Kate White & Dr Marti Glenn

Brief Bio: Kate White, MA, CMT, CEIM, SEP is a massage and craniosacral therapist who specializes in working with babies and their families.  She has extensive training in working with families during the childbearing year, especially prenatal and perinatal health, trauma resolution, birth, breastfeeding, and bonding/attachment. She is currently the Director of Education at APPPAH, Director of the Center for Prenatal and Perinatal Programs, and owns a private bodywork practice in Charlottesville, VA.






Brief Bio: Marti Glenn, PhD, is Co-Director of the STAR Foundation, www.starfound.org, offering intensive retreats for healing early trauma. She is founding President of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute offering degrees in prenatal -perinatal, somatic, and clinical psychology. A pioneering psychotherapist and trainer for over 30 years, she integrates affective neuroscience with attachment, early development, and trauma. Dr. Glenn served on APPPAH’s Board of Directors and chaired several APPPAH conferences. She co-produced the documentary, Trauma, Brain, and Relationship: Helping Children Heal and has appeared in What Babies Want; What Babies Know; Reducing Infant Mortality and Improving the Health of Babies.  She conducts training programs and speaks at conferences world-wide.


Title of Presentation: "Adverse Early Experiences in Birth Psychology: Trauma, Resiliency and Beyond"

Brief Description of Presentation: This presentation introduces a new research survey developed by Glenn and White, the Adverse Early Experience Questionnaire and Resiliency Score, plus collected data.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, post-traumatic growth, antifragility and supportive tools will be discussed.