Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology’s application doesn’t end at birth or even after the first year of life. So much of what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy has its foundations in this period of time for us and for our children. When we can zoom out and explore how those early patterns impact all of us later in life and specifically our relationships in our families, many of the concepts show up in the basics of attachment, feelings, and boundaries. Join us for this exploration of the connections between PPN and healthy families!
Rebecca holds a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy, and studied attachment and trauma since 1997. She served as Co-Director of Education for APPPAH for four years, generously designing PPNE’s virtual platform and quite a bit of its unique curriculum. She is also Executive Director of The Consciously Parenting Project, which she founded, and creates online resources for parents as well as consultation services. She is the author of three parenting books and is working on her fourth, All Relationships Can Heal, to be published soon.You can learn more about Rebecca’s insights by visiting her website at https://consciouslyparenting.com or write her at firstname.lastname@example.org.