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If you've struggled with feelings, emotions and thoughts after having a baby, you might be like the countless other parents who identify as experiencing trauma on this journey. Although research suggests around 43% of birthing people consider their experience to be traumatic (and this doesn't include those experiencing trauma before, during and after pregnancy) there is very little acknowledgement of this fact, socially and medically, and even less resources to respond to this crisis.

This book is 70 pages of evidence-based content to equip you with understanding about your brain's response to trauma - and more importantly, give you the power to counter the trauma response. It will explain how trauma happens in relation to maternity care and includes a comprehensive section on tips, strategies and resources for positive change after a traumatic experience (including that all-too-frightening idea of having another baby).

After Birth & Other Trauma guide

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