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June 16, 2020

APPPAH is a valuable and beneficial layer of support for Babies, Mothers, Partners and Families

The Nurturing Connection Parenting Program supports and nurtures parents to enhance the connection they have with themselves; body, mind, heart and soul, in order to help them nurture more deeply the connection they have with their babies and children. Parents will learn practical life-long skills to navigate the stress that comes from parenting and life, especially in response to the current health crisis humanity is facing.

Every parent wants a healthy baby, and every prenatal, birth, and postpartum professional wants the best outcome

Understanding our earliest relationship experiences from the baby’s point of view and how these experiences set in motion life patterns has been the intense study of the field of prenatal and perinatal psychology for over 40 years. The field uses this lens to focus on our earliest human experience from preconception through baby’s first postnatal year and its role in creating children who thrive and become resilient, loving adults.

Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology incorporates research and clinical experience from leading-edge fields such as epigenetics, biodynamic embryology, infant mental health, attachment, early trauma, developmental neurosciences, consciousness studies and other new sciences.

We offer these 12 principles as a beacon to help guide parenting practice, professional practice, theory and research and to support human potential and optimal relationships from the beginning of life. These principles lay the foundation for a new movement in welcoming and caring for our babies. Everyone has a part to play.

We offer these 12 principles as a beacon to help guide parenting practice, professional practice, theory and research and to support human potential and optimal relationships from the beginning of life. These principles lay the foundation for a new movement in welcoming and caring for our babies. Everyone has a part to play.

Every parent wants a healthy baby, and every prenatal, birth, and postpartum professional wants the best outcome

Understanding our earliest relationship experiences from the baby’s point of view and how these experiences set in motion life patterns has been the intense study of the field of prenatal and perinatal psychology for over 40 years. The field uses this lens to focus on our earliest human experience from preconception through baby’s first postnatal year and its role in creating children who thrive and become resilient, loving adults.

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