Creating Space for a Sexy Birth

with Debra Pascali-Bonaro and Amy L. Gilliland, Ph.D., BDT(DONA)

Amy Gilliland joined me for a sexy webinar all about pleasure and birth in any setting. 

We share:

  1. Creating comfortable space for your sexuality in birth (even in the hospital)
  2. The role of a doula and partner for your sexy birth
  3. How sexual beliefs, perception and trauma can get in the way of a pleasurable birth
  4. The rule of Three
  5. Birth Memories
  6. A Partner’s Role
  7. A Doula’s Role
"Great info!! Thank you. Loved the rule of 3, Friendliness hormone, and the fact that pleasure and safety go together. Looking forward to more of these webinars, Amy and Debra!!!"
~ Augie Rigual

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"thank you very much! sending you love to all from Ivory Coast!"
~ Tiffany Rygaloff

Learn more about Amy’s work and her new book:

About Amy

Amy L. Gilliland, Ph.D., BDT(DONA), AdvCD(DONA), CSE (AASECT) researches and teaches about doula labor support, women’s sexual experiences, infant mental health, and the psychological needs of people during the birth experience. She is an AASECT certified sexuality educator, past faculty at Madison College, and one of the first DONA International birth doula trainers. In her thirty plus year career, her work has spanned the perinatal spectrum. As a University of Wisconsin-Madison research fellow, her current projects include a critical analysis of the birth doula profession and completing her model of human childbirth as an attachment based neurological activity. Dr. Gilliland’s previous research has been published in JOGNN, Midwifery, Journal of Perinatal Education, Sexuality and Culture, and the Wisconsin Medical Journal. She is considered to be a thought leader and visionary on birth doula issues through her influential blog, Doulaing The Doula, and her new book, The Heart of the Doula: Essentials for Practice and Life.

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