Regarding the Perinatal experience, we examine all the stages from the baby’s point of view, and also reflect upon the relevance of these stages in the context of the lives of our clients, and also, just as important, in our own lives. Their validity and usefulness as a primer for those in the baby treatment field are unmatched. William Emerson and Franklin Sills pioneered the stages of birth according to the somatic relationships between the baby’s cranium and the maternal pelvis, and the accompanying psychological themes. The related emotional and psychological components that accompany physiological themes have formed the primary foundation of Pre and Perinatal consciousness, and P & P psychology, as well as P & P therapy.
12 Lecture Topics in this order:
(1) Stage 2, (2) Stage 3, (3) Stage 4, (4) Stage 1 (5) Fallopian Tube, Hatching, & The Fall, (6) Implantation Journey, (7) Discovery, (8) Umbilical Affect, (9) Twin Loss, (10) C-section Issues, (11) IVF Issues, (12) Psychological Consequences of Obstetric Intervention