Pam Mooney MSN, RN – Trauma and Maternal Mental Health
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Hi! I’m Liesel. I am a labor and delivery nurse, mom, wife and business owner! After having such a fulfilling birth experience at my hospital, I felt that I wanted to educate other moms in hopes that more women feel empowered and educated about motherhood, instead of scared and anxious. I have always had a passion for educating women and thoroughly enjoy spreading knowledge and awareness about what’s to come!
How does the joy of having a baby become one of the most traumatizing experiences in life? In a few, short missteps. Recognize the potential for birth trauma before it happens and learn strategies to prevent and manage it. Empower your patients and protect your mental health as a nurse. Learn about the most common causes of birth trauma including overmedicalized deliveries, forced procedures due to fear of safety, and the slippery slope of coercion. Arm yourself with the knowledge and tools to avoid the miracle of birth from becoming a delivery disaster for you and your patients.
As a relentless patient advocate, Pam promotes increased education and support of women during labor and delivery. She recognizes Birth Trauma as the effect of childbirth that no one talks about yet wreaks emotional havoc on both nurses and mothers. For more than a decade, Pam has worked to improve quality of care in the Maternal Child specialty including upholding medical facilities and physicians to State Regulations for safe practices and bringing awareness to issues like Birth Trauma. She consistently works to provide the additional training needed for labor and delivery nurses to ensure excellent patient care. Pam also serves as a Patient Advocate with Mommas Voices, which provides an opportunity to empower more mothers and further her mission of promoting the highest quality birth experience.
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