46 min

Episode 46 Stop Scheduling Your C-Sections & Other Truths About Birth Trauma (ft. Tara Kanerva) Life After PTSD

    • Mental Health

In this episode Tara Kanerva of Inspired Outcomes joins Jeff to talk about how her practice began by working with birth traumas and mothers preparing for the birthing experience.  Topics discussed include the unnecessary scheduling of c-sections by health mothers fearing birth trauma or unaware of the beauty the experience can be, how birth traumas can be readily and easily cleared using NLP and the benefits of using a doula in the child birthing process.  



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©2019 Life After PTSD



birth trauma, PTSD, Jeff Mclaughlin, Guelph, Ontario, Caesarean section, labor, delivery, newborn, post traumatic stress disorder, RTM, NLP, therapy, counseling, intervention


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In this episode Tara Kanerva of Inspired Outcomes joins Jeff to talk about how her practice began by working with birth traumas and mothers preparing for the birthing experience.  Topics discussed include the unnecessary scheduling of c-sections by health mothers fearing birth trauma or unaware of the beauty the experience can be, how birth traumas can be readily and easily cleared using NLP and the benefits of using a doula in the child birthing process.  



Any rebroadcast or retransmission of an episode, without the express written consent of Life After PTSD, is prohibited.

©2019 Life After PTSD



birth trauma, PTSD, Jeff Mclaughlin, Guelph, Ontario, Caesarean section, labor, delivery, newborn, post traumatic stress disorder, RTM, NLP, therapy, counseling, intervention


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeafterptsd/support

46 min