Seeing Birth From Baby's Perspective
Attuning to their stories from conception onward
Save $100 until September 1, 2019!
Babies are always telling us their stories
The question is….
How well are we listening?
We now know that the baby's experience of conception, pregnancy, birth, and attachment can provide a lifelong template for health and a foundation of resiliency to life’s challenges. Yet, the baby's experience often remains unconscious but profoundly alive in the body. Healing and integrating these early overwhelming events is possible.
In this course you will learn:
- The importance of understanding the baby from the inside out. In our modern world, we come at babies from the outside in.
- How to get the baby's story and hear from their perspective
- To understand the neurophysiology of trauma in infants
- That prevention begins with working on our own early experiences
Who is the course for:
- Therapists, educators, and medical professionals who are interested in better understanding the baby's experience and preventing early trauma. All practitioners who work with moms and babies and want to be able to serve them in the best way possible.
Benefits of taking this course:
- A new look at the baby's experience, and ways to introduce this paradigm to your audiences
- Leading edge information from prenatal and perinatal pioneers and practitioners
- Valuable Tools for practitioners to improve your skills in working with moms and babies
- You will learn the in depth implications of birth trauma and healing
- Learn more about your own relationship to your birth experience
Course Introduction: Conscious Baby Principles
- Kate White: 10 Principles of The Conscious Baby (Free View Available)
The course below is divided into three parts:
1) Understanding the Baby's Experience: 3 presentations to help us understand how babies are conscious in the womb, how they can remember prenatal experience and birth, and ways we can help babies heal if they have overwhelming experiences. Each presentation has additional article, tools, and scripts for you!
2) Bonding, Attachment, and the Trauma Imprint: Obstetrical interventions, parents' experiences and more can have an impact on the developing baby. These lectures talk about the theme of betrayal for babies and how these early experiences can create a patterns in our autonomic nervous system. They also follow the story of babies and how we can heal them through relationships. There are many experiences that start even preconception, especially stress. Enjoy these experts as they talk about the baby's experience.
3) Healing Early, Developmental Trauma and the Impact of Trauma on Babies: Our pioneers in prenatal and perinatal psychology created healing modalities to be with babies that recognize their consciousness. Trends in healing talk about developmental trauma, or overwhelming events that occur early and can be chronic in our families. APPPAH has developed an approach that supports the healing of babies and positive change in our medical systems.
- Babies Are Not What We Thought by David Chamberlain. Pioneer and APPPAH co-founder talks about consciousness and the sensitivity of babies.
Seen, Heard and Felt is exceptional! I came away deeply understanding and eager to practice what I learned.”
Kate White, MA, BCBMT, RCST®, CEIM, SEP Prenatal, Birth, Attachment Therapy, Specialist in Bodywork for Infants, Administrator, Faculty and Mentor, Founding Director of the Education Department
Kate White is an award-winning prenatal and perinatal educator and an advanced bodyworker. She is trained in somatic therapies, prenatal and perinatal health, lactation, brain development, infant mental health, and has specialized in mother-baby dyad care using somatic prevention and trauma healing approaches for nearly 20 years. She is a mother of two children, holds a BA and MA in Communication, a Registered Craniosacral Therapist in the Biodynamic Craniosacral method and a Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner. Her work combines somatic therapy, birth preparation, recovery from difficult birth, trauma resolution and brain development to help give families with babies and small children the best possible start. She is the Founding Director of Education for the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health and currently co-directs this department, administering an online program for parents and parent professionals, runs a private practice and offers her own seminars through the Center for Prenatal and Perinatal Programs, http://www.ppncenter.com.