For assistance with your journey, you may wish to view the following pages
The delivery of a baby can be a positive experience for some women, but for others it can be very negative, resulting in physical and/or psychological injuries (trauma).
At ABTA we recognise that you have sought us out because something isn’t right. You may be experiencing symptoms of Birth Trauma, we want you to know you are not alone.
Physical trauma may or may not be identified immediately. Indeed, you may be the first to notice something isn’t right. Find out more about types of physical trauma here.
Birth management is complex and the risks associated with child birth are now being divulged to women prior to birth ensuring you make the right choices for your situation.
Amy and Jennifer have put together a few books that may be of interest, highlighting the complexities of prolapse, pelvic floor essentials and the bare truth of Motherhood.
There are a range of agencies who provide free telephone support, information resources and services to assist you to access further information, support and care.
Read the personal stories by women and men affected by birth trauma. These have been shared in the hope that it makes others in a similar situation feel that they are not alone.
Partners and loved ones play a vital supporting role in the lives of women by postnatal psychological and physical distress. Find out more.
Reaching out to another person who has been through what you have experienced has proven to be an excellent way to assist with understanding your own personal experience.