Make Birth Better Birth Training Event

When: 27th April 2020
Venue: Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, 40 Holborn Viaduct, London EC1N 2PZ
Cost: £59.88/ £97.61

9.30am-4.30pm on Monday, 27th April

Make Birth Better is a unique collective of parents and professionals dedicated to ending suffering from birth trauma. This is their second training event. The day will focus on:

  • Learning about the Make Birth Better model and how to use it
  • Learning skills to help prevent birth trauma and support people affected by it
  • Reflection and networking

The programme includes:

  • How to use the Make Birth Better model (Dr Rebecca Moore and Dr Jan Smyth)
  • How health professionals can use body awareness to prevent vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue (Julianne Boutaleb)
  • How to assess birth trauma using the City Birth Trauma scale (Professor Susan Ayres, City University of London and Dr Alex Thornton)
  • Practical ways to apply compassion both in taking care of yourself and others (Dr Jan Smyth and Nikki Wilson)

Each attendee will receive a copy of the Make Birth Better Training Manual (2nd edition). Lunch and refreshments will also be provided.

To book tickets, please visit: https://www.makebirthbetter.org/training
Please note there are two ticket prices available: full and discount. Please use the discount price if your means don't stretch to the full ticket price.

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