The Prenatal Bonding Course is offered in English and French. With this globaI initiative
 I would like to invite and welcome participants from all over the world so that mothers-to-be and their unborn children may profit from this ground-breaking method which helps pregnant women to develop a deep loving bond with their unborn babies.

There will only be one online prenatal bonding course in English in 2021 starting 5 November and ending 10 December.

Course Details:

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
Course Dates:
5./12./19./26.11.21 and 3./10.12.21

- The extraordinary importance of      PRENATAL BONDING 
What do you learn in this course? The course participants practice self-awareness and self-perception in connection with their own pregnancy and birth; elements of regression therapy are being used. 

- 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 classification - Possible bonding problems
- Prenatal Bonding - a method of  prevention and generating  salutogenesis 
- Prenatal attachment and brain    research 
- Impact of maternal stress during  pregnancy on the prenatal baby
- How does the baby experience  birth?  
- The lost twin syndrome
- Self-regulatory disorders of the  newborn and their prenatal origins - Impact of „ART Technology“  (Assisted Reproduction  Technology) on the prenatal baby's  psyche
- Role of mirror neurons 
- Bonding capacity of the „prenatal“  father
- Birth preparation
- Impact of the transmission of  epigenetic structures from one  generation to the next 
- Special support for women having  experienced sexual abuse or any  other form of violence 

Verantwortlicher für die Datenverarbeitung

Christa Balkenhol-Wright





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