Register for your Post-Congress Workshops!
Sunday, December 3 2017, 1:00 - 5:00pm
Post-Congress Workshop 1:
Rumyana Kudeva, "Disenfranchised Grief and Loss of the Dreamed-of Birth"
This presentation describes the lived experience of disenfranchised grief in women after the loss of their dreamed-of-birth. Drawing from women’s unique stories and different psychotherapeutic theories, it identifies ways in which we can offer support.
Post-Congress Workshop 2:
Dr Loi Medvin & Deb Puterbaugh "Walk your Talk, Conscious Self-Care for Birth Keepers"
Learn to re-wire your brain with practical self-soothing strategies. It’s no secret that your job is one of the most sacred and rewarding of life’s paths but is also one of the most taxing and trauma inducing. You care so much AND give so much to others but who cares for you? How do you calm, how do you get your needs met? Somewhere between the oxytocin high and the burnout is a place of ease you can attain and pass on to your clients. Join us to find out how.
Post-Congress Workshop 3:
Ece Elçin Akturan Civelek, "Embodiment of Fetal Movement in Womb and Labour"
The embodiment of fetal movement may guide both expectant parents and childbirth professionals to form non-verbal attunement and sensitivity to conscious yet-to-be-born child’s movement attributes, needs and well-being. As unseen mover reveals itself, an interactive dance may begin.
Post-Congress Workshop 4:
Francis Rene Van de Carr, Kristin Van de Carr, Barbara Decker & Joseph Jacques, "Prenatal Intervention Programs for the Prevention of Stress & Poverty Induced Neural Deficit"
The presentation describes a prenatal intervention program for the development of a resilient child and prevention of neural damage found in the children of socioeconomically stressed mothers. A new paradigm of brain development is presented.
Post-Congress Workshop 5:
Eileen Sendrey, Alexandra Johnson MD, & Birthe Kaarsholm, "Breema: Body Mind Connection and the Movement Toward Wholeness"
Presence is fundamental to connected families and brain integration in healing early developmental trauma. Explore how Breema's self-care and partner exercises and its Principles of Harmony offer practical tools to catalyze connection and presence to support intentional parenting and healing.
Post-Congress Workshop 6:
Myrna Martin, "Healing for Newborns and Families after Difficult Births"
This presentation discusses the normal hormones of labor and delivery briefly and outline the changes in the release times and levels that impact both mother and baby when specific chemical and surgical interventions occur. Practical somatic and relational strategies to insure restoration to an optimal family field and the development of secure attachment in this early postnatal period are delineated.
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