Everyone can benefit from processing their birth experience, but it can be extremely beneficial for those experiencing any of the following:

 

- A lack of confidence in your ability to parent or rejection of your natural instincts
- Hypervigilance in your care of your baby​
- Feelings of disappointment or emptiness

- ​Feelings of failure

- Anger with your partner​
- Feeling so overwhelmed by the trauma of your birth that you are having a hard time fully expressing your love for your baby

- Feeling disconnected and ambivalent

- Feelings of fear or dread regarding future or subsequent pregnancy

Situations That May Contribute to Unresolved Feelings After Birth:

- A long labor, or a very fast painful labor

- Lack of privacy or dignity

- Feeling unheard or coerced

- Situation that felt physically or emotionally violating

- Fear for baby’s or your own safety

- NICU stay

- Previous trauma

- Not feeling adequately supported

- Complications that arose during the pregnancy, labor, or postpartum period

- Unexpected transport to the hospital with a planned home birth

- Unexpected cesarean birth

- Miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss

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Birth Processing
and signs that you may benefit 

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Note: all prospective clients have a no-cost, one hour meet and greet with me

Thank you for reaching out, I'll get back to you within 48 hours and we can schedule your free consultation at that time. If you do not hear from me in a timely fashion, please follow up with me. Births happen and emails get lost sometimes!