Hypnobirthing

with Guest Robin Frees LISTEN NOW

Air Date: June 15, 2015


Hypnosis for Pumping Let’s face it: The process of childbirth can be daunting, even frightening. The media tells us that labor and delivery is a painful, panicky process. But it doesn’t have to be. Hypnobirthing is one approach to childbirth that promises a positive—and even pain-free—experience. Join Marie as she talks with special guest Robin Frees, IBCLC about how parents can prepare for the journey through pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. Learn about strategies that can help support expectant parents and new families alike, including hypnotic relaxation, imagery, and breathing. Find out steps you can take to reduce the Fear-Tension-Pain cycle and make childbirth a rewarding and fulfilling experience. Learn how these and other strategies can be used after birth to support breastfeeding. Questions? E-mail radio@borntobebreastfed.com any time. For questions, e-mail radio@breastfeedingoutlook.com anytime. Free download of this and other “Born to be Breastfed” podcasts are available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Guest Profile – Robin Frees

Robin B. Frees, is a private practice IBCLC who offers consultations for breastfeeding and fertility, and educational programs in Hypnobirthing, infant massage, and Prenatal Parenting. Robin has been featured on Fox News, 48 Update, and NBC News. She has also appeared in articles in the Main Line Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Robin helps each new family formulate and achieve their goals as they begin their journey into parenthood. Over the years, Robin has been an instructor for the Nursing Mothers Counselor Training Course, President of the Board of Directors of the Nursing Mothers Alliance, and President of the Pennsylvania Resource Organization for Lactation Consultants. She is a member of the International Lactation Consultants Association, the HypnoBirthing® Institute, the Institute for Perinatal Education, the American Board of Hypnotherapy, the Loving Touch Foundation for Infant Massage, and the Association for Pre-and Perinatal Psychology and Health. Robin’s website is NewBornConcepts.com.
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