RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-10 Thread B G
:45 AM Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support There is no 'cure' for PTSD!! You just learn to manage the triggers but even then the physiological responses sometimes get away from you. Some people wonder why you are so serious- so would you if you had this constant mind battle to control

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2006-02-09 Thread pinky mckay
Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Talking therapies may be the only cure, that certainly sounds right to me. However I can't imagine having been raped, assaulted OR traumatised by my birth experience and then wanting to do that talking in the place or with the people where it happened. Perhaps

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-05 Thread Judy Chapman
by an unsupervised prisoner in an Intensive Care Unit. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jo Bourne Sent: Saturday, 4 February 2006 11:34 AM To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Talking

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2006-02-05 Thread B G
2006 6:24 PM To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Barb, So sorry to hear you have had such a shocking time. I can offer no tips, not having been there myself but I pray that there will come a time that you can settle into more normal pre-trauma type

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2006-02-04 Thread Mary Murphy
it through.MM From: owner-ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au [mailto:owner-ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au] On Behalf Of Nicole Carver Sent: Saturday, 4 February 2006 3:42 PM To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support HI Mary, I remember reading about

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-04 Thread Judy Chapman
Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Mary Murphy Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 10:59 AM To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support I believe there is some research out there that looked at de-briefing women

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2006-02-04 Thread Janet Fraser
[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 8:17 PM Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support I am sure that debriefing helps even if it does not cure. I remember one particular woman at my previous place of work who rang me many times and needed

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2006-02-04 Thread Honey Acharya
r To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 11:30 PM Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Jo, you're speaking from my heart as well. I was at a meeting last year of women working to support others in birth trauma. All of us had been suicidal at one po

Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-04 Thread Susan Cudlipp
Title: Message This is a fascinating thread I have a friend whose first birth was in a private hosp with epidural and forceps = no reason medically for the forceps and the epidural was not working well at that point.No one allowed her to push, she was made to wait for the doctor who then

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-04 Thread B G
:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Mary Murphy To: mailto:ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.auozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 10:58 AM Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support I believe there is some research out there that looked at de-briefing women after birth, particularly traumatic

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2006-02-04 Thread Janet Fraser
on the reruns in my head. Stopped them immediately I took the drops! Best wishes to you, J - Original Message - From: B G [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Sent: Sunday, February 05, 2006 11:45 AM Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support There is no 'cure' for PTSD!! You

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-04 Thread B G
To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Dear Barb, what a truly shocking experience. I am so sorry. I completely agree with you though. Some women in Accessing Artemis have had great results with EFT - emotional freedom technique - which I haven't tried yet. I also found

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2006-02-04 Thread Kate Reynolds
In WA now the med students (student doctors) in their training attend a SPEC (student pelvic examination clinic) supervised by midwives but the teaching is done by volunteer women (teaching associates) who not only teach the students as they perform the taking of a history, breast, abdo,

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-03 Thread Dean Jo
-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Janet FraserSent: Friday, February 03, 2006 2:58 PMTo: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.auSubject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Speaking as someone who helps pick up the pieces after these scenarios, this is what I

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2006-02-03 Thread Janet Fraser
zmidwifery@acegraphics.com.auSubject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Speaking as someone who helps pick up the pieces after these scenarios, this is what I offer as a starting point: http://www.joyousbirth.info/articles/dealingtraumaticbirth.html As well as

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2006-02-03 Thread adamnamy
, their bodies and their babies to birth without interference next time. Amy From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Janet Fraser Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 8:30 PM To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Jo, you're speaking

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-03 Thread Nicole Carver
regards, Nicole Carver, Midwife. -Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]On Behalf Of adamnamySent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 2:17 AMTo: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.auSubject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support On the subject of traumatized

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2006-02-03 Thread Andrea Quanchi
Janet JoI can only speak about the places I have worked where the vast majority of midwives are mothers and choose to work part time. If you are with a woman in labour and or attend her LUSCS you may not even get to see her again during her stay. She will see a different midwife/s each shift and

Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-03 Thread Janet Fraser
: Saturday, February 04, 2006 10:58 AM Subject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support I believe there is some research out there that looked at de-briefing women after birth, particularly traumatic births. As I remember it, the research did not show that this debriefing had particular

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2006-02-03 Thread Andrea Quanchi
Yeh, Janet but how do we make talking therapies available to the women who need them and who do you see is the person who should be providing this 'therapy' and whenAndreaOn 04/02/2006, at 11:19 AM, Janet Fraser wrote:I remember it but I disagree with it entirely. It struck me as no more logical

Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-03 Thread Janet Fraser
. To me it's like getting counselling from your rapist. J - Original Message - From: Jo Bourne [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.au Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 12:33 PM Subject: Re: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support Talking therapies may be the only cure, that certainly

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2006-02-03 Thread Janet Fraser
"Any suggestions. Should all women have a follow up appointment with the midwife who was at her birth, is this appropriate as they may have been part of the problem, should all women have a follow up appointment but the woman be allowed to choose who she wants the appointment with, at what

RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support

2006-02-03 Thread Nicole Carver
PROTECTED]On Behalf Of Mary MurphySent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 10:59 AMTo: ozmidwifery@acegraphics.com.auSubject: RE: [ozmidwifery] Post cs support I believe there is some research out there that looked at de-briefing women after birth, particularly traumatic births. As I