Trauma informed Perinatal Care

Trauma informed Perinatal Care

Trauma informed Perinatal CareTrauma informed Perinatal Care
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Training that makes a difference

Our trainings for Birth and Mental Health Professionals offer the best experts in trauma informed maternity care. Each class is

  • Online (take it from anywhere!)
  • Recorded (watch for up to 30 days)
  • Worth CE Units
  • Gets you listed on our referral page!

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2020 Trainings

Trauma Informed Birth Nurse

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE FOR LABOR NURSES: A GUIDE TO PATIENT ADVOCACY IN THE #METOO MOVEMENT

Mandy Irby RN

May 2, 2020

Learn how to provide compassionate, trauma-sensitive care to survivors of trauma while preventing further trauma. Develop your awareness of the unique super powers that labor nurses posses and develop a foundation for how to be a strong, confident patient advocate. 

For Labor and Delivery Nurses

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UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACTS OF HISTORICAL TRAUMA AND RACISM ON MATERNAL HEALTH IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

Dr. Sayida Peprah, PsyD, CD

June 8, 2020

Increase your cultural and historical awareness as a provider in an effort to promote the establishment of trauma-free, trauma-informed and supportive care environments for African Americans and other people of color, during their perinatal period. 
For both birth and mental health professionals

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THE PREVENTION OF BIRTH TRAUMA LEVEL I and II: A CLASS FOR BIRTH PROS

Krysta Dancy, MA, MFT, CD

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June 22, 2020- Level 1

August 31, 2020- Level 2

Over 30% of birthing women will have psychological trauma from the experience. Why is this happening and what can we (as birth workers) do to prevent it? Learn the latest research and the best tools from a licensed trauma therapist and birth doula.

For Birth Professionals

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THERAPY FOR BIRTH TRAUMA LEVEL I and II: A CLASS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROS

June 22, 2020- Level 1

August 31, 2020- Level 2

Over 30% of birthing women will have psychological trauma. This means perinatal mental health professionals must be equipped to quickly identify and treat trauma from birth. Learn the latest research and interventions from a licensed trauma therapist, birth doula, and long time clinical supervisor

For Mental Health Professionals

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A SPACE TO HEAL- CURRICULUM TREATMENT MODEL FOR BIRTH TRAUMA IN A GROUP SETTING

Lorissa Eichenberger, MA, LMFT, PMH-C

September 19 and 21, 2020

Providing a safe and supportive space for processing traumatic childbirth without re-traumatizing group members presents unique challenges for facilitators. Learn a systems-based approach to group support after a traumatic birth experience for birth mothers and partners.
For both birth and mental health professionals

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addressing Trauma In THe LGBTQ+ Community

Dr Heather Thompson, MS, PhD

October 14, 2020

An introduction to terms and concepts important to providing perinatal support to folks in the LGBTQAI+ community. Highlights include:ways to provide trauma-informed care, practice harm reduction, and reduce trauma experienced by clients who identify as gender non-conforming, queer, and/or transgender. 

For both birth and mental health professionals