TRAUMATIC BIRTH RECOVERY PROCESS
LETTING GO OF BIRTH TRAUMA CAN BE HARD. LET'S BUILD SOME SKILLS TO DO THAT!
You are almost blissfully happy that you have had your baby. You are fine, the baby is fine and home with your family.
Yet there is a part of you thats still feels nervous; unsettled. Everyone tells you that this feeling is normal. "You're a new mother, with L plates on and just beginning to learn the subtle cues from your baby." But you find yourself crying; and low at times. Not quiet able to put your finger on what the problem is.
Current research show that 30% births leave the mother, partner or family in a state of trauma.
Of those 1.5-9% suffer PTSD.
Signs of stress maybe:
Unable to think clearly
Tiredness (which comes with being a new parent)
But, unable to rest
Feeling of disconnection
Unable to look at the baby or hold your baby
Unable to bond with baby
Internal dialogue - repeating birth story
Not feeling heard
What is Rewind?
These session offers you the opportunity to
a) Be heard
b) Tell your story and your truth
c) Be acknowledged and heard
d) In a safe space to let go
e) Learning practical coping strategies
f) Opportunity to debrief
g) Interupting the pattern
h) Letting go of past
i) Moving forward
j) Bonding with baby and partner
l) 2-3 Sessions only
n) Opportunity to seek more help if needed
Arlene is a trained counsellor and psychotherapist, and she is happy to help women and their partners find a way of rewinding their birth trauma without re triggering. Enabling you to move forward to have a healthy relationship with baby and each other.
First session 90 mins which consists of debriefing and relaxation
2nd session 60 mins which includes rewind technique and relaxation
3rd session15-30 mins via a phone appointment to supervise and support.
3 sessions booked in advance £210.
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