Perinatal Dreaming: Experience | Speakers & Ideas
Perinatal Dreaming describes Marianne Wobcke’s personal journey surviving the Stolen Generations to reclaim her sense of self and identity as an urban Indigenous midwife. Through evocative art she explores some of the dramatic experiences connected to her conception, womb time, birth and early postnatal, and how she validated the authenticity of these experiences through a reunion with her birth mother and grandmother.
Woodforum: Global Trends for Women in Health | Speakers & Ideas
Join Dr Veronique Chachay, Fiona Mckeague, Sarah Ripper and Marianne Wobcke as they delve into the topic of women’s health care, here and abroad. How does Australia rate with health care and opportunity for wellness in our lives?
Perinatal Dreaming | Speakers & Ideas
An Indigenous midwife, Marianne discusses Perinatal Dreaming, which addresses the currently underestimated impact of perinatal imprints on our health and wellbeing. Indigenous Borning Lore protected the inner sacred realms by creating environments connected to birth and death that ensured individuals felt profoundly safe, loved and nourished through these intensely vulnerable rites of passage.