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Trauma Informed Care & Beyond: Improving perinatal & Family Health for a Thriving HumanityPlans are moving forward for APPPAH's 2018 Regional Conference: "Trauma Informed Care & Beyond: Improving Perinatal & Family Health for a Thriving Humanity."
Please watch for details soon to be posted under the conference tab on birthpsychology.com
This will take place on October 5-7, 2018 in Denver, Co., USA.
|Myrna Martin//EarthSky Foundation||
Pre and Perinatal Professional Training10 Modules over 2 Years.
ENHANCE YOUR SKILLS IN:
-Identifying your own early trauma and resourcing imprints so you can use these effectively and compassionately in the therapist role.
-Recognizing pre and perinatal imprinting in the body language, structure, movement patterns, personality and character structures.
-Relating the clients current experience somatically and emotionally to early imprints
-Establishing and Maintaining healthy boundaries and self regulation in yourself and clients
-Understanding the physiological basis of early trauma and the imprinting process
-Tracking somatic, energetic and fluid rhythms as well as titration, resourcing to facilitate the resolution of pre and perinatal trauma.
please visit the website for more detailed information and for the most up-to-date course dates.
Santa Cruz, CA
|Manashakti Research Centre & APPPAH||
1st International Conference on Prenatal Development in IndiaTheme:
ANCIENT WISDOM AND MODERN SCIENCE OF PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT:
BUILDING A NEW HEALTHY WORLD FROM THE WOMB
The main objective in organizing this conference is to explore the ancient wisdom and modern research in the field of prenatal development. This will establish the scientific basis of Garbha Sanskar.
For more details, go to: http://conference.manashakti.org/
|Center for Prenatal and Perinatal Progams||
Introduction to Prenatal and Perinatal DynamicsThis course in Prenatal and Perinatal Dynamics™ offers the basic building blocks for working early overwhelming states that may occur starting preconception, including conception, pregnancy, birth and attachment. Often called early developmental trauma, recognition, reaching and healing ruptures or interruptions in development from this early time are increasingly seen as the cracks in the foundation of human health. Current healing science now includes overwhelming childhood experiences and ancestral patterns; the prenatal and perinatal period is the missing piece. This introductory workshop will give you tools so you can normalize early difficulty and have a skill base to help families get the best possible start and individuals onto the healing path. The first step is working with your own internal states and is vital to the relationship you establish with your client base. Our course combines early trauma resolution with midwifery model of care. Come, study, learn, heal.