We can prepare parents for parenthood.
Discover simple and powerful ways to prepare parents to cope as individuals, grow closer as a couple and thrive as a family.
Do you think expecting parents need more preparation for the sudden life changes and new relationship challenges that come with parenthood?
Do you believe new parents need to know how to cope with the stresses of early parenthood and ways to support their partner to cope too?
Do you want powerful tools in your toolbox that only take minutes for you but can last a lifetime for your clients?
Can you say that a training is beautiful? Because this training is beautiful!
Dr Diane Speier, Birth Professional and Psychotherapist, Cheshire, UK
The Becoming Us story
Around 25 years ago, with the birth of her first child, relationship counsellor Elly Taylor was shocked to discover a huge gap in antenatal education: parents don’t get any preparation or support for the normal and common life changes and relationship challenges that come with parenthood.
Through working intimately with thousands of mothers, fathers and partners since that time, Elly was able to create Becoming Us, a groundbreaking 8 stage relationship-developmental approach to pregnancy and those first crucial years of family.
Becoming Us supports the mental, emotional and relationship wellbeing of mothers, fathers and partners and provides families with a pathway for coping, growing and thriving.
We hope you’ll join us to fill the gap for our next generation of parents – this work has never been more needed than now!
Four sessions of research and evidence based information
Optional extra reading, self reflection questions and exercises to ground your learning
Handouts to use with your clients from Day 1
Completion certificate for 6 hours of CPD
Access to our training facebook group for ongoing support
This is a gigantic missing piece of the big picture. This knowledge really adds depth and a new dimension, opening up all kinds of possibilities for educating and supporting couples so they get the best possible start together.
Sally Placksin, Author, Mothering the New Mother, NYC
I love this course, it's really rich. So many ways birth workers can help couples before they become parents!
Barb Suarez, Childbirth Educator, Legacy Hospital, Portland, OR