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Myrna Martin, RN, MN, RCC, RCST

  • Speaker Type: GOLD Perinatal 2017
  • Country: Canada

Myrna is a teacher and clinician in Pre and Perinatal Health and Psychology. She has been working with people therapeutically as a nurse, and family therapist and psychotherapist for 45 years. Myrna practices early trauma resolution work with babies and young children and their families, as well as adults. This work is focused on developing secure attachment relationships and healing disruptions in attachment, such as prematurity, low birth weight, hospitalizations, adoption, postpartum depression and other misattunements. Myrna is a graduate of the University of Calgary Family Systems Nursing program (MN) and has trained extensively in early trauma resolution work. She is an accredited teacher of Integrative Body Psychotherapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, a Registered Clinical Counsellor. She teaches a professional training in pre and perinatal /attachment therapy internationally and has produced a Video Series of this training, which is spreading knowledge of the primal period and its impact. Myrna offers summer residential intensives in British Columbia, Canada.

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Three Hearts: The Neurobiology of Love in the Childbearing Year
Love, as expressed through connection, with the unborn baby has a major impact on the physical and mental health lif long of this new human being, as well as his/her capacity to learn, create, and imagine. This presentation, through delineating the neurobiology of the childbearing couple and the developing prenate in one resonate field of three hearts, will provide practical support strategies. Through video clips, and theoretical discussion, participants will gain a clear understanding of the power of loving, connected hearts on the developing body and brain of the newborn AND the parents. Details of effective two way communication between the prenate and the parents will be delineated. Suggestions on how to support parents in this communicate are an important part of this work.