DiscoverThe Science of MotherhoodEp 28. Dr Greer Kirshenbaum - Infant Neurodevelopment and Sleep: Understanding the Invisible 'Work' of a Mother
Ep 28. Dr Greer Kirshenbaum - Infant Neurodevelopment and Sleep: Understanding the Invisible 'Work' of a Mother

Ep 28. Dr Greer Kirshenbaum - Infant Neurodevelopment and Sleep: Understanding the Invisible 'Work' of a Mother

Update: 2022-04-20
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Dr Greer Kirshenbaum is a neuroscientist, doula and infant sleep specialist. On Today's episode we discuss the neurology / physiological changes in the first 4 months of a child life; How can we best support our children and what common myths or societal norms are perhaps dampening this support? And of course,  the process of matrescence and the physiological changes to a mother's brain.

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Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.
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Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:
Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.
If you want to gobble up our famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further.

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Ep 28. Dr Greer Kirshenbaum - Infant Neurodevelopment and Sleep: Understanding the Invisible 'Work' of a Mother

Ep 28. Dr Greer Kirshenbaum - Infant Neurodevelopment and Sleep: Understanding the Invisible 'Work' of a Mother