Language Of Pre and Perinatal Therapy

with Kate White
There is growing interest and acceptance in therapy and science that the baby has experiences prenatally and during birth that may lay down a template for lifelong health. Yet practitioners and researchers get mystified by the language that many of our pioneer practitioners use.

Pre- and Perinatal Psychology has been around for decades. This presentation introduces listeners to the way experienced practitioners in the prenatal and perinatal psychology field talk about the work, representing influences from several different disciplines, especially Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Attachment Theory, bodywork and somatic therapies, Polarity Therapy, and the group of people known as pre- and perinatal practitioners.

Kate White is a Craniosacral and massage therapist and a prenatal and early childhood educator who works and teaches in the United States.
  • Entry Level
  • Descriptive
  • Theoretical
  • Powerpoint
  • 60 minute class
  • life-long access to recording

Learning outcomes

  • Gain an overview and understanding of the terminology used in pre- and perinatal psychology

who can this benefit

  • Birth practitioners wanting to deepen their knowledge of pre- and perinatal psychology
  • Anyone interested in the field of pre- and perinatal psychology

Kate White

Craniosacral and Massage Therapist