology – postgraduate degree, University of Manchester, UK.
  • PgCert APIMH – Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Practice Interventions in Mental Health, University of Manchester, UK.
  • DipCouns – Diploma of Counselling (Integrative counselling), Bolton College, UK.
  • DipNLP – Diploma in Neuro Linguistic Programming, NLP Centre of Excellence, UK.
  • HPCE – HypnoBirthing Practitioner & Childbirth Educator, Hypnobirthing Australia™.

See why I feel so passionately about hypnobirthing along with details about the births of my three children.

Why I teach hypnobirthing – see my story of why I want to help other women have the truly amazing births that I experienced!

Baby #1 – Hollie – “I would have given birth again the same day!”


Baby #2 – Bethany – “I felt confident, excited and was looking forward to giving birth.”


Baby #3 – Jack – “I wouldn’t change anything about the three births I have experienced… each one taught me something about how amazing the female body is.”

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