Exploring Effective Ways to Share Birth Psychology with Medical Professionals

Thank you for joining our live, virtual forum where we will share with each other what we have found to be effective ways to introduce prenatal and perinatal psychology concepts to our medical colleagues in hospital and clinic settings.

As we well know, knowledge about prenatal and perinatal psychology, particularly about the conscious, sentient nature of babies before and after birth, is not yet widely known. Although this awareness has changed our lives personally and professionally, we may often find it challenging to know how to share this information with colleagues in medical professions.

On Saturday, September 24, 12:00- 2:00 pm EDT, we will bring together a panel of medical professionals who are also Birth Psychology experts to share what they have found to be effective ways to share prenatal and perinatal psychology principles and practices. You will find the Zoom link in the course content below (an email reminder will also be sent) The recording will be uploaded below the day after our live session.

Together, we can become more effective in our efforts to change in how babies are welcomed into the world.

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Raylene Phillips, MD, MA, IBCLC

Dr. Phillips has a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology with a focus on bonding and attachment. She is the past President of the National Perinatal Association (NPA) and the current President of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH). As a neonatologist, Dr. Phillips enjoys many opportunities to welcome new babies into the world. Her passion is to honor and nurture the earliest connections between babies and their parents.

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