Birth trauma: Causes, effects, methods to heal with EMDR

Description

Clinicians will gain an understanding of the types of events that create psychological and physiological distress and trauma both at birth and afterward. Many conditions have their origin during this early period where generational messages as well as traumatic events surrounding birth and the early period of life can have negative effects. Participants will learn methods to work within the infant mind/body memory to retrieve early trauma and the subsequent events that reinforced it as well as facilitate healing through the life path of the individual. Clinicians can benefit by recognizing the elements that influence these situations, and with EMDR and other adjunctive techniques learn to resolve these very early experiences to help clients reach a higher level of adaptation for health. Objectives: 1.Identify the characteristics of traumatic or negative birth experiences. 2.Recognize the risk factors that affect the birth and can be projected onto the infant. 3.Identify the effects of early trauma on parent-infant relationships, bonding, the marital relationship, and on the infant. 4.Learn about long-term psychological and somatic sequelae of perinatal trauma on the adult individual. 5.Describe, demonstrate, and practice psychotherapeutic methods with EMDR to help resolve and heal these experiences.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Phyllis Klaus

Original Work Citation

Klaus, P. (2007, June). Birth trauma: Causes, effects, methods to heal with EMDR. Presentation at the 8th EMDR Europe Association Conference, Paris, France

Collection

Citation

“Birth trauma: Causes, effects, methods to heal with EMDR,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 8, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18458.

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