During these times I will still be able to offer this service to women and their partners but it will be in a slightly different format.
The first session will take place via Zoom where we can take all the relevant information and discuss any issues you may have.
The second session will need to occur face to face. For this we will have to maintain the 2 m social distancing and wear face masks throughout the session.
The final session will occur via zoom again and if needed we can arrange a further session face to face.
This are strange times for us all but I am still able to help with your anxiety and mental health during this time.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
I have been a qualified midwife for more than 15 years. I have worked in various midwifery roles, including several years abroad.
Within my career, I have noticed that there is one area of midwifery that is regularly overlooked: the trauma that occurs to some women and their partners around their pregnancy. This does not only relate to the delivery but it may occur while pregnant or after the baby has been born. This trauma impacts on these women’s relationships as well as on their families. It can also interfere with bonding with their babies.
I decided to train accordingly so that I can aid these women to overcome their traumas.
I have undertaken the ‘Birth Trauma Resolution’ form of treatment. This does not only involve ‘rewinding’ the trauma but also looks at other areas that the individual may need assistance with.
Though my training, I have seen the remarkable effect this treatment can have on women who have suffered birth trauma. More so, since treatment can be completed in such a short period of time (an average of 3 sessions, a week apart).