Connecting the Rainbow
Healing Perinatal Trauma with Jana Glass, LPC, PMH-C
This training to deepen professionals' understanding of trauma in the perinatal period has two distinct parts:
Day 1 is open to all professionals working with perinatal clients. The information presented will increase knowledge of the effect of trauma on birthgivers and families. The main themes woven into the training are the lens of grief, the lens of trauma, the systemic challenges this population faces, and the skill set needed to be effective with this population while supporting people throughout their healing process.
Day 2 will build on the foundational knowledge laid on Day 1, and will be specifically for those practitioners with Brainspotting experience
Starting on Day 1, The Rainbow Arc of Perinatal Trauma© will be introduced with a focus on each stage and phase in which perinatal trauma can occur - from contemplation of family expansion all the way through to the postpartum period. This dynamic and creative training will incorporate creative expression elements and a creative healing arts project. Guest lecturer, Dr. Janelle Peifer will share information on the impact on communities of color during the perinatal period. Participants will also get to hear firsthand from perinatal trauma survivors by listening to their personal journeys with time for questions.
If you are NOT yet trained in Brainspotting, click here to register for solely Day 1 of this training.
If you are trained in Brainspotting, register on this page for the training bundle, which includes Day 1 and 2 of this training.
Register by April 21, 2023 to receive a creative and healing art package via mail that includes materials to use during the training for a healing arts activity and some self-care items for you!
This one-day experiential training will increase your scope of practice in understanding and healing perinatal trauma in all the stages and phases it occurs.
This two-day experiential training will increase your scope of practice in understanding and healing perinatal trauma in all the stages and phases it occurs.
Register for Day 1 here:
Guest lecturer on Day 1
We offer tiered pricing for all of our trainings in order to make our courses accessible to as many practitioners as possible. If you are unsure which tier of payment is right for your financial situation, please read through our FAQ section below or visit our website.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a multi-month payment plan. We are always happy to create a custom payment plan to make it more feasible for everyone to participate in our courses.
Participation in all sections of training and submission of a course evaluation is required to receive a CE Certificate for this course. This two-day training is approved for 16 CE credit hours by the following approval agencies:
This course is approved by Postpartum Support International (PSI) for continuing education towards maintaining or obtaining the PMH-C.
This course is cosponsored by Integrative Therapy of Greater Washington. Integrative Therapy of Greater Washington is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Integrative Therapy of Greater Washington maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
This course is approved through academic sponsorship by the University of Georgia School of Social Work for the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists.
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