Stage 4 of Birth
with Karlton Terry
Interesting and easy to understand and relate to, aspects of the menagerie of events, influences, and consequences from the pre & perinatal world.
Stage Four of birth, known as the primal bonding window, occurs when the baby’s body is finally born. It is signified by a few general traumas, particularly if the birth has occurred in a hospital: premature cutting of the cord; prevention of maternal bonding and isolation; and interventions involving manipulation or invasion (weighing, scrubbing, suction, heel pricks, etc.). Stage Four is an interesting stage, different from the other birth stages, because there is likely to be some coherence between the stories, as told by baby body language, and the parents’ story about the birth.
Unlike the preceding stages, where most parents can only guess what was going on, one or both parents usually witness the baby and its circumstances during Stage Four.
Join Karlton as he presents basic approaches to address birth trauma issues that arise during this stage of birth.
To support yourself and your client
90 minute class
life-long access to recording
- To have a space for your inquiries, whether personal or for your client
- Learn and grow in your awarness and skills
who can this benefit
- Birth practitioners who would like to deepen their own personal journey
- Birth practitioners who would like support in their own work with clients
- Parents who would like to deepen their awareness of pre and perinatal understanding