Webinar: Support through Separation: Coping with the Physical and Emotional Separation for the Birthing Person and Baby During Incarceration, April 19th
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Please join Emory’s MCH Center of Excellence for a webinar, “Support through Separation: Coping with the Physical and Emotional Separation for the Birthing Person and Baby During Incarceration” on Tuesday, April 19 at 12 noon EST. Please see attached flyer, and registration link here.
Featured speakers include Lanetta Garner, a Peer Support Specialist, discussing her experiences working at Human Solutions Women’s Shelters, and Alicia Roach, an experienced doula from Oregon. Jessica Katz (The Family Preservation Project), Lesley Mondeaux (Northwest Mothers Milk Bank), and Carrie Cohen (Portland State University) will share their work in supporting families and children of incarcerated mothers.
The Cross-Center Collaboration on the Health of Justice-Involved Women and Children (JIWC) sponsors this third webinar in a four-part webinar series focused on “Support through Separation: Coping with Physical and Emotional Separation.” This series aims to provide a trauma-informed, welcoming, inclusive, and healing experience, especially for those with lived experience. Find recordings of the first two webinars, “Support through Separation…for the Birthing Person” here and “Support through Separation…for Families Impacted by Maternal Incarceration” here.
We hope you can join us! Please direct any questions about this webinar or series to MCH [at] emory [dot] edu.
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