Childbirth is not only about the pregnant woman these days. Certainly, it's the ladies who have the task (and some might say privilege) of giving birth, but men are part of the journey too and fathers are often left out when it comes to childbirth education, antenatal classes or prenatal preparation.
Well not anymore Men of Peel! Beer + Bubs is a one-night session at the pub design specifically for expectant fathers. It's a crash-course in how to support a women through childbirth for a faster easier labour, presented in a fast-paced format in the friendly surrounds of the local pub.
Expectant dads won't be bored to snores with obstetric detail. Beer + Bubs really focuses on the role of the support partner and what they need to know to help their partner to have the best birth possible. We cover a lot of ground including:
This is not a dumbed-down course for the boys. This is an information session for men who are looking for the know-how to support their partner effectively for an awesome start to fatherhood.
Click here for a feature article on Beer + Bubs in Midwifery News Magazine, the member mag for the Australian College of Midwives.
Peel Alehouse, 8 Guava Way, Halls Head
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Carrina Bradbury is a doula, childbirth educator, family therapist and social worker. She has always lived in the South West of WA, where she works and raises her three young children. Highly experienced in parent support and education, Carrina has a history of working with families from all ages and circumstances and is particularly passionate about the involvement of men and fathers in all aspects of family life... especially birth! She quite likes a good West Australian sauvignon blanc.
Follow this link for Beer + Bubs as featured in the South Western Times.
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Beer + Bubs on ABC radio.
Cheers to Childbirth: a dad’s guide to childbirth support by Lucy Perry, founder of
Beer + Bubs
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