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    Birth Trauma Association - UK

    Helping people traumatised by childbirth 💙 parents supporting parents 💙 raising our voices, breaking the silence around birth trauma 💙
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Inspiring afternoon at Mumsnet HQ, working with other activists and HCPs to improve maternity rights and put women at the heart of decision making about their care in pregnancy and labour 💙 @the.bare.mum
Inspiring afternoon at Mumsnet HQ, working with other activists and HCPs to improve maternity rights and put women at the heart of decision making about their care in pregnancy and labour 💙 @the.bare.mum
So, another busy Awareness Week has drawn to a close... but here’s one last positivity thread for you all: In the past week we have received some incredibly powerful stories of warrior women, supportive partners, solid friendships and healthcare heroes -…
So, another busy Awareness Week has drawn to a close... but here’s one last positivity thread for you all: In the past week we have received some incredibly powerful stories of warrior women, supportive partners, solid friendships and healthcare heroes - and for many of you, sharing those stories was a brave step in itself. So thank you for your strength and honesty! What other big achievements are you really proud of yourself for recently? Did you share your BT story publicly? Have you arranged the right therapy for you? Are you putting yourself out there to fight for your own or others’ justice? Was your face painted in a ridiculous style but you shared it anyway? 🙂 Please share your brave boasts 💪🏼⭐️ #trustaftertrauma #bta2019 #birthtraumaawareness
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Forming friendships through shared…
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Forming friendships through shared experience* Has your silver lining been the discovery of new allies; people who understand without you having to say a word? Are you getting ready for a Saturday night out with someone you bonded with in a support group? Share your stories of new friendships in the wake of trauma 💜
Find out more about how your health visitor can help you after a traumatic delivery. The BTA’s Jo Smyth, an experienced health visitor with a special interest in birth trauma is answering your questions now on our Facebook group. Pop over and join us, or…
Find out more about how your health visitor can help you after a traumatic delivery. The BTA’s Jo Smyth, an experienced health visitor with a special interest in birth trauma is answering your questions now on our Facebook group. Pop over and join us, or leave a question here and we’ll pass it on to her!
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Who was your white knight?* Healthcare…
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Who was your white knight?* Healthcare professionals have an incredibly important role to play throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond. In some cases, women who have experienced birth trauma felt let down, controlled or ignored, but in others they found that a HCP helped them make it through. Did you meet an everyday hero? How they did make a positive difference in your story?
From 8pm to 9pm tonight, we’re delighted to be hosting our nightly Q&A with our very own Jo Smyth. Jo is an experienced health visitor and will be available to talk about all the ways your health visitor can help if you or your family are affected by a traumatic…
From 8pm to 9pm tonight, we’re delighted to be hosting our nightly Q&A with our very own Jo Smyth. Jo is an experienced health visitor and will be available to talk about all the ways your health visitor can help if you or your family are affected by a traumatic birth. Please join us on the facebook group, or if you can’t make it please feel free to post questions here and we’ll pass them on! 💙
Thank you to Lisa Campbell for bravely sharing her story of a frightening postpartum haemorrhage for Birth Trauma Awareness Week. https://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/17764759.39-kept-thinking-don-39-t-close-eyes-won-39-t-wake-39-mum-quot-seconds-death-quot-birth-baby/
Thank you to Lisa Campbell for bravely sharing her story of a frightening postpartum haemorrhage for Birth Trauma Awareness Week. https://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/17764759.39-kept-thinking-don-39-t-close-eyes-won-39-t-wake-39-mum-quot-seconds-death-quot-birth-baby/
Quick reminder that Emma Svanberg will be joining us a special guest on tonight’s Q&A over on Facebook. Join us to ask any questions you might have about CBT (cognitive behaviour therapy) and how it can be used to effectively treat birth trauma 💙 @BTA2019
Quick reminder that Emma Svanberg will be joining us a special guest on tonight’s Q&A over on Facebook. Join us to ask any questions you might have about CBT (cognitive behaviour therapy) and how it can be used to effectively treat birth trauma 💙 @BTA2019
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Bonding with your baby* This is…
***Positivity thread*** This year’s Awareness Week is all about relationships and #trustaftertrauma. Let’s celebrate your happy stories, empowering moments and positive advice! #BTA2019 Today’s positivity thread topic is: *Bonding with your baby* This is of course an especially sensitive one. Many of us will sadly be able to identify with the bonding challenge as a result of BT. Not everyone feels that famed ‘sudden rush of love’, experiencing instead a mixture of loss, guilt, anger... But the shift *can* eventually come! We’d love to hear about your bonding moments - no matter how long it took to reach that point - to give hope to anyone currently struggling ❤️
A powerful image shared by one of our members. Please feel free to share on your own social media to raise awareness during #BTA2019 #trustaftertrauma
A powerful image shared by one of our members. Please feel free to share on your own social media to raise awareness during #BTA2019 #trustaftertrauma
Shout to the fabulous Zelle Baggaley who raised over £800 for the BTA on a 17km Babywearing Hike from Dorchester to Weymouth. Thanks so much @zellethedoula, you really are an inspiration! 💙💙
Shout to the fabulous Zelle Baggaley who raised over £800 for the BTA on a 17km Babywearing Hike from Dorchester to Weymouth. Thanks so much @zellethedoula, you really are an inspiration! 💙💙
Heads up for tonight’s special guest Q&A on the BTA Facebook group! From 8pm to 9pm tonight, we’re delighted to be hosting a Q&A with Emma Svanberg. Emma is a clinical psychologist with a specialism in birth trauma. She cares passionately about improving…
Heads up for tonight’s special guest Q&A on the BTA Facebook group! From 8pm to 9pm tonight, we’re delighted to be hosting a Q&A with Emma Svanberg. Emma is a clinical psychologist with a specialism in birth trauma. She cares passionately about improving maternity care and co-founded the Make Birth Better Network, which campaigns to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of birth trauma. This week she has published Why Birth Trauma Matters, a short and valuable guide to understanding and treating birth trauma. Tonight Emma will be answering questions on trauma-focused CBT, which is one of the two recommended treatments for birth trauma. We know that a lot of our members have either received trauma-focused CBT or are hoping to receive it, so do please ask Emma whatever you like about the treatment. You can put your questions in the comments below during the day, or join us at 8pm on our Facebook group when Emma will be joining us live.