Discussion offered on hidden dynamics of birth
Birth and Early Parenting Educators will present a brief film clip and discussion about how the events surrounding birth impact humans at 4 p.m. today in the BriarPatch Community Room.
After a film clip from “Baby Keeper” is shown, four BEPE members will host a panel discussion.
Peri-natal psychologist Dr. David Chamberlain, author of “The Mind of Your Newborn Baby” and “Windows to the Womb: Revealing the Conscious Baby from Conception to Birth,” will talk about how he uses hypnosis to access and heal birth experiences.
Devorah Bry, marriage and family therapist intern, will tell you how births can influence relationships.
Laurie Chamberlin, a doula and lactation specialist, will speak about how births influence new mothers’ birth experiences and ability to breastfeed.
Belden Johnson, marriage and family therapist, and author of “Real Relationship: Essential Tools to Help You Go the Distance,” will moderate and give some examples of how birth imprints affect people’s lives. Questions and input are welcome.
The presentation is free, although donations to BEPE will be accepted.
— Submitted to The Union
Speaker to discuss prayer healing
John Q. Adams, a prayer-based healer who uses the Christian Science method of healing, will present a talk on “If God is all, where is he at this moment?” in Grass Valley this Sunday.
Adams will discuss the Bible as well as Mary Baker Eddy to explore how Christian scientific prayer can draw an individual closer to God.
He will be at the Holiday Inn Express, and the event begins at 2 p.m. The event is free; call Shirley Winton at 530-268-2663 for information.
Gaines to host town hall meeting
Sen. Ted Gaines will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting in Nevada City May 22. The meeting is set for 6-8 p.m. in the Nevada County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City.
This meeting is an opportunity for Gaines to discuss legislative goals and priorities for 2013, listen to concerns about state issues and share how the Senate office can provide resources and services. It’s also a chance for him to get to know the people of western Nevada County.
For information, contact his El Dorado Hills office at 916-933-7213.
— The Union staff