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Session 1 Recording

Introduction to Pregnancy Dialogues ™ Scientific Rationale for Course Development


  • 1. 5 hour recording available upon registration
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Session 2 Recording

Introduction to Pregnancy Dialogues ™ Evidence-based Course Content


  • 1.5 hour recording available upon registration
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Session 3 Live Virtual Training

Live, Virtual Pregnancy Dialogues ™ Facilitator Course

Henrik Norholt, PhD


Dr. Norholt’s primary research focus is on developing and implementing simple and workable interventions to support parents’ capacity to connect physically and emotionally with their infant. These activities are conducted through an international network of researchers and clinicians within psychology, pediatrics, orthopedics, breastfeeding medicine, home-health visiting and midwifery. Dr. Norholt’s research spans a wide range of scientific topics, including child and adult brain and hormonal adaptation, attachment theory, perinatal stress and resilience processes, and child socio-emotional regulation, and outcome measures focusing on attachment and long-term parental and child physiological and psychological health.

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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