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Emotional Connection in the Perinatal Period - Reducing Birth Trauma and Increasing Mental Health and Formation of Parental Identity

Elly Taylor

A secure attachment between couples reduces the risk for birth trauma and supports the emotional and mental health and formation of a sense of parenting identity for both partners but the perinatal period presents huge challenges for a couple’s relationship. How can counselling and psychotherapy professionals support couples to stay bonded as they each bond with their baby?


PACFA CONFERENCE 2014
Complexity & Connectedness in Life & Love
13-15 June 2014, Sydney, Australia
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Elly Taylor

Elly Taylor is a relationship counsellor, researcher and author. Her passion is supporting perinatal relationships and facilitating whole family bonding. Elly worked for Interrelate Family Centres for 15 years as a counsellor and group facilitator and wrote Interrelate’s Becoming Parents program. Elly writes for Practical Parenting magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald, Melbourne Age and Daily Life website and comments on relationship issues for the media. Her book, Becoming Us (Harper Collins 2011) facilitates an age old rite of passage for modern day parents.

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