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Birth from the baby’s perspective

01 March 2022 7:30 pm

Online Workshop with Joy Horner

Our experiences in the womb, in birth, and shortly after birth can shape our sense of who we are, and our perceptions of the world. Our conventional cultural understanding of babies and prenates can limit how we welcome them into the world.

Integrative baby therapy draws from a number of sources including Pre and Perinatal Psychology, Body Psychotherapy and Craniosacral Therapy. It is also informed by recent research in areas such as self-regulation, neurobiology, epigenetics, biodynamic embryology, attachment theory, traumatology and cross-cultural studies.

I will describe the four stages of birth from a baby’s perspective (as opposed to the three stages of birth from the obstetrical perspective), and how each of these stages may impact babies. This may manefest as an unsettled baby who is hard to settle or cries a lot. You will learn how to listen to babies, and to help them integrate these early experiences.
We will also explore attachment and how unresolved prenatal and birth trauma can impact this.

Joy Horner Joy Horner is a mother, a former independent midwife and registered nurse who now works as a perinatal consultant, childbirth educator and birth keeper in the South West.
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Date:
1 March
Time:
7:30 pm
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Online
United Kingdom

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ARM
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enquiries@midwifery.org.uk

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