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Introductory Talk: 'Our First 1000 Days: A Diploma'.

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Our First 1000 Days: A Diploma in Applied Pre and Perinatal Psychology

Access the foundations of your creative potential through profound healing.

Join us for an introductory talk for: 'Our First 1000 Days: A Diploma in Applied Pre and Perinatal Psychology' at the NAOS Institute, Ealing with course tutors Binnie A. Dansby and Elmer Postle.

In this this evening event you will have an opportunity to hear about as well as experience some of the content of of the 2020 Diploma. Binnie and Elmer will be able to answer questions concerning the year-long eight weekend course. The talk is taking place at the venue in which the diploma takes place.

24 January to 22 November 2020 – 20 days in London

Over the past two decades I have worked hard to understand my dis-ease. With the support, compassion and unconditional love offered by Binnie and Elmer I feel I am in touch with my source experiences and have some clarity over their birth origins. They have created a magical and sacred space in which to integrate a new perspective and a model of self-care that resonates deep within. A truly life-changing experience.’ V.S. – Participant.

Each of us has a deeply held, embodied experience of conception, pregnancy, birth and early childhood – our first 1000 days. When we are willing to inquire into this rich, and often unconscious realm of personal and collective psychology, we gain access to the foundations of our own creative potential. This awareness makes us more available to being with others, both professionally and in close relationships.

In this 20-day course you will develop the capacity to listen and be present to self and other through profound healing and integration of the early experiences of conception, gestation, birth and early childhood.

This will find place in a gentle, safe, and supportive environment wherein you can remember, release, and examine the impact, reward, and healing energy inherent in your own birth process and will learn to facilitate that process in others.

We will work with experiential SOURCE Process and Breathwork, birth process work models, pre and perinatal psychology and physiology theory, guided meditation, small and large group work, somatic and trauma psychology practice.

Participants will receive mentoring throughout the duration of the training.

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