Prenatal Bonding (BA)
A Method to Shelter a Pregnancy - Some Impressions
Prenatal Bonding (BA) - A method to shelter a pregnancy - Some impressions
Prenatal Bonding (BA) provides the possibility of creating an early bonding between mother and fetus, of being witness to the development of the fetus in the womb (like a constant Ultra Sound). Parents can realize the early growth of the personality of the baby. The method is an empowerment of bonding between mother, father, siblings and the fetus and a great help for giving birth much more easily. Thus we are not surprised that the baby after birth has a remarkable degree of self-esteem and a secure access to its personal potential.
About Dr. Gerhard Schroth
Gerhard Schroth was born in Heidelberg, Germany 3 years after the end of World War II. Very early in high school he decided to take the medicine course. His medical special education directed him to psychiatry, psychoanalysis and various other methods. He attended a research assignment in psychosomatic medicine. 1984 he established his outpatient practice, and in 1989 he became director of APV, an institute for training of medical specialists in methods of psychotherapy. In 1996 he began his Pre- and Perinatal education with William Emerson, Karlton Terry and various other pioneers. Since 2004 Training in Prenatal Bonding (BA) by Jenoe Raffai and Gyoergy Hidas, Hungary. Since 2009 teaching assignment for Prenatal Bonding (BA).
Nina Ketscher, MA, PPNE, CEIM is the Director of Education for the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) and a graduate and mentor of APPPAH’s Prenatal & Perinatal Educator certification program (PPNE). She holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology with a specialty in Somatic Psychology from Santa Barbara Graduate Institute and lived and studied Eastern Wisdoms for 5 years in India. Nina works with babies, children and their families to nurture healthy connections with themselves, in relationship with each other, and guides them with practical ways to navigate, with greater peace and ease, the challenging world we live in. Nina worked as a Health Coach Educator at an Integrative and Functional Medicine Pediatric clinic in the US, where she profoundly experienced the health benefits of integrating functional medicine with somatic and prenatal and perinatal psychology. With this experience, Nina sees a greater need for Prenatal and Perinatal Educators (PPNE) to be integrated throughout the medical, mental and behavioral health, and educational systems. Originally from California, Nina resides in Leipzig, Germany with her husband and her 6 year old son. Nina believes through expanding our view to include the babies perspective of conception, pregnancy, birth, and parenting, and integrate somatic, prenatal and perinatal, and energy psychology, we will nurture new generations of strong, conscious and loving children, and parents, equipped to face the challenges of our modern and unstable world. Connect directly with her at [email protected] or [email protected] For more information about APPPAH’s Educational Programs: https://birth-psychology-classwomb.teachable.com/p... free-content