• Broadcaster and journalist Genelle Aldred has recently become an ambassador for Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity in the UK

  • For Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020, Genelle speaks to welldoing.org about her own experience of baby loss and therapy

  • We have therapists and counsellors who specialise in pregnancy, miscarriage, and issues related to infertility and post-natal health – find yours here

Genelle Aldred, previously a broadcaster and journalist for BBC, ITV and ITN, has recently become an ambassador for Sands, a leading UK stillbirth and neonatal death charity. Genelle lost her daughter Sade-Rose at 40 weeks and 10 days when Genelle was just 19-years old. 

In this interview with welldoing.org founder Louise Chunn, Genelle opens up about her experience of baby loss and the power of talking things through.

Find out more about Sands here

Further reading

Living with the loss of a baby: the impact on subsequent pregnancy and birth

Coping with the grief of recurrent miscarriage

How to talk to someone after a miscarriage

6 ways to heal after birth trauma

My story of baby loss, and how I now support others