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August 13, 2019

Is a story-teller doomed to carry the negative feelings and self-beliefs about birth like a ball and chain for the rest of their lives, ultimately handing it down to the next generation? Or, is it possible, in an hour-long session for a story-teller to achieve a lasting  change of heart about what happened, and about themselves?

 

It is — if you know how to lead the Birth Story Medicine Process

 

You can still register this Fall/Winter and take advantage of getting our new nine-week course for the same former six-week course price: Only $320. Tuition goes up in January 2020.  You will have weekly access to a detailed online course and a live call once a week.

 

 

Part I:   Kintsugi: Learning to Listen Empathically to your own story (4 weeks)

September  5 to 26         9:00 to 10:15 am.        Nikki Shaheed                 

Oct 18 to Nov 15    4:30 to 5:45 am (10:30 am Melbourne, Australia). Nicole Tricarico

November 4 – 25           1:00 to 2:15 pm            Pam England

 

Part II:  Birth Story Tracker  (4 weeks)

 

September 5 to 26      11:30 am to 1:00 pm     Pam England (three spaces left)

Sept 26 to Oct 17        11:00 am to 12:30 pm   Danit Tsur Almog

October 1 to 22           9:00 am to 10:15 am    Nikki Shaheed

 

Part III:  Medicine Bridge:   Crossing to Compassion­­­­  (5 weeks)

 

October 5 to 31           11:30 am to 1:00 pm     Pam England

Nov 7 to Dec 12         11:00 am to 12:30 pm    Danit Tsur Almog

Nov 13 to Dec 18.        9:00 to 10:15 am          Nikki Shaheed

*Courses suspended for Thanksgiving Day-week

 

 

WHEN TO REGISTER:  NOW! 

Courses fill fast and registration per class is limited.

 

HOW TO REGISTER:

You can’t register on the new BirthStoryMedicine.com website because it would charge you the 2020 price!). So, Register TODAY on PayPal at pam@birthingfromwithin.com.  Indicate on your registration which course and dates you are signing up for and I’ll send you a confirmation letter with links to the online course and your live Zoom Calls.

 

Part I Kintsugi: $125.

Parts II and III combined: $320 (you essentially get three more weeks free)

Parts I, II, and III: $445

 

To give you individual attention with homework and on the calls, registrations are limited to 12 students for Kintsugi, and 6 for Parts II and III. So sign up now. If your course fills, you will be transferred to another course.

 

Other things you need to know:

  • You can choose the same or different facilitators for the three Parts. All facilitators were certified after18 months of mentoring and training, and offer quality instruction

 

  • Once the course begins there are no refunds. If you drop out and want to reschedule there is a $30 transfer fee, and if your next course begins in 2020, you will be charged the balance for the new tuition fees.

 

  • These courses require participation (homework and live calls) because each module and skill builds on the previous one. If you miss one or two modules, we know from experience, you will be lost and frustrated.

 

  • You can’t audit this course, i.e., be a witness from the sidelines. Be aware, you have to keep up with the homework and calls or you will be dropped from the course. 

 

If you have any questions, contact Pam England at pam@birthstorymedicine.comor call 505-377-8282. (Do Not Contact Birthing From Within as Birth Story Medicine is a separate business.)

 

Looking forward to sharing this uplifting, story-changing process with you.

Pam England, on behalf of all the facilitators.

 

Pam

 

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