Midwife-delivered low intensity EMDR-based procedures for postpartum-PTSD and pathological fear of childbirth

Description

The lack of psychological professionals and access to psychotherapy is a recognized problem. By training and supervising midwives, Low-Intensity-EMDR therapy can be delivered in an acceptable and effective way. Expectations are reduced elective Caesareans, increased VBAC rates, decreased morbidity and mortality, plus healthcare cost savings.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Paul Miller

Original Work Citation

Miller, P. (2018, April). Midwife-delivered low intensity EMDR-based procedures for postpartum-PTSD and pathological fear of childbirth.  Presentation at the EMDR Early Intervention and Crisis Response Global Summit Conference, Natick, MA

Collection

Citation

“Midwife-delivered low intensity EMDR-based procedures for postpartum-PTSD and pathological fear of childbirth,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 13, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/25368.

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