Conscious Baby Program for Parents™Tools for Facilitators
An Educational Initiative of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH)
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Become Perinatal Trauma Informed with the Prenatal and Perinatal Educator Certificate Program
A FREE Lecture Series with Experts in Perinatal Trauma and Healing
"I feel like I'm in heaven with all this wonderful material and of course I run down every rabbit hole that glints at me. I've already learnt so much and read so many peoples' work that I was not aware of such as Stephen Porges with his Polyvagal Theory.
A lot has been coming up in memories too as well as my anxieties I felt in births that were intervened in and the way babies are handled in resus etc. Reading all this soul food gives me greater confidence in what I have thought, felt and practiced where I used to feel the weird one standing out." ~ Vearle Avni, PPNE student, South Africa
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APPPAH has made a commitment to promote ways for prenatal and perinatal educators and professionals to create safety in their work. Our 2018-2019 Online Somatics Course is Creating Safety: Understanding Early Trauma Resolution and Resiliency. Click here to discover more.
"The first tool kit of the Conscious Baby Program is a real tour de force. Kate White packs a wealth of information and scholarship into her presentation. . She has done the heavy lifting and delivered a finely distilled explanation of the history of pre and post natal psychology along with delineation of therapeutic advances relevant to the field. There are also practical exercises for facilitators and the potential audience to safely ground into a physiologic state conducive to healing. Bravo maestro. Well done." ~ Dr. Kathleen Friend, Arizona, PPNE student