Seen, Heard and Felt: Supporting Mother-Baby and Partner with Rebecca Thompson Hitt, MS, MFT

Seen, Heard, and Felt: Supporting Mother-Baby and Partner Before, During, and After Birth

The prenatal and perinatal period are a particularly vulnerable time in the life of a family. AND it is also one of the most profound opportunities we have to support the development of resilience and connection. Sometimes the simplest tools are the most profound. When caregivers can create the space where families can be seen, heard, and felt, we create a space where healing can happen, whenever the healing needs to happen. When a parent experiences being seen, heard, and felt, there is space for the parents to also see, hear, and feel the experience of their baby. Please join us for this practical discussion as we explore ways to create ripples of connection, support and healing in birthing families.

About Rebecca Thompson Hitt, MS, MFT

Rebecca holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Barry University and has been studying attachment and trauma since 1997. She is the former Co-Director of Education for The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of The Consciously Parenting Project where she creates online resources for parents and offers consultation services. She is the author of 3 parenting books and she is working on her 4th book, All Relationships Can Heal, will be published in 2019. You can learn more about Rebecca by visiting her website:>