Parent and Children’s Therapies

3 Step Rewind Method

The MAM 3 Step Rewind Method is a gentle and safe way of working with both women and men to unhook negative connections to birth in the brain and naturally activate a person’s own ability to heal themselves. The simple but effective process moves someone through their past traumatic experience, allows them to understand its current impact on their day to day lives, before looking ahead to a future that they desire.

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Aqua Natal Yoga

One way to exercise safely during pregnancy and as a new mum (with baby by your side) is with specialised exercises such as aqua natal yoga.

Art Therapy

A form of psychotherapy that utilises art as a method of expression and communication. Used as a way to address emotional issues. Therapists work with all ages from children to the elderly, those with behavioural or mental health problems; disabilities or life limiting illness; brain and physical injuries.

Baby and Pre Natal Massage

Baby massage is when a parent or primary carer lovingly strokes or holds their baby. Using a high quality non-fragranced vegetable oil, soothing holds and rhythmic strokes are given on each area of baby’s body, following a sequence that has been developed over many years.

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Baby Massage – A Brief How-To Guide

Baby Bonding

Bonding, the intense attachment that develops between you and your baby, is completely natural. And it’s probably one of the most pleasurable aspects of infant care.

Baby and Toddler Calm

The aim of baby and toddler calm is to help parents understand the world of their baby or toddler which in turn will enable the parent to cope with unwanted behaviour whilst encouraging positive behaviour.

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Birth Trauma Resolution

Birth Trauma Resolution – helping to reduce the debilitating effects of Birth Trauma.

Baby Signing

Baby signing is a form of pre-verbal communication. Babies understand so much before they can talk! From as early as 6 to 9 months old, babies can begin to tell you what they want, what they are thinking about and how they feel.

Baby Yoga

Birthlight pioneered what is now known as ‘baby yoga’ as an inclusive set of practices to enhance playful interaction and communication between parent and baby and to promote their healthy development.Baby Yoga perfectly compliments baby massage and expands the benefits of touch with those of movement and relaxation.

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Practising Yoga as a newbie Mama

Yoga for Babies

Baby Wearing Consultancy

The practice of wearing or carrying a baby in a sling or in another form of carrier on your body.

Related article: Babywearing

Child Yoga

By practicing yoga poses, children can learn how to exercise, develop confidence, and concentrate better. … They argue that yoga is an offshoot of Hinduism and that it disseminates religious and meditation principles with its use of “om” and “namaste” chanting.

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Cosmic Kids

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Childosophy

​​Childosophy is a gentle and holistic approach for children’s needs and wellbeing
based on the research and clinical experience of Dr. Maxine Therese

Closing the Bones

Closing the Bones is a way to support a woman’s recovery after childbirth; a way to celebrate the amazing abilities of her body; and a way to create a moment of stillness, of meditative peace and reflection in the rollercoaster of emotions of new motherhood.

It is a postnatal ritual. It is a ceremony. It is a massage with warming, nurturing use of a shawl or scarf.

Dancing for Birth

Dancing For Birth is the leading global class for pregnant and new moms. A combination of feel-good prenatal fitness, essential birth wisdom, and celebration of pregnancy, birth and mothering, all rolled into a weekly class that supports you from preconception to postpartum!

Doula (Birth Preparation)

The term refers to a highly experienced woman who can offer emotional and practical support to a woman (or couple) before, during and after childbirth.

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Gentle Parenting

Gentle Parenting is a scientific, evidence based, approach to raising confident and happy children. It is a parenting ethos characterised by the following four tenets: Empathy, Respect and Understanding.

Hypnobirthing

Self hypnosis for labour and childbirth.

Hypnofertility

Hypnosis for infertility assists with Unexplained infertility issues. Hypnofertility or hypnosis for infertility is becoming more popular with couples who are experiencing problems becoming pregnant.

Lego Therapy

Lego therapy is a social development programme which helps children and young people with autism spectrum disorders and related social communication difficulties, such as Asperger’s Syndrome. The programme is based on the highly structured, systematic and predictable nature of brick building play which makes it appealing to children with social communication difficulties who are particularly attracted to systems.

Nappy Advisory Consulting

Someone who can advise you on the pros and cons of a range of washable nappies. Whilst also advising you on the use of them and the best ones for your circumstance.

Parent and Child Facilitator

A parent facilitator is a licensed mental health professional or a master’s level professional trained in family dynamics and child development.

Placenta Essence

Placenta Essence is a unique remedy, lovingly made just for your baby.

Play Therapy

Play therapy is designed to help children develop their emotional literacy. It can also greatly help children with behavioural or mental problems that may otherwise hinder their development.

Positive Birth Movement Facilitator

The Positive Birth Movement is a global network of free-to-attend antenatal groups, linked up by social media.

Post Natal Support

Understanding and emotional support.

Pre and Post Natal Yoga

A rejuvenative yet energizing gentle classes adapted to the pre and post natal mothers, that emphasizes stability, flexibility and vitality. These classes offer mothers a space of relaxation and an opportunity to connect with their babies.

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Practicing yoga as a newbie mama

Pre Natal Support

A midwife is an expert in normal pregnancy and birth. Midwives are specially trained to care for mothers and babies throughout normal pregnancy, labour and after the birth. They provide care for most women at home or in hospital.

Preganancy Yoga

Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor. Gentle stretching. You’ll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.

Rebozo

The Rebozo is a traditional shawl woven and used by Mexican women. Traditional Mexican midwives use the Rebozo to do the manteada, a rocking massage technique.

The Rebozo massage is very relaxing, it balances and relaxes the pelvis, lower back, womb and ligaments; allowing more room for the womb to settle into her rightful place.

Sling Library

A sling library has a varied collection of slings you can borrow and they can help find the best baby carrier to suit you and your child.

Related article: Babywearing (infographic)

Spinning Babies

Spinning Babies shows you what to do for an easier birth with practical and detailed preparation to help baby in the best position to fit the pelvis and solutions when labor seems long, painful, or has a stall!

Systemic Therapy

Family therapy, also referred to as systemic therapy, is an approach that works with families and those who are in close relationships to foster change. These changes are viewed in terms of the systems of interaction between each person in the family or relationship.

Find Parent and Children Therapy Practitioners by visiting the associated Foyht Business Directory.

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