Perhaps you work with women in the postnatal period who have suffered a traumatic birth or are experiencing high levels of anxiety.
Or maybe you are an antenatal teacher who struggles to help mums and dads recover from previous traumatic birth experiences to be able to prepare calmly for their next birth.
Perhaps you are a birth professional who has witnessed a traumatic birth or who wishes to feel more resilient emotionally.
Do you frequently hear distressing birth stories but feel impotent to help or support?
Traumatic Birth Recovery offers 3 different courses for birth professionals that are available as in person courses or as online study.
On successful completion of all 3 courses (and their assessments and case studies) all students can become recognised TBR Practitioners in Perinatal Mental & Emotional Health.
This recognised Practitioner status means that these professionals can be listed on the Find a Practitioner page, access 1-2-1 supervision and refer to themselves as TBR Practitioners in Perinatal Mental & Emotional Health.
Each course (module) has value to birth professionals and HCP even if they do not wish to work towards Practitioner status.
All courses are CPD listed and recognised.
All courses are recognised as CPD and accredited by CPDUK. I am currently also seeking accreditation with the RCM, however despite not having this I have worked with 8 NHS trusts so far.
50% discount for all student midwives – contact email@example.com for the code.
I am also available to provide bespoke training for groups, student midwives and HCP based on their particular need.
Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with a proposal.
'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
Join this quiet revolution in perinatal mental health.
A community of over 250 birth professionals who have all gained the skills necessary to adequately support parents healing after a traumatic perinatal event.