are you a therapist working with clients in the childbearing years?
Sadly, around one in four pregnancies end in loss.
PERINATAL LOSS IN PRACTICE: WHAT THERAPISTS NEED TO KNOW
This online, self-paced training course is written and delivered by Perinatal Clinical Psychologist, Dr Renee Miller, and is certified by the Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE) and The Perinatal Loss Centre.
Suitable for therapists such as
Mental health nurses
Relevant if you work with clients who may experience grief and loss associated with
This course is designed to complement training in mental health, while building confidence in working with women and couples who have lost babies.
The course is based on empirical research into grief and loss, and on perinatal loss. The content is underpinned by theories and models of grief, Attachment Theory, Psychodynamic Theory, Existential Psychology, Cognitive-vulnerability Stress Theories, Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness-based therapies and Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
The course comprises 6 key learning modules. See overview here.
about the presenter
Dr Renée Miller is the Founder and Principal Clinical Psychologist of The Perinatal Loss Centre and the Antenatal & Postnatal Psychology Network. Renée has worked in the field of Perinatal Mental Health for over 20 years, exclusively seeing women and couples facing difficulties surrounding conception, pregnancy, birth, postnatal adjustment, and reproductive loss. Learn more about Renée.
The aim of this course is to help you improve your skill set, build your knowledge, and increase your confidence when working with clients who have experienced perinatal loss. See the full list of learning outcomes for this course.
You can undertake this online course at any time. The course is self-paced, and participants have 12 weeks’ access to complete it. The cost of the course is $450 AUD + GST per participant. Group discounts of 20% apply for bookings of 5 or more participants.