Do you want to learn what hypnobirthing is all about and the best way you can be supporting your hypnobirthing clients?
The Hypnobirthing Australia™ ethos believes we are all working with the same goal in mind – to help birthing mothers and babies have a safe, calm and positive birth experience.
The Hypnobirthing Australia™ program also recognises the difference that supportive caregivers can make to this goal.
That is why we designed this course especially for you – medical professionals (midwives, student midwives, obstetricians, doctors, nurses) – who wish to learn the basic philosophy and tools of hypnobirthing so that you can best support parents who choose to use this method of birthing.
Participants of this intensive training are not qualified to teach the Hypnobirthing Australia™ Program – however, if you are interested in our Practitioner Training please click here for more info.
This special one-day, intensive workshop is specifically designed to give you an understanding of the hypnobirthing philosophy, language, and tools that you can utilise in your very important role of supporting birthing mothers and families.
This course is endorsed for 10 CPD points by the Australian College of Midwives.
In our ‘Supportive Caregivers Training’ we will cover:
- Introduction to positive mindset of hypnobirthing
- Causes of fear and how it affects labour (psychological, emotional, physical)
- How caregivers can best help and support hypnobirthing parents
- What is hypnosis and how it is used through pregnancy and birth
- Reprogramming the subconscious – conditioning techniques used
- The importance of a calm birthing environment
- The language for empowered birthing
- Releasing endorphins through touch
- Introducing our toolkit for birth – breathing, visualisation, relaxation
- Self-hypnosis techniques – how parents use them through pregnancy and birth
- The power of triggers, anchors, suggestions and self-hypnosis during birth
- Prompts that can be used during birth
- Birth Preferences – the importance of open communication, negotiation and respecting women’s choices
- Special circumstances
- Releasing our own fears and reservations
- Techniques and tools to manage stress. Deep relaxation techniques for caregivers (caregivers need nurturing too!)
“The largest organ involved in childbirth is the Brain.’ ~ Hannah Dahlen 2016
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