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If you have found yourself here, it is likely you are looking for help.

The birth of a baby can be a time of joy and great happiness, a wonderful experience that stays with us forever. However sometimes birth can be difficult, leaving new parents struggling. Their experience can be so overwhelming, that it leaves new parents feeling devastated and traumatised. Instead of wonderful memories, they are left with pain and heartache. They may feel that life has become tainted by their ordeal and may have feelings they do not understand.

This is called Birth Trauma.

When Birth Trauma happens those affected can feel alone, confused, angry and even guilt. Those affected can be unsure where to turn for help or support. Often they will be told that a healthy baby is what is important, to move on and try to forget. However when birth is traumatic its is important that this is acknowledged and support offered.

Beyond Birth Trauma evolved from Unfold Your Wings to offer to support to the many families that contacted me on the page. Using my own experience of healing from Birth Trauma I brought together Beyond steps to support understanding your feelings around your birth and how you can heal.

If you have found the birth of your baby difficult and would like support with how you feel and where to turn for help Beyond Birth Trauma can offer *support and hope.

You do not have to struggle alone with your feelings and pain. There is help, and it is possible to heal and recover.

Beyond Birth Trauma is a place of hope and support, it gives practical suggestions to support you while you heal.

You may feel like your pain will never ease, that the anger you feel will always burn. You may feel that your life is in the shadow of trauma, with no escape. But, there is hope and life beyond Birth Trauma.

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*please note that Beyond Birth Trauma offers support around supporting your emotional wellbeing and feelings around your birth. It does not offer therapy, support for PTSD or other mental health conditions.