Here to help you and your baby thrive


Possums Mums Corrimal

Do you have a 0-6 month old?

Are you interested in learning more about Possums and

Neuroprotective Developmental Care?

Would you like to connect with other like-minded local mums?

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Join us for a small format, supportive, non-judgemental Mothers Group where we will talk feeding, normal infant sleep, maternal mental health, the transition to motherhood and all things in between!


When: Every second Friday 10:45-12am for three sessions

Where: Corrimal Community Centre

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My purpose is to create a comfortable and safe space for parents to seek guidance and support in line with their values and goals in the challenging world of parenthood.

I recognise and appreciate the diversity of families, and am committed to providing inclusive services that meet the needs of each family.

- Dr Hayley Glasson

Here to help

you and your baby thrive

Welcoming a new baby into the family is a time of great joy, but it is also a steep learning curve which may come with many unforeseen challenges. When emotions are running high, common issues such as establishing breastfeeding, infant sleep and cry-fuss behaviour can be extremely difficult.

There are many myths and misconceptions regarding the ‘fourth trimester’. Parents often hear advice that is outdated, contradictory and biased. This can result in confusion, anxiety and stress for parents and their families. Knowing what is ‘normal’ infant behaviour, and where to find appropriate help and support, is essential in getting through this difficult period.

What is Neuroprotective Developmental Care (NDC)?

NDC (formerly Possums) was developed by Australian GP Dr Pamela Douglas in 2011. Originally run from a clinic in Brisbane, and now increasingly available across Australia and the world, the NDC approach is an evidence based, scientifically valid approach covering breastfeeding, sleep and cry-fuss behaviours, and represents a paradigm shift to much of the current mainstream newborn parenting advice. It is family focussed, aiming to empower parents with the extra knowledge and confidence to care for their newborn in line with their own values and goals. There is a focus on flexibility, experimentation and workability. Possums aims to de-medicalise sleep and cry-fuss concerns, and promotes responsive care-giving.

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Breastfeeding Support

The Gestalt Breastfeeding model encourages frequent, flexible on-demand feeding. It aims to empower mothers with the knowledge and techniques to establish pain-free enjoyable breastfeeding.

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Infant Sleep

The NDC Sleep Program is a flexible, evidence-based approach to infant sleep that works with the evolutionary and biological basis of sleep, rather than against it. It encourages experimentation and responsiveness.

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Perinatal Mental Health

The early newborn period can be particularly challenging, and it is common and normal to have unpleasant or painful feelings. The NDC Approach utilises Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) strategies to help maintain maternal mood.


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A 'Preparing for Bub' consult is a 60min face-to-face appointment during the third trimester. We encourage expectant mothers to bring along their partners.

In the lead up to a baby, there can be a focus on the delivery. Often parents-to-be give little consideration into what comes after - how they will navigate the early weeks and months of parenthood. When the baby is born, parents can feel bewildered at all the conflicting advice thrown their way.

An antenatal consult allows us to explore your values and goals surrounding some of the hurdles that may come - with feeding, sleep, changing relationship dynamics and altered identity. Education regarding what is 'normal' infant behaviour, addressing expectations, and being forearmed with knowledge regarding infant care can help as parents enter what can be a very challenging period.

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A 'Parent and Bub' consult is a 60min face to face appointment (booked as 30min for mum, 30min for baby) which allows a holistic, comprehensive and thorough assessment of concerns specific to the Parent/Baby pair, particularly breastfeeding, sleep, cry-fuss

behaviours, and parental mental health.

Particular concerns may include (but are not limited to):

  • Infant feeding issues
  • Maternal feeding issues
  • Infant weight concerns
  • Infant sleep concerns (note NDC is not ‘sleep training’)
  • ’Unsettled’ infants
  • Parent/infant bonding
  • Parental mental health
  • Relationship adjustments to parenthood

Parent and Bub consults are separate to your baby’s routine vaccinations and mum’s 6 week postnatal visit.


As a Fellowed GP, Dr Hayley Glasson also provides the full breadth of general practice services, including but not limited to:

  • Preconception Care
  • Pregnancy counselling
  • Antenatal Shared Care
  • Medical Termination of Pregnancies
  • Contraception (including IUD and Implanon insertion)
  • Paediatric checks and immunisations
  • Mental Health Assessments and Care Plans


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ABout Dr Hayley glasson

From an early age, Dr Hayley Glasson cared for mums and bubs of the animal variety on her family's property outside of Orange. She later developed a passion for medicine, and to that end completed a medical degree with 2.1 Honours through UNSW in 2008.

Dr Hayley fell in love with General Practice, and in particular Women and Children's Health. She completed a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) whilst working at St George Hospital, and a Diploma of Childhood Health (DCH) through the University of Sydney. She became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs (FRACGP) in 2014, having gained experience in general practices in the Northern Rivers and Sydney regions.

The Illawarra was always close to Dr Hayley's heart, having had many childhood family holidays to visit her grandparents in Kiama Downs. After making the coastal change from Sydney's Inner West in 2015, Dr Hayley initially practiced in Kiama, seeing many patients through the Antenatal Shared Care Program at Wollongong Hospital. She joined the Bulli Medical Practice team in 2020.

Dr Hayley has two young daughters, and is loving raising them with her husband in the stunning Northern Illawarra. She introduced Possums/NDC early in her parenting journey, and is beyond excited to share the approach with other new parents.

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COnsult fees

Bulli Medical Practice & Amelie Private are privately billing services.

It is the policy of the practices that all payments are made on the day via EFTPOS.



Out of Pocket Expense*

60min Preparing

for Bub





Parents and Bub




30min Follow-up Consults




*Rebates and Out of Pocket Expenses may vary

e.g. if you have hit your Medicare Safety Net threshold

I acknowledge and pay respect to the Wodi Wodi people who are part of the Dharawal Nation, on whose land I live and work.

I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging. This was, is, and always will be Aboriginal land.


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74 Park Rd Bulli 2515

Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays

9:30am to 4:00 pm

Call: (02) 4284 4622

385 Crown St Wollongong 2500

Every second Friday

9:30am to 4:00 pm

Call: 1300 971 265

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