Do you work with women in the postnatal period who have suffered a traumatic birth?
Or maybe you are an antenatal teacher who struggles to help mums and dads move on from previous traumatic birth experiences to be able to prepare calmly for their next birth.
Perhaps you are a birth worker who has witnessed a traumatic birth.
Maybe you feel frustrated and unable to help those experiencing the effects of PTSD after a traumatic birth experience.
Would you like to learn more about PTSD and birth trauma, it’s effects and how to lift the symptoms of PTSD?
Enrolment starts 1st October 2017
A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF PTSD AND ITS SYMPTOMS
THE EVERY DAY EFFECTS OF PTSD FOR NEW MUMS
THE IMPORTANCE OF RAPPORT WHEN WORKING WITH THOSE EFFECTED
HOW INDUCING RELAXATION ALLOWS US TO WORK SAFELY
HOW TO NEUTRALISE THE TOXIC EMOTIONS LINKED TO TRAUMATIC EVENTS WITH THE 3 STEP TECHNIQUE
Both courses will also cover the importance of relaxation and guided visualisation in activating a person’s natural resource to heal. These last two skills can be used in many other practical, helping situations.
Everyone attending the workshop or completing the online course receives a comprehensive pack (downloads for the online course) containing, visual aids, scripts and other handouts that reinforces the course content.
On completion all students will also be invited to join a Closed Facebook support group that will provide support for each other when working with traumatised mums, training resources and back up for each other when we find ourselves traumatised through difficult births. On successful completion of a case study all students have the opportunity to be listed on the Find a Practitioner page of this website.
Early Bird bookings receive a 10% discount bringing
the price to just £216. Full price £240.
Eligible on all bookings made 6 weeks or more prior to start date.
'I’ve been meaning to let you know that I've now done 4 sessions of the Rewind technique with clients, all as part of my NHS role. They'd all been referred to my clinic with birth anxiety due to a previous traumatic birth. I had met them all at least once before and offered the session to them and explained what it was, and I've followed them up by telephone afterwards. I've had some lovely feedback from the mums, which is fantastic - and I'm so relieved! I'm so excited about being a practitioner as I'm really going to be able to enhance the care and support I can offer to women and help them have a positive pregnancy and birth this time round, thank you Alex! I've got 3 more mums booked in for sessions later this month and will keep you posted how they go... '
Louise Nunn, Perinatal Health Midwife
Complete the form below to find out how one of our courses can provide you with the tools you need, to help your clients move past their PTSD symptoms.