Magic of Motherhood is a maternal/perinatal mental health and wellness organization focused on reducing the risk of birth trauma and postpartum depression by increasing the strength of the family and couple relationship, and forming a strong and healthy connection with the baby before and right after birth
The ability to successfully have a healthy child and family and thrive in a strong and successful community includes understanding and practicing the values of health equity, cultural competence, and family focus. This begins by:
- Focusing on healthy prenatal physical and emotional care
- Learning about your health and your baby's health and development
- Showing your baby love and respect
Perinatal Psychology & Public Health
The practice of perinatal psychology is a delicate balance of social, emotional, cognitive and psychological development of the baby before during and just after birth. The experiences of the mother and child during the perinatal period have a profound effect on both their lives.
Perinatal Public Health and Epidemiology focuses on reproductive health issues such as conception and infertility, as well as perinatal issues such as complications of pregnancy, infections in pregnancy, maternal mortality, adverse pregnancy outcomes, and birth defects.
Dr. Jill’s has held classes, workshops, and lectures across the US, including APPPAH at Asilomar in California and at the University of Delaware.
Her classes have been featured by numerous websites and organizations including “Earth Mama, Angel Baby,” “Birth Hypnosis,” Pregnancy.org, "Babyfit.com," Midwifery Care Associates in OK and The Maternity Center in Bethesda, MD
increases the baby's mental and cognitive health and development, as well as healthy attachment and bonding between the mother-baby dyad
decreases stress and helps to reduce the risk of a traumatic experience, which could have long lasting psychological effects.
reduce the social, psychosocial and biologic risk factors for maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality including preterm birth and postpartum depression
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