Are you seeing and supporting Mothers in your capacity as a care provider?
Join Dr Oscar Serrallach, Author of The Postnatal Depletion Cure and creator of the Mothercare Project for this truly pioneering new course, created for people working in the field of Maternal Health and other Allied Health modalities, for the purpose of sharing clinical wisdom, case studies and personal insight from more than ten years working one to one with Mothers, supporting them back to health after postnatal depletion.
"Matriatrics" is Dr Oscar's name for a special field of wellness medicine that acknowledges the unique biology and psychology of a woman after she has become a Mother.
The current mainstream medical system, combined with an increasingly busy society, doesn't adequately provide for Mother-wellness. It's why we're seeing so many depleted Mothers - more than ever before.
Women who are no longer maidens (and are definitely with different needs to men - who the current medical system has been built for) are thriving on this new field of medicine - Matriatrics.
This course is currently undergoing accreditation.
Stay at the forefront of this emerging field of science
Gain a much much deeper insight into the emerging field of Matriatrics. The wellbeing of Mothers is intrinsically linked to the wellbeing of our families and society at large. During this program, you'll upskill and update your toolbox to be sure that what you are offering is useful and appropriate for this specialised segment of our society.
Learn from Postnatal Depletion expert and leader
Since his groundbreaking 2018 book, 'The Postnatal Depletion Cure' was published, there has been much in the way of new research finally starting to address the unique biology of Mothers. During this program, Dr Serrallach shares his knowledge from 10+ years researching Postpartum Wellness, as well as case studies from a similar period of time supporting Mothers in Postpartum Recovery in a clinical setting.
Build your referral network and like-minded connections
Be part of a community of Health Professionals who agree just how critical it is that we find better ways of supporting Mothers - for the sake of everyone. Expand your community, build connections and create opportunities for support and collaboration with other Health Care professionals.
Learn how to better support Mothers - for the sake of everyone
Early bird intake now open for this groundbreaking program designed specifically for health professionals caring for MothersJoin Waitlist
This program is right for you, if:
- You are seeing and supporting Mothers in your capacity as a care provider, however you have situations arise where you are not quite sure how to help with the specifics relating to postpartum health and wellbeing.
- You are seeing Mothers, you care about Mothers but you are frustrated because it seems like you are unable to help them enough?
- You are aware that the rates of perinatal mood disorders are progressively increasing and feel deeply concerned about this?
- You believe deeply that the wellbeing of Mothers is intrinsically linked to the wellbeing of our families and our societies, and that by helping Mothers you can be empowered to help build a better future for all?
- You are wanting to do more for Mothers but need to feel confident that you have all the skills and understanding to do so?
- You would like to update your existing toolbox and upskill in other areas to be sure that what you are offering is useful and appropriate for this specialised segment of our society.
- You sense the huge potential for your Mother clients to heal with greater support and understanding, but feel frustrated that you presently don't know how?
- You would like to go even more deeply into the complexities of postpartum and breastfeeding from a biological and psychological point of view, within a supportive group of trusted peers and fellow MotherCare workers, exploring the very latest science and research.
You are very aware thatMothers are low in time and high in stress - therefore you would like to really maximise what time you do spend supporting them.
Commencing Feb 2023, this webinar series consists of total of four modules, with five lectures in each module.
Each of the 20 webinars will be held on Thursday evenings 6pm AEST, running for an hour-and-a-half (60-minute lecture PLUS a 30-minute Q&A).
Between webinars there will be another 60-minute online get-together (day/time TBC) for case studies and Q&A.
All sessions will be recorded in case you miss any, or would like to rewatch (lifetime access - revisit as many times as you like!).
Click on each Module below for more details on the 20 webinars: