I’ve often wished that I could clone myself. Why? Because there’s an awful lot I’d like to accomplish in this one, wild life I’ve been given and sometimes it feels like too much for just one of me to try and get it all done.
One thing I really wish I had time for is helping more Mommas process their birth stories.
On a small scale, I’m already doing this. The families from my classes know how much I love birth stories. When we… Read more »
My name is: Barb Buckner Suárez
I’m originally from: Indianapolis, Indiana
My role/job in the birth world is: I’m a Health Educator, teaching Childbirth Preparation, Becoming Us Classes, & Comfort for Labor classes. I work for both OHSU & Legacy Health System. I train and mentor new educators and help create new curriculum. I write on my blog at www.birthhappens.com and I’m currently hard at work on… Read more »
We asked 2016 NACEF Conference speaker to share more about himself and what we will gain from this year’s conference on Stress & Resiliency.
1)What is your job title and what exactly do you do in your field?
I am a therapist, teacher, and writer. I work with individuals and families impacted by trauma and I teach others about counseling skills. I also do a lot of training in non-progfit, community, and healthcare agencies on vicarious trauma, resilience, and self-care. I also write essays and memoir,… Read more »