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RCM Accredited training and treatment for Birth Trauma - Course Outline

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What can I expect from training with Jenny Mullan and becoming a BTR therapy practitioner?

The reassurance that you are taking a course that is accredited to the highest standard by the RCM.

Teaching by the founder of BTR therapy Jenny Mullan with support from a practicing midwife who is using BTR Therapy.

Group supervision during the 12 weeks that you are training which is invaluable for enhancement of learning, support and confidence building.

Continued supervision for 6 months after the course ensuring you are safe and confident to practice.

Be part of the active BTR community.

Be able to access BTR therapy marketing tools and support to grow, inspire and support your practice whether within the NHS or private practice.

Students attend 6 live days of training and are all put through various methods of assessment to ensure competency and safety to practice. These include:

  • Submitting a 3000 word case study
  • Sitting a practical assessment under examination conditions
  • Undergoing supervised practice during training - reporting on and being supported with case studies
  • 6 months group supervision after training.

    Who can study the BTR therapy training programme?

    The course was originally designed for midwives but is open to any birth professional who comes into contact with women suffering from birth trauma / PTSD.

    The following professions are included, although the list is by no means exhaustive. If you are interested and don’t fall into the following categories please apply on merit:
    Doctors
    Midwives with six years’ experience working in debriefing, bereavement etc.
    Health visitors
    Hypnobirthing practitioners (RCM accredited training schools)
    Doulas
    Maternity nurses
    Birth trauma councillors wanting to extend their skill set.

    Insurance
    Having passed the necessary practical and theoretical assessments pratitioners can apply for professional indemnity insurance ensuring they are fully protected and covered to treat patients, whether they decide to practice within the NHS or privately. Rates have been negotiated with a couple of insurance companies and details will be given upon qualification.

    Upon qualification you will be a certified Birth Trauma Resolution Practitioner and be entitled to appear on the BTR therapy of practitioners.

    For details on the next training programme please Click Here

    Undertaking training to become a certified ‘Birth Trauma Resolution’ practitioner will offer you the chance to do a job that can truly change the lives of those suffering with birth trauma/PTSD in the most dramatic and satisfying way – This training programme is not to be missed.


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