Facilitator Training

MotherWoman Support Group Model Facilitator Training

We have a few Community-Based, Peer-to-Peer Facilitator Training’s scheduled for this year! Please select which training you are interested in below:

January

February

March

April

MotherWoman offers a bold support group model that challenges the dominant diagnostic paradigm that defines and limits care for perinatal mothers.  Our model understands that the perinatal emotional experience is as much a socio-political, community issue as it is a medical issue. As part of a comprehensive community response, this group model supports perinatal stability and protects against perinatal crises.

Participants in MotherWoman’s two and a half day training learn to implement our innovative group model designed specifically for diverse mothers at risk for and experiencing perinatal emotional difficulties.

 

 

MotherWoman Support Group Facilitator Training: Innovative Approaches to Leading Successful Support Groups in Your Community  

The MotherWoman Support Group Model© creates an environment of support and personal empowerment, enhancing a mother’s capacity to advocate for herself and her family. This training will enhance capacity to lead thriving women’s support groups which can serve as a mother’s lifeline to emotional health, community connection and personal success across her lifespan.

  • Create safety for women to share their authentic experiences of motherhood
  • Master group dynamics
  • Lead a culturally competent support group that welcomes diverse mothers
  • Encourage each woman’s inherent strength and resilience
  • Motivate personal change by enhancing individual women’s self-empowerment

 

MotherWoman Support Group Facilitator Training: Innovative Approaches to Leading Successful Support Groups in Your Community – For Clinicians/Providers

The MotherWoman Support Group Model© creates an environment of support and personal empowerment, enhancing a mother’s capacity to advocate for herself and her family. This training will enhance capacity to lead thriving women’s support groups which can serve as a mother’s lifeline to emotional health, community connection and personal success across her lifespan.

  • Create safety for women to share their authentic experiences of motherhood
  • Master group dynamics
  • Lead a culturally competent support group that welcomes diverse mothers
  • Encourage each woman’s inherent strength and resilience
  • Understand the evidence that supports the model as effective in addressing social isolation
  • Understand trauma informed processes
  • Motivate personal change by enhancing individual women’s self-empowerment

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