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Birth Trauma: Supporting People and Providers
with Zoe Endicott, MS, NCC, LCMHCA, PMH-C: & Aly Winter, MSW, LCSW, RN,PMH-C
Friday, October 14th 
8:30- 12:30


This training will increase professional midwives’ overall competency in
trauma informed care. Participants will learn evidence based strategies for supporting clients with a trauma history with appropriate screening, referral, and interventions for the prevention of further trauma. Participants will also learn psychoeducation related to trauma and the nervous system, identifying trauma responses and protecting against vicarious trauma. The training will use engaging and collaborative learning tools like case study, group discussion and practical application of evidence based interventions with clients.


Well Women Counseling and Consulting is a collective practice that supports women and
families across the lifespan. We help women in life’s many transitions and specialize in treating trauma, perinatal mood disorders, miscarriage, infant loss and helpful families adjust to parenthood.

*Aly Winter, MSW, LCSW, RN,PMH-C: Aly has worked in mental health for the past ten years. In 2018 she decided to couple her knowledge of mental health with nursing to be able to better care for the whole person.

*Zoe Endicott, MS, NCC, LCMHCA, PMH-C: Zoe specializes in helping women heal from trauma and enjoy motherhood. She has provided consultation related to perinatal wellness to local healthcare providers and non-profits.

Date Friday, October 14, 2022

Time 8:30 a.m- 12:30 p.m.

Location Morning Star Lutheran Church

12509 Idlewild Rd, Matthews, NC 28105

Cost $100 CBJ Members

$125 Non-Members

Cost includes MEAC CEU, which have been approved.

Birth Trauma: Supporting people and providers
Oct 14, 2022, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Morning Star Lutheran Church,
12509 Idlewild Rd, Matthews, NC 28105, USA
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