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Something is Wrong with the Baby

Prenatal diagnosis, fetal abnormalities, collaborative decision-making, and supportive psychotherapy.

SCHEDULE

March 21st, 10:30am - 5:45pm US Eastern Time

This course is pending approval by Postpartum Support International and the APA for 6 CE credit hours.

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PRICING

  • Generative Access: $285

  • Sustaining Access: $245

  • Supported Access: $215

  • Payment plans are available for all tiers.

Payment plans are available for all tiers.

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When parents-to-be receive a poor fetal diagnosis, they are faced with a myriad of difficult decisions complicated by a short timeline for action. This workshop provides an in-depth look at the medical and emotional aspects of decision-making when a baby is diagnosed with a major fetal anomaly. Topics include options for fetal testing, delivering bad news, collaborative decision-making, and the full range of medical options available to parents including medical termination of pregnancy, early delivery, and continuation of pregnancy all within a context of perinatal palliative care. Using lecture, video and case examples, participants will explore how best to support and guide therapy clients along the path of disrupted transition to parenthood. Participants will be supplied with local resources and key pointers on collaborating with medical providers.

This course with Deb Rich, PhD, LP, PMHC, is open to all practicing therapists and childbirth professionals who have completed at least one training in perinatal loss and newborn death.

Something is Wrong with the Baby

Prenatal diagnosis, fetal abnormalities, collaborative decision-making, and supportive psychotherapy.

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