The mother and child online training program for professionals
A series of 6 modules:
Module 1: Praparation
Module 2:Taking a Birth History
Module 3: Early Imprinting
Module 4:Recognising Patterns
Module 5:Facilitating Change
Module 6: Skype session Question and Answer
In this course you will learn:
Through out this course you will have mentoring support so that all your questions can be heard and addressed. This support will be via email and video link with Patricia Weldon, Chartered Physiotherapist in Paediatrics, Prenatal & Birth Therapist, Author, trainer, Mentor.
Following completion of the online training you will be invited to continue your learning through mentoring and taking part in workshops. At present these will be conducted online.
Here is what a graduate has to say about the Mother and Child Program:
”A brilliant program providing in-depth knowledge of the physical, emotional and mental aspects of conception, birth and beyond and offering a set of skills focusing on facilitating change to help mothers and babies with difficulties. Ongoing support and valuable feedback from Patricia made it a truly transforming learning experience on both a professional and personal level!”
Zsofia Szendrei PT, CST-T
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Baby Whisper 0-12 wks for parents
short 2 min videos describing step by step how to help your baby develop key motor skills in their first 3 months.
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