Skip to main content

Tagged With "Baby"

Blog Post

Prevention: Bringing Baby Home Training of Facilitators

Carolyn Curtis ·
A friend of mine recently referred her grandchild and his pregnant wife to a Bringing Baby Home class, because she noticed that the wife had a horrible background of abuse and at times had difficulty functioning. What the grandmother noticed with this couple was a change in the family dynamics. the couple knows how to get along, the father is engaged in parenting, and the baby thriving. This is really starting at the root of the problem. 20 years ago, Drs. John and Julie Gottman worked with...
Blog Post

Birth and Attachment Book Review

Myrna Martin ·
A review of Myrna Martin's short and direct pamphlet about the importance and approach to "co-creating secure attachment". The book is available in four languages and can be found at www.myrnamartin.net/books
Comment

Re: Trauma Informed Care from the Baby's Perspective

Tina Faber ·
Your attachments are so tiny that I can't read them. When I try to make them larger, they become blurry. Can you re-attach?
Blog Post

All hands on deck (from a distance): remote care for traumatized moms and babies

Jonathan Joseph Goldfinger ·
Dear colleague, Coronavirus is forcing providers and allied professionals serving mothers and babies to make unprecedented decisions. Should pregnant women needing care go through our hospital quarantine entrance? Should moms deliver without partners, family or doulas present? Be sent home early before key screenings or jaundice treatment are completed? To make matters worse, our systems aren't ready for basic remote care of mothers and infants now "socially distanced". Prenatal, post-partum...
Blog Post

BABY ACES: When we consider the traumas that qualify as ACEs, babies need their own list.

Laura Haynes Collector ·
Babies are obviously very different from older children developmentally, including their ability to understand and process trauma. Indeed, a baby may be completely unaware of an actual ACE— say, the incarceration of their father— which a middle schooler would be painfully aware of. Yet at the same time, the baby could be much-more-acutely impacted by the secondary effect of this same ACE: a sad, stressed, and distracted mother. Similarly, if a parent dies in a car accident when a child is in...
Blog Post

Trauma Informed Care from the Baby's Perspective

Kate White ·
The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health is pioneering a model of care that includes the baby starting at conception. Our model also includes transgenerational and intergenerational trauma, prenatal experiences, birth and attachment and bonding. We have a conference on this topic October 5-7, 2018, in Denver, CO. See: https://birthpsychology.com/2018-conference/welcome I will be a the Zero to Three conference representing our programs for a poster session. If you are...
Comment

Re: Prevention: Bringing Baby Home Training of Facilitators

Carolyn Curtis ·
I am sorry that I posted the wrong dates: May 17-18 in Sacramento. Thank you Carolyn
Comment

Re: All hands on deck (from a distance): remote care for traumatized moms and babies

Former Member ·
I would like to see infant mental health folks comment on this because what you are proposing is very serious and can have serious lifelong adverse consequences. How about any of the Pediatric Doctors out of Ed Tronick’s UMass program? How about anyone from that program or similar programs comment here? What would Dr. Brazelton think? There is so much you can do face to face with the mother and baby that you just cannot do on a screen because it is the actual feeling of presence and...
Post
© 2020 ACEsConnection.com. All rights reserved.
×
×
×
×