TRAINING COURSE ONLINE „PRENATAL BONDING FACILITATOR“ A Special Training Course for Midwives, Doulas, Bodytherapists, Gynecologists, Yoga Trainers And Members of All Professional Groups Taking Care of Pregnant Women 

Become a bonding facilitator to help mothers-to-be to develop their bonding capacity during pregnancy

Concept modelled on the „Bonding Analysis“ as originally developed by Dr G. Hidas & Dr J. Raffai

Training Instructor: 
Christa Balkenhol-Wright Certified Bonding Facilitator
Regression Mentoring 

Overall Course Duration: 32 Hours – 8 sessions 
For further details about course costs and course enrollment
please contact me via email: 
vorgeburtliche-eltern-baby-bindung@gmx.de
or call me at:
Tel.: +49-2435-5679927 +49-177-4156865 

COURSE CONTENT

- The extraordinary importance of PRENATAL BONDING

- What do you learn in this course?

- Guided regression for participants 

- History and development of „Bonding Analysis“ 

- Brief introduction to Prenatal Psychology

- Detailed procedure of Bonding Analysis step by step

- In-depth anamnesis pertaining to the pregnant woman's own case history

- Communication channels between mother and baby in utero. 

- Advantages of prenatal bonding and attachment for mother and baby. For whom is the bonding analysis recommendable and suitable?

- Devising a ficticious case history

- Bowlby's attachment theory

- Outlining of different attachment/bonding disorders and their possible origins

- Possible bonding problems a pregnant woman might have 

- Strengthening baby's resilience capacity via improved bonding 

- Prenatal attachment and the discoveries of brain research

- ADHD symptomatology 

- Impact of maternal stress during pregnancy on the prenatal baby. 

- How does the baby experience birth?

- Trauma caused by losing one or more twins at the beginning of the pegnancy 

- Self-regulatory disorders of the newborn and their prenatal origins

- Baby therapies for resolving self-regulatory disorders attributable to birth trauma

- Impact of „Assisted Reproduction Technology“ on the prenatal baby's psyche 

- Function and role of the mirror neurons

- Bonding capacity of the „prenatal“ father

- Mother and baby share birth preparation and practice birth rehearsal

- Epigenetics 

- Brief embryogenesis

- Special support for women having experienced sexual abuse or any other form of violence

Dates: 6./13./20./27 November and 4./11. December 2020; 12.00 - 5.30 pm