Birth professionals working with pregnant women and childbirth
Here's the truth and reality ... all birth professionals want to help pregnant women give birth safely.
Unless you've been Rip Van Winkle you know there has been lots of political debates about 'medical' care in childbirth.
Common Knowledge Trust wants you to understand very clearly what Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method® is so if a Pink Kit family comes into your care you will understand and also help them use their birth skills and coach skills.
For too long we've been torn apart in childbirth. From a Birthing Better perspective there is no conflict at all because every pregnant woman will give birth which means that every pregnant mother-to-be and every expectant father can prepare her pregnant body to give birth.
While they are preparing her body to give birth, they can learn skills so together they can work with their baby's efforts to be born.
Preparing a pregnant body to be a birthing body
Regardless of whether a pregnant woman has health issues, her body is preparing to give birth. She and her partner can enjoy taking time in the last 16 weeks of pregnancy to prepare her body to give birth.
Expectant families can do this whether their baby will be born after a labor and vaginal delivery or a labor and emergency Cesarean or a non-laboring Cesarean delivery. Pregnancy is pregnancy and all lead to birth.
Learning birth skills and birth coaching skills
Not only can expectant parents prepare for the birth of their baby, they can learn birth skills and birth coaching skills so together they can work with their baby's birthing process.
It's as simple as this.
If a family come to you and tell you they are using The Pink Kit or Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method® then ask them what they are learning. Then ask them what skills they will use, that you, as a birth professional, will see when they are with you during their baby's birth.