- Recognize the psychological and physical disorders frequently seen in adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
- List common life events that trigger memories of childhood sexual abuse
- Name specific behaviors in a pregnant or laboring client that may be associated with a history of sexual abuse
- Develop skills that foster communication with clients dealing with difficult situations
- Describe specific strategies that can be used to help the survivor cope with physical symptoms, flashbacks, fears, and body memories
In other words: You will increase your skills in supporting women who have survived traumatic experiences and help these clients develop specific strategies for the birth and postpartum period.
TENS–Non-Pharmacological Pain Relief in Labor
- List the benefits of using TENS for pain relief in labor
- Cite contraindications for use of TENS
- Demonstrate the proper placement of TENS for a laboring woman
- Describe appropriate protocols for hospital use of TENS
In other words: “I found TENS an absolute God-send and would use it again like a shot. It got me through most of my labor until transition. I found it pleasant to use.” (quote from a Mom in labor)
To Register for this training, please visit:
||October 8, 2011
||Salt Lake City, Utah
||9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
||$60 (Limited to the first ten (10) registrants.)
||Registration includes course handouts, personalized essential oil blend and lunch. Approved for 4 DONA CEU’s.