Rebecca S. Molitor on Facilitating Prenatal Bonding

Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers.

Karen Doyle Buckwalter invites Developmental Therapist Rebecca S. Molitor on to the show to explore how to facilitate prenatal bonding. 

Rebecca S. Molitor

Rebecca Molitor considers herself fortunate to do every day what she is most passionate about...partnering with individuals and families to connect and reconnect with each other and themselves through gaining understanding, acceptance and creating changes in a compassionate manner. After working as a therapist in child social services for over a decade, Rebecca branched into private practice specializing in work with children from birth into adulthood, with an emphasis on attachment, trauma, mindfulness and self-acceptance.

She has been involved in Illinois Early Intervention since 2000 as a Developmental Therapist, Psychological Service Provider and Evaluator, and currently as the Social Emotional Consultant for CFC 21 and 22. Rebecca has presented on a variety of topics related to prenatal attachment, development, children, working with families, and provider self-nurturance throughout Illinois to schools, community groups and agencies, home visiting programs and conferences. Most recently, Rebecca has ventured into the prenatal world, becoming one of the first certified Prenatal Bonding (BA) Facilitators and trainer-in-training for the United States.

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