Janine Smith, Mother Cuppa - 4th Trimester, Mother Cuppa Guides

Birth Debrief

birth debrief

Informal, professional sessions to talk through and make sense of the birth of your baby can make a huge difference to parents.

If you have been left with questions or you have been left feeling shaken or upset after the birth of your baby, it can be helpful to talk it through with an experienced birth professional. There is no set time to have a birth debrief session, I see parents at different points after the birth of a baby…

  • you might want to talk it through during the first weeks or months when it is fresh in your mind
  • you could be thinking about having another baby but the birth is still weighing on your mind
  • or you might be pregnant again and in need of a debrief before you can prepare properly for birth again.

Sometimes it is useful to just talk it through together – partners rarely get the chance to talk about labour and birth, their role and how it has left them feeling.

Birth debrief sessions can also focus on recovery from pregnancy and birth – for some women, it can be important to focus on their emotional and physical recovery.

Birth Debrief Feedback

“I can’t thank you enough. Having the time to talk about the birth of my baby has helped me to come to terms with what happened.”

“I really needed the time to focus on the birth of my first baby to help me get my head ready for giving birth to my second. I felt less anxious after our session.”

I offer comfortable, private and confidential sessions to provide you with the opportunity and the time to talk about the birth of your baby, to ask questions and to be listened to. These run over video/phone call so I work with parents everywhere.

Copyright: Janine Smith

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