- Creating a Family, what that means to you? Why?
- Creating Layers of Support,
- Optimizing the Womb Environment
- Knowing Yourself and Your Stories
- Knowing Your Partner’s Stories
- Learning about Fertility and the Challenges of Infertility
- Creating a Conscious Conception and the Conception Journey
- The Baby’s experience of Pregnancy
- Prenatal Bonding with your Baby
- Creating Secure Attachment
- Hear Stories of Moms, Partners, and Babies
- What is a Natural Birth Sequence?
- Interruptions in the Birth Sequence and how to Complete and Integrate this for Mom, Partner, and Baby
- The Importance of the Sacred Hour
- The Breast Crawl and Optimal Breastfeeding
- The Importance of Sharing Your Birth Story
- What are our Prenatal Imprints and how do they affect us?
- Healing together after Birth
- Sleep, Feeding and Developmental Milestones
- The Importance of Developmental Movement for Babies
- Supportive Modalities for Moms and Babies (CranioSacral and Chiropractic)
- Resourcing for Yourself
- The Importance of Co-Regulation
- Staying Connected as You Grow Together
Rebecca Thompson Hitt is the founder and executive director of The Consciously Parenting Project, LLC. Rebecca has been working with families since the early 90s when she became a classroom teacher, but has always felt called to working with relationships. She has since earned a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and became a certified hypnotherapist through the Wellness Institute.
Rebecca has volunteered for Attachment Parenting International (API) and La Leche League and she is the former editor of API’s publication, Connections. She has written three books: Consciously Parenting: What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families; Creating Connection: Essential Tools for Growing Families through Conception, Birth, and Beyond; and Nurturing Connection: What Parents Need to Know about Emotional Expression and Bonding. She is working on her 4th book, All Relationships Can Heal. Rebecca is the mother of two boys, ages 16 and 20 who have taught her more about parenting and life than any degree ever could, including not getting wrapped up in trying to parent perfectly. Rebecca works with families around the globe to help create, nurture, and repair their family relationships. Her website is http://www.consciouslyparenting.com.