Challenges of parenting after birth
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102: Building Trust With Your Baby Using Secure Attachment Parenting

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Something that is incredibly important when interacting with your little one during those early days is to practice secure attachment parenting, do all you can towards building trust and closen your bond with them. I teach parents how to closen their connection regularly via baby massage. In this episode I’m talking about secure attachment parenting, building trust and why building a secure attachment bond is so important.

In episode 97 of First Time Mum’s Chat, Adjusting to the Challenges of Parenting After Birth, I interviewed the wonderful Dr Diane Speier, an author, birth and postpartum professional with over 40 years experience and I thought who better to discuss this topic with!

You’ll hear Diane share the history of secure attachment parenting and we discuss building trust and how to improve the connection with your little one and ways to give them a healthy sense of self and build a loving, empathetic relationship.

And much more!

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About Dr. Diane Speier

Dr. Diane Speier

Dr. Diane Speier is a practicing psychotherapist and hypnotherapist, specializing in perinatal psychology, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and recovering from birth trauma.

Before immigrating to the UK, she was the founder/director of The Family Tree Centre for Parents in New York, offering classes, groups and workshops for prospective and new parents for 20 years. Diane became a certified childbirth educator and started attending births as a doula in 1978. Her book, Life After Birth: A Parent’s Holistic Guide for Thriving in the Fourth Trimester (Praeclarus Press, 2019), draws on 40+ years of experience helping parents make a smooth transition from pregnancy to parenthood. Digital Doula®2.0, its companion app, is designed to complement and supplement the book with additional material and resources not included in the book, and brings the links in the book to life.

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