Healing emotionally following birth trauma
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117: Healing Emotionally Following Birth Trauma

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Last week on First Time Mum’s Chat I had my first of two chats about healing emotionally and physically following birth trauma with Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner and Restorative Pilates Instructor, Prudence Todd.

During that episode we discussed about healing your body from  birth trauma and now in this week’s episode Prudence and I are exploring healing emotionally after your birth when there’s been trauma.

During our chat, you’ll hear Prudence talk about:-

  • Identifying what birth trauma you have experienced and not basing this on other people’s perceptions or experiences.
  • The importance of going from a highly critical inner dialogue to one that is loving, compassionate, supportive and nurturing to support your healing emotionally following birth trauma.
  • Why you need to learn to go within and connect with your body and build trust.

And much more…

Links Mentioned in the Episode

Listen to my other interview with Prudence Todd, Episode 116 – Healing Your Body After Birth: Tips For Recovery.

A Selection of Other First Time Mum’s Chat Episodes Relating to Healing Your Body After Birth

Read Episode Transcript Here

About Prudence Todd

Prudence Todd

Prudence Todd is the Founder of Your Womanhood and deeply passionate about women’s experience of womanhood, birth and beyond.

As a previous Midwife and now Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner and Restorative Pilates Instructor, Prudence helps women heal their heart and body after birth trauma with her online and in person healing sessions.

She specialises in guiding women to reconnect with their bodies, access their intuitive wisdom and medicine within and in turn heal pelvic floor trauma and dysfunction.

Prudence believes our womanhood is the portal to so much that rests within in us and that birth and pelvic floor dysfunction calls us home to address these issues.

Prudence loves to gather women together across cultures and generations to share wisdoms and give language to what women experience in their body’s as a birthing woman.

Prudence loves surfing with her family, spending time with their new puppy and being in nature.

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