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APPPAH Connect: Attachment Dynamics and Polyvagal Theory

October 13, 2021 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

New research about Polyvagal Theory is changing the way we understand the nervous system, and how we can improve our client relationships.  Join us Wednesday October 13 as we discuss:

  • How our personal attachments as birth practitioners affect our work with clients
  • How we can use these theories to help us recognize our triggers in client interactions
  • The importance of energy in the client meeting – how the practitioner’s awareness of energy dynamics influences the client interaction


birth psychology practitionersFacilitator:  Lynn Korst, BS, PPNE

APPPAH’s Board Vice President, Outreach & Development

Lynn Korst, is a parent educator for pregnant couples and new parents in her private practice Discover Parenthood. Lynn is a graduate of APPPAH’s Prenatal and Perinatal Educator Certification Program and is also a graduate of the Castellino Prenatal and Birth Therapy Foundation Training. She is a certified NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model) practitioner that supports transforming and integrating early developmental trauma.  She is also trained in Attachment Science, Play Therapy, RIE (Resources for Infant Educators) and is a trained “Bringing Baby Home” facilitator.  Prior to finding this passion, she had a 20-year career as a Sales and Marketing Manager at IBM. Lynn Korst lives in Chicago, IL.


October 13, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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