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Our Next Available Workshops

ND Birth -SUPPORTING NEURODIVERGENT PEOPLE IN PREGNANCY, BIRTH AND BEYOND

Our Next Available Workshops

ND Birth - SUPPORTING NEURODIVERGENT PEOPLE IN PREGNANCY, BIRTH AND BEYOND

Our Next Available Workshops

Supporting Neurodivergent Birth
Workshop for Birthworkers

Next workshops

June 29th and 30th 2024 - 10am-1pm both days. Via Zoom.

I loved the open attitude of the facilitators as well as their own honesty about their experiences. It really helped me to open my mind more to support all people and their experiences of pregnancy, postpartum and birth.

I loved the open attitude of the facilitators as well as their own honesty about their experiences. It really helped me to open my mind more to support all people and their experiences of pregnancy, postpartum and birth.

Katie, London

The timing of this workshop works well with the training split between two morning sessions. There were plenty of discussions around how neurodivergency can impact the perinatal experience and how neurodivergent people may be perceived by care providers. The training included several breakout sessions for the participants to discuss different case studies and scenarios and the groups were changed every time so although on zoom we got the chance to talk with all other participants, which was great. The case studies presented during the training, both as part of the overall conversation and of the breakout sessions were really helpful to gather examples of how different people may experience neurodiversity in different ways. The second day was focussed on ways to develop skills and ideas to support neurodivergent clients and the resources provided are really helpful.

The timing of this workshop works well with the training split between two morning sessions. There were plenty of discussions around how neurodivergency can impact the perinatal experience and how neurodivergent people may be perceived by care providers. The training included several breakout sessions for the participants to discuss different case studies and scenarios and the groups were changed every time so although on zoom we got the chance to talk with all other participants, which was great. The case studies presented during the training, both as part of the overall conversation and of the breakout sessions were really helpful to gather examples of how different people may experience neurodiversity in different ways. The second day was focussed on ways to develop skills and ideas to support neurodivergent clients and the resources provided are really helpful.

Amelia, Glasgow

I really enjoyed the two session that Victoria and Sam delivered for The Calm Birth School Instructors. It was professional, yet relaxed and incredibly insightful. If you are a birth worker, this is a CPD course that you MUST have on your to-do list

I really enjoyed the two session that Victoria delivered for The Calm Birth School Instructors. It was professional, yet relaxed and incredibly insightful. If you are a birth worker, this is a CPD course that you MUST have on your to-do list

Sophia, Exeter

The workshop was well structured and presented in a very clear way. I have come away from it feeling much more confident to support ND people during perinatal period.

The workshop was well structured and presented in a very clear way. I have come away from it feeling much more confident to support ND people during perinatal period.

Isabella, Liverpool

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