Myrna Martin is an accredited teacher of Integrative Body Psychotherapy, BCST, and a Registered Clinical Counselor in British Columbia. She has been in private practice and teaching pre and perinatal psychology trainings since 2001, and is Director of Kutenai Institute of Integral Therapies. Myrna has been working with people therapeutically as a nurse, family therapist, and psychotherapist for 45 years. She practices early trauma resolution work with babies, young children and their families, as well as adults.
In this presentation at the 2016 North American Breath of Life Conference, Myrna talks about some factors surrounding the human birth experience that establish fundamental patterns in our autonomic function and interpersonal relational tendencies.
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Myrna's booklet about attachment is available at www.booksandbones.com