Referrers Survey for Parent Infant Mental Health Service (PIMHS)

Closed 24 Jul 2016

Opened 29 Jun 2016


The Parent Infant Mental Health Service (PIMHS)  works with parents expecting a baby or with a baby up to the age of one year, who are experiencing difficulties in developing positive relationships with their baby.  Parents are offered one to one therapy or baby massage groups delivered in their home, children’s centres or health clinics across Surrey.

Surrey County Council are carrying out a service review to understand if the PIMHS Service is performing well, meets people’s needs and is well integrated in the health and social care system.

You are not obligated to complete this survey, but we would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire about your experience of referring families to the PIMHS Service by 18 July.


The information will be used to help us improve our services. If you have any questions, please contact



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