Craniosacral therapy is a well known approach for addressing babies and children’s difficulties with eating, sleeping and for those babies who seem inconsolable. Craniosacral Therapy is also used with babies that have had a difficult start and never really settled in.
Your baby (and you) will experience the very powerful, deep and yet gentle effects of a Craniosacral Therapy treatment.
You will also have an opportunity to learn to relate to your baby in a totally different way. This is an opportunity to understand more about your baby from her point of view and where the two of you can meet.
The other aspect of your baby’s behaviour we will talk about is crying. Have you ever wondered why your baby is still crying after having changed the nappy and fed her and ensured that she is not too warm or too hot? This is one of the most common concerns parents have when adjusting to the arrival of a new member in the family. Birth psychology brings a lot of understanding to this field and teaches us how to relate to our children. I will discuss the difference between crying needs and memory crying so that you can start meeting your child’s needs more fully.