Birth Trauma

Experiences that may contribute to post-traumatic symptoms:

  • Complications that required an assisted birth or emergency c-section
  • Long labour or a quick painful delivery
  • Fear for your life or your baby during labour and birth
  • Health concerns
  • Loss of control, insensitivity and sometimes even rough treatment by medical providers
  • Traumatic experiences in your past

Counselling for Traumatic Birth can help you to:

  • eliminate post-traumatic symptoms
  • regain feelings of safety and control
  • reduce or eliminate symptoms of anxiety/depression
  • prepare for another pregnancy
  • set a template for a positive future birth experience

Category: Prenatal

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Registered Clinical Counsellor in Maple Ridge, British Columbia