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Informed professional input and support in the field of Somatic Pre- and Perinatal Psychology (SPPP) which touches deeply into foundational imprinting laid down from the preconception through newborn period. Understand yourself and your clients’ core issues, beliefs, attachment issues and soul imprints originating in this foundational period. Early trauma often remains unseen as it sits in our Soul Body silently affecting relationships and attachment, embodiment and presence, health, parenting, pregnancy and birthing – every aspect of life.
Practitioners and therapists are encouraged to become more familiar with their Pre and Perinatal imprinting. Our own creation journey is alive and active within us every day, affecting our work and driving the call to our chosen vocations.
Within the relational container of supervision receive support for holding the deeper layers of foundational imprinting from pre-conception through the perinatal period. Pre-verbal material and the nature of early imprinting can be understood and held therapeutically.
In working with foundational imprints it’s important as a practitioner to be able to recognize and differentiate your own early imprinting, which can arise in relation to your clients experiences. Sequencing issues, difficult transitions, mistaken beliefs, deep-seated fear and terror, physiological responses that don’t make sense, e.g. panic attacks when there is no threat in present time, are signs that early imprints are at play.
Support and insight that supports improved pregnancy, birthing and attachment outcomes, and more empowered mom’s and baby’s. Pregnant and birthing clients often repeat their own early imprints in the present. E.g. a difficult or traumatic birth is often a repeat of a mom’s own birth dynamics. These dynamics are preventable with some information and consciousness raising with pregnant parents and they also support conscious early parenting practices.
Many birthing professionals burn out because they are recapitulating their own early imprints unconsciously in their work. Understanding where you are coming from as a professional and what has drawn you to your field of work is empowering. Support your clients in not repeating their own womb and birth trauma imprinting. For a deeper look at these subjects go to my Articles pages to read, “How Birthing Professionals Can Improve Birthing Outcomes.”