Healing Birth Trauma

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Fourth Trimester Podcast Episode 59: Healing Birth Trauma

Addressing a Potential Trauma

Every woman deserves the opportunity to fully heal and recover from birth trauma. It is never too late to address a past trauma.

Listen to this episode of Fourth Trimester Podcast to hear:

  • How to recognize that you’ve experienced trauma or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • How to begin addressing a potential trauma – the first steps to take for healing

Gena McCarthy, RN, MFT

Gena McCarthy RN, MFT is an EMDR certified perinatal psychotherapist specializing in the spiritual and psychological care needs of parents and professionals, including trauma informed care and healing practices.

She developed two local Perinatal Integrative Health Programs and a model for healing perinatal trauma effectively and in ways that feels safe and supported. She offers 1-1 sessions and workshops using this model as well as mentors professionals to learn and offer it. Her website is birthspiritualityandhealing.com

If you are interested in becoming a Birth Spirituality and Healing Facilitator for these workshops and also Parent Ceremonies, you can find out about the next Perinatal Wellness and Trauma Informed Practices Workshop at birthspiritualityandhealing.com

You can contact Gena directly at [email protected].

Video Interview on Healing Birth Trauma, Maternal Wellness:

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