Bonding and Trauma w/ Phyllis Klaus
In person or Webinar Event
Monday April 22 2019
Blossom is honored to offer a course for birth professionals and Blossom community with internationally recognized trauma expert Phyllis Klaus, MFT, LMSW.
PRENATAL AND PERINATAL TRAUMA CAN AFFECT THE ATTACHMENT/BOND RELATIONSHIP OF BABY TO PARENT AND PARENT TO BABY.
This event is to educate doulas and care providers about ways that trauma interrupts bonding. Create awareness of the ways in which we can help facilitate better relationships. Learn methods to uncover and heal the impact of the negative events that may have occurred.
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For over three decades, Phyllis has supported hundreds of women with a history of childhood sexual abuse and its effects on childbearing; attachment disorders; issues of birth trauma and loss; and postpartum mood disorders. In addition, she has extensive experience working with grief and loss; trauma; abuse; dissociative disorders; anxiety; depression; somatic and medical disorders and conditions; family of origin; attachment and parent-child issues. She consults nationally and internationally and is co-author of the book When Survivors Give Birth. If you are unable to make this group session or prefer to speak with Phyllis individually, you may reach her directly via email Contact Phyllis directly to make individual private arrangements at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510=559-8000
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