I am very proud to announce that I have had my logo selected by the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health this week in the re-branding of their Conscious Baby Program. The APPPAH carries out pioneering research in understanding how the conditions of the intrauterine environment, birth and early infancy influence human development.
Through this they gain fascinating insight into the importance of strong parental bonding experiences, attunement, communication, loving responsive attention, and how these things help to develop healthy attachment patterns, resilience, stronger immune systems, better emotional self-regulation and a deeply ingrained sense of self-worth.
At the same time deepening our understanding of what happens when pre-natal, birth or early life neglect, distress and trauma occur; how this presents in later life and this leads us to more informed and effective Psychotheraputic practices.
After all if we wish to fully understand any story we need to start at the beginning.
For anyone with little ones, working with children or an interest in Psychology, I would highly recommend checking out their resources over at:
Or the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health’s main site at: www.birthpsychology.com