Courses for Professionals

Our range of courses are aimed at HCPs, Birth Professionals and Pre & Postnatal specialists.

It's time to upskill!

 

And become part of the solution to the perinatal mental health problems experienced by so many parents

The path to parenthood is very often a rocky and challenging one. Difficult fertility journeys, recurrent miscarriage, loss, premature birth, birth trauma and injury, difficulty feeding and sleeping are some of the very common troubles that parents encounter along their way.

However there is very little appreciation from the medical or maternity community of the devastating impact that these events can have on a person's mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Between 10 and 30% of women experience postnatal depression in their first year, yet less than half seek support. Over half of this number are still experiencing depression after their postpartum year.*

A survey carried out by leading baby loss charity SANDS in 2019 found that 60% of bereaved parents felt they needed specialist support after their baby died, but were not able to access it on the NHS." **

For those parents who have experienced premature birth and NICU stays 16% experience PTSD symptoms afterwards according to a 2018 survey by the charity Bliss, yet 45% said they had no access to specialist support afterwards.***

Additionally many of these issues are taboo in modern western society which adds to peoples experience of isolation, shame and loss of hope.

For parents experiencing these issues there is very little specialist support available from professionals who understand the nuances and challenges that arise for perinatal mental and emotional health. Yet there is a huge desire and need from parents to be well at this time.

This is why TBR College of Perinatal Emotional Health is passionate about sharing knowledge, skills and therapeutic frameworks with birth professionals who are already perfectly placed to offer support to parents who are suffering.



** BLAW Out of Sight report https://babyloss-awareness.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/BLAW-Out-of-Sight-Out-of-Mind-Report-2019.pdf
*** Bliss Charity research 2018 https://www.bliss.org.uk/news/bliss-releases-new-research-on-mental-health

 

I believe we are now entering a new age of understanding about our emotional health and wellbeing and that a new generation of parents are more articulate about their feelings than ever before. 

Additionally medical communities are also beginning to appreciate the importance of the mind body connection. Western medicine is waking up to the fact that poor mental health long term does indeed have an impact on physical health and to separate the two when thinking about holistic health is a mistake. 

The health of parents is vital if they are to be expected to nurture the next generation of society well. To overlook the importance of good, optimum health at this life stage is robbing the next generation of the opportunity to experience good health and wellbeing too.

All of our courses are CPD recognised, include free monthly small group supervision and membership to a closed community of professionals practicing with these skills, techniques and knowledge.

TBR Three Step Rewind 

Online Course

Bring Relief with your Debrief

Online Course

Date: Opens March 2021.  More information

Date: Open for Enrolment Now!  More information

Supporting Baby loss and Miscarriage

Online Course

Understanding Perinatal Depression

Online Course

Date: Open for Enrolment Now!  More information

Date: Opens January 2021. More information

 

Understanding Perinatal Anxiety 

Online Course

Certificate in Perinatal Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Online and In-person (London)

Date: Opens June 2021.  More information

Date: Opens soon! December 2020.  More information

TBR Three Step Rewind 

Online Course

Date: Opens March 2021.  More information

Bring Relief with your Debrief

Online Course

Date: Open for Enrolment Now!  More information

Supporting Baby loss and Miscarriage

Online Course

Date: Open for Enrolment Now!  More information

Understanding Perinatal Depression

Online Course

Date: Opens January 2021. More information

 

Understanding Perinatal Anxiety 

Online Course

Date: Opens June 2021.  More information

Certificate in Perinatal Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Online and In-person (London)

Date: Opens soon! December 2020.  More information

Upcoming Courses

*New for 2021!*

Supporting Recovery from Birth Injury - Online Course

Date: Opens April 2021.  More information

*New for 2021*

Supporting BIPOC parents through the perinatal stage

Date: Opens July 2021.  More information

Supporting Survivors of Abuse Perinatally

Date: Opens May 2021.  More information

Understanding and Supporting IVF and Fertility Journeys

Date: Opens February 2021.  More information

*New for 2021*

Practical skills in Hypnosis, Mindfulness and Meditation for the perinatal period

Dates: Opens October 2021.  More information

Upcoming Courses

*New for 2021!*

Supporting Recovery from Birth Injury - Online Course

*New for 2021*

Supporting BIPOC parents through the perinatal stage

Date: Opens April 2021.  More information

Date: Opens July 2021.  More information

Supporting Survivors of Abuse Perinatally

Understanding and Supporting IVF and Fertility Journeys

Date: Opens May 2021.  More information

Date: Opens February 2021.  More information

*New for 2021*

Practical skills in Hypnosis, Mindfulness and Meditation for the perinatal period

Dates: Opens October 2021.  More information

All of TBR college courses come with:

Save 5% on other TBR course bookings

Once you have purchased one course, you will automatically receive 5% off on all of TBR other courses.

FREE monthly supervision

Small group supervision is available for all students and practitioners with Traumatic Birth Recovery.

These online sessions are held once a month and aim to support reflective practice and continued learning and development.

Access to our closed community

Our Facebook group is a safe supportive place to ask questions and share experiences with other students.