Tag Archives: carrying

Session: The average parent: Who is that, how do we help them?

By | September 25, 2018

The average parent: Who is that, how do we help them? How to build a supportive community for all parents By Emily Williamson We tend to take extensive courses and sessions on helping parents and children in exceptional circumstances. But most of the parents we encounter will have healthy, full term children. As consultants, we… Read More »

Session: Carrying research, you can do it too!

By | September 22, 2018

Carrying research, you can do it too! By Veerle de Winter There is a need for more research, and not only that but diverse research within the carrying community. As consultants, we have two choices: We can wait and hope that academics and researchers create these studies, or we can step up and do some… Read More »

Session: How babywearing consultations benefits families

By | September 10, 2018

How babywearing consultations benefits families: Improving consultation techniques By Susanne Lenk Though there are many online support groups in place to help families carry their babies, an in-person consultation is very beneficial, and it is the best way to achieve success in a babywearing journey. In order to best accomplish this, you must consider how… Read More »

Seminar list

By | August 25, 2018

  We’re modernizing: The conference is now going to take place in two parts! We are still going to offer sessions in person at the lovely Diagonal Gates Hotel with keynote speakers Dr. Carlos Gonzalez and Dr. Evelin Kirkilionis, but now everything will be recorded!   Why? Because Barcelona isn’t accessible to everyone and it’s… Read More »

Dr. Evelin Kirkilionis – Saturday November 3, 2018

By | July 21, 2018

Keynote speaker: November 3, 2018 Dr. Evelin Kirkilionis is a biologist and a human ethologist who has studied the basic needs of children for over 20 years. Dr. Kirkilionis studied biology at the universities of Kaiserslautern and Freiburg. At the University of Freiburg, she did a concentration in behavioral biology, with her doctoral thesis focusing… Read More »