"Over the past few years, APPPAH's birth psychology resources and materials have grown to meet a worldwide demand for information and education," shares Sandra Bardsley, APPPAH's immediate past president. "We are happy to designate March as Birth Psychology Month and to gather these resources and special events into one place to share with our members and supporters."
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"The mothers I work with are considered at risk and under-served. Most do not have support, live at or below the poverty level, are often homeless or living in transitional housing. Pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting are often stressful times in their life. I learned so much in your Birth Psychology course regarding the effects of mother's stress on the baby and how to support young mothers. I now work very hard concentrating on teaching stress reduction techniques and helping mothers engage and attach to their unborn and newborn baby. I am forever changed as a professional and can't adequately express the gratitude I feel having received a scholarship to help women and families."
The primary benefit of APPPAH membership is the knowledge that you are supporting the educational efforts of APPPAH in disseminating vital information about the importance of the first nine months of life. You will become part of a community dedicated to improving life for babies and families.
March 11: Working with Preconception in Marginalized Populations and Trauma Sensitivity with LGBTQ Families
March 18: Perinatal Trauma Informed Practices
March 25: Trauma and Attachment, and Trauma Informed Practice from the Baby's Experience
April 1: Application of Trauma Sensitive Practice in Midwifery Model of Care and Promoting Resilience
March 4, Tour of the Classroom
March 11: Prenatal Bonding and Learning with Rebecca Thompson Hitt
March 18: 7 Keys to Prenatal Bonding with Barbara Decker
March 25: Creating Safety Using Conflict Resolution and Mediation Techniques to Support Your Best Birth Experience with Sally Dear-Healey
See full descriptions of these events here.
Birth Psychology Month is celebrated in March, a month of spring and rebirth for the Northern Hemisphere. We invite you to share the resources on this site to celebrate this month with your professional networks, parent support groups and family. Click here to find free resources to share. See the list of live and free events above, as well
on the PPNE program!
Featuring: APPPAH Youtube Channel and Voices of APPPAH
Prenatal Bonding and Learning
with Rebecca Thompson Hitt
Join us for this Monday Live Lecture, March 11 @ 9am PDT, noon eastern time.
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FREE JOPPAH ARTICLE: The Psycho-History Of Pregnancy Conflict, By Ludwig Janus, MD
Conscious Baby Program for Parents™ and Tools for Facilitators FREE Content
APPPAH's nonprofit mission is to educate professionals and the public, worldwide, that a baby’s experience of conception, pregnancy, and birth creates lifelong consequences for individuals, families, and society. As a result of scientific discoveries and continually emerging evidence, we know babies are
conscious and sentient beings.
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