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Monday LIVE: Exploring Birth Psychology- How Sequencing Relates to Birth with Tara Blasco PhD, RCST and Mary Jackson RN, LM, RCST
July 5 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
We will dedicate this class to explore how we move through events in our lives to discover if they follow some kind of pattern. Specifically, we will look into cycles of time that have beginnings, middles and endings; we will explore how we come together and how we go apart; how we make transitions from one place to the other and will try to find out if there are repetitions or similarities in how we do this. We will explore how our sequencing might be connected to our birth and early stories
Tara Blasco PhD, RCST and Mary Jackson RN, LM, RCST
Tara Blasco has a PhD in prenatal and perinatal psychology from the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, and has worked at the BEBA clinic since 2001. She is the current director of the BEBA clinic and was the co-director with Ray Castellino until he passed in Dec 2020. She works as the facilitator at the Ojai BEBA clinic and offers online sessions. She is a certified craniosacral therapist. She is a Certified Womb Surround Process Workshop facilitator and supervisor through Castellino training. She co-teaches Dr. Castellino’s Foundation Training in Spain and in the US together with Ray Castellino (until he passed) and with Mary Jackson. She is the co-director of the non-profit organization Global Resource Alliance dedicated to the alleviation of poverty and disease, and supporting communities in the Mara region of Tanzania.
Mary Jackson has been a home birth Midwife since 1975. She has attended over 2,500 births in the Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Ojai, California areas and has attended the home births of her second generation of babies. She is a certified Castellino Process Workshop Leader and co-teaches the Castellino Pre and Perinatal Birth Training. In the first year after incorporating these pre and perinatal approaches in her midwifery practice her home to hospital transfer rate went from 20% to 6%. Mary is participating in cutting edge research about imprints that occur around the time of conception, pregnancy and birth and how they affect us throughout the rest of our lives and what it takes to heal from challenges in these experiences. She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and leads trainings throughout the world.
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Zoom LINK: You can use this link to join us live on Zoom on Monday July 5.