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My new Mum as You Are podcast Birth Trauma Training for Birth Workers

    • Education

I wanted to stop by and say thanks for supporting this podcast, and to introduce my new one- Mum As You Are. https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/mum-as-you-are/id1577282849

This new podcast is unpolished and unfancy. A 10 minute or so convo each week to explore ways to work with parental burnout and depletion and isolation and guilt that are really practical, focussed on radical self-compassion and really having fun. 

This less of a here’s the A-Z on parenting topics and more about Motherhood as an identity and an institution and where mental health fits within that. 

Earlier this year I stopped using social media for my business and personally as well. It’s been one of the most rebellious things I could do and it’s been life changing. It has really brought me to question the ways in which I have used numbing and what you might call shadow comforts as replacement for real proper fun and real proper support. 

This is not about saying don’t use social media – if you are a mum in business and genuinely seen results from it more power to you sister, however, I do come from the standpoint that this is our generation’s addiction. I think mothers are settling for substandard, faux-fun and while we are familiar with the old ‘do self care” I think a huge part of what’s missing in the motherhood mental health conversation is the idea of fun – like real, belly laugh I feel like myself not just someone’s mother or a worker – fun. That’s the crux of what I’m interested in exploring here.

If you want to follow me over there, new episodes come out weekly https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/mum-as-you-are/id1577282849 

You can reach me: dr.erinbowe@gmail.com

Books:

More Than a Healthy Baby: Finding Strength & Growth After After Birth Trauma

https://amzn.to/3PbdohA

Birth Trauma: Tools to Cope

https://amzn.to/3Ri67i8

Courses:

Birth trauma training for birth workers the online course has over 2700 students from 42 countries

https://doctorerin.com.au/btt-full-sales-page

More Than a Healthy Baby: How to Cope With Birth Trauma is perfect for people who are navigating their own trauma.

It’s an a la carte menu of some of my best tools and strategies. It’s not a replacement for therapy but it’s a starting point.

https://www.udemy.com/course/more-than-a-healthy-baby-how-to-cope-with-birth-trauma/?referralCode=092FFCAF4E5C01984978

Course Creation for the Caring Professions - how to make your own online course!

https://doctorerin.com.au/course-creation-full-sales-page

I wanted to stop by and say thanks for supporting this podcast, and to introduce my new one- Mum As You Are. https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/mum-as-you-are/id1577282849

This new podcast is unpolished and unfancy. A 10 minute or so convo each week to explore ways to work with parental burnout and depletion and isolation and guilt that are really practical, focussed on radical self-compassion and really having fun. 

This less of a here’s the A-Z on parenting topics and more about Motherhood as an identity and an institution and where mental health fits within that. 

Earlier this year I stopped using social media for my business and personally as well. It’s been one of the most rebellious things I could do and it’s been life changing. It has really brought me to question the ways in which I have used numbing and what you might call shadow comforts as replacement for real proper fun and real proper support. 

This is not about saying don’t use social media – if you are a mum in business and genuinely seen results from it more power to you sister, however, I do come from the standpoint that this is our generation’s addiction. I think mothers are settling for substandard, faux-fun and while we are familiar with the old ‘do self care” I think a huge part of what’s missing in the motherhood mental health conversation is the idea of fun – like real, belly laugh I feel like myself not just someone’s mother or a worker – fun. That’s the crux of what I’m interested in exploring here.

If you want to follow me over there, new episodes come out weekly https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/mum-as-you-are/id1577282849 

You can reach me: dr.erinbowe@gmail.com

Books:

More Than a Healthy Baby: Finding Strength & Growth After After Birth Trauma

https://amzn.to/3PbdohA

Birth Trauma: Tools to Cope

https://amzn.to/3Ri67i8

Courses:

Birth trauma training for birth workers the online course has over 2700 students from 42 countries

https://doctorerin.com.au/btt-full-sales-page

More Than a Healthy Baby: How to Cope With Birth Trauma is perfect for people who are navigating their own trauma.

It’s an a la carte menu of some of my best tools and strategies. It’s not a replacement for therapy but it’s a starting point.

https://www.udemy.com/course/more-than-a-healthy-baby-how-to-cope-with-birth-trauma/?referralCode=092FFCAF4E5C01984978

Course Creation for the Caring Professions - how to make your own online course!

https://doctorerin.com.au/course-creation-full-sales-page

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