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Holding for Frontline Care Providers

Karen Kleiman with Lisa Tremayne on how holding can foster environment of safety and disclosure

  • Starts Jun 28
  • 75 US dollars
  • Virtual - Zoom

Available spots

Join two perinatal experts IN CONVERSATION as they bring their perspectives and lived experiences to a program for Frontline Care Providers. Are you a Nurse? Social Worker? Doula? Midwife? Obgyn? Pediatrician? in a medical setting? Nurses and other frontline providers are so valuable in the immediate postpartum period… and Holding skills can promote an environment which encourages safety, engagement and self-disclosure within the medical setting. “Knowing WHAT to say, WHY you are saying it, how to say it, and WHEN not to say something, can make the difference between her coming back and getting help or her leaving and surrendering to her suffering.“ - Karen Presenters: Karen Kleiman, Founder and Director of The Postpartum Stress Center, and Lisa Tremayne, RN, PMH-C, CBC Founding Director, Center for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders at Monmouth Medical Center; Co-Founder, President of Bloom Foundation for Maternal Mental Health Description: We will discuss Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and how they impact you and your work, the current “standards” for Screening for PMADs, and how we can we do better. We will also introduce the fundamentals of The Art of Holding Perinatal Women in Distress™ and explore how to apply Holding in a medical setting. Karen and Lisa will dive into some challenging situations that may arise in medical settings and they encourage your participation. STUDENT DISCOUNT FOR NURSES AND SOCIAL WORKERS STILL IN SCHOOL - REDUCES FEE TO $25. ASK US FOR CODE. This program does not qualify for NBCC credit.

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