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Trauma Informed Listening for Perinatal Professionals - One day training

Next Dates:  

  • 12th December 2023

  • 20th February 2024

  • 21st May 2024

All timing: 9.30am - 4.30pm GMT/BST

On completing your purchase you will be sent a welcome pack and from here there is a link to choose which day you wish to attend. Please check your junk folder if you do not receive this.

This training aims to equip all attendees with what they need to know and what they need to do (or not do) to provide a trauma safe listening service for parents who seek it.

After 2 of the most traumatic and difficult years for birthing parents (thanks Covid and maternity staff shortages!), more people than ever before are seeking to make sense of their perinatal experience. More parents are reaching out to be heard in a way that gives the opportunity to unpack their experience and make sense and even peace with it.

This training will give practitioners the confidence to offer their own post birth reflection service.

  • Understanding what parents really want from a birth listening, debriefing or reflection service.

  • Understanding the common problems that occur with listening to difficult or traumatic birth stories

  • Understanding the phenomena of re-traumatising, re-triggering and gas lighting after perinatal trauma

  • What constitutes good, active listening?

  • What special considerations are there from listening to difficult or traumatic stories?

  • How do we make birth listening a satisfying, useful and healing experience for parents?

  • Working with a framework that is safe, gentle and effective.

  • Being solution focused to ascertain parents own goals for change.

  • Using relaxation and visualisation to activate change.

Practical exercise will include:

  • How to direct attention away from past painful events

  • How to unpack current, difficult feeling and thoughts about birth experiences.

  • How to be solution focused to discover a person's own goals for recovery.

  • How to use relaxation to teach self regulation.

All attendees get a PDF of the slides, an invitation to our closed TBR College community.