Welcome to MyrnaMartin.net
You can watch my September Webinar HERE in a series of YouTube videos.
You Tube Video Interviews with Myrna, being interviewed by Kate White: A Four part series for Pathways Magazine is posted.
A History of Pre and Perinatal Work Personally and within the Profession
What is it that Families and Babies Really Want and Need
- Myrna will offer a three part webinar, “Listening to Babies” for 2 hours on each date, later in the year. Watch this spot or email Myrna to be on the Invitation List. . The cost of this webinar for all three parts will be $30.
There will be an opportunity at the end of the Webinars to ask questions about process workshops.
- Myrna’s Virginia Pre and Perinatal Professional Training has started and the Vancouver Training begins in late May. See the Trainings Section. The dates are now posted. Myrna’s Process Workshop schedule for 2013 is posted. Please go to those sections for details.
Myrna has 40 years experience working with people therapeutically as a nurse, public health nurse, family therapist, Integrative Body/Mind Therapist and teacher (IBP), Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and approved Teacher. She has been in full time private practice and teaching Pre and Perinatal Workshops, Seminars and full Professional Trainings since 2000.
When her children were growing up, she was Director of Nelson and Area Mental Health Services and when they graduated from high school and went off to university she created the Kutenai Institute of Integral Therapies and began teaching about and practicing early trauma resolution work with babies, young children and adults full time.
Myrna is a long term resident of Nelson who practices and teaches here. She also travels to England and Europe facilitating process workshops for adults and trainings and seminars for professionals and parents.
Myrna is certified by Dr. Ray Castellino to give process workshops and by Dr. William Emerson to facilitate personal intensive workshops. She teaches a 2 1/2 year Pre and Perinatal Professional Training.
Myrna is a nurse with a Masters’ degree in Family Therapy, a member of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors, The Biodynamic Craniosacral Association of North America, BC Adoption Association, the Western Canada Infant Mental Health Association and the American Association of Prenatal and Perinatal Health and Psychology.
Myrna is married and has three grown children. She and her partner, Ken, live in the country where they are hikers, avid gardeners and explorers of community and spiritual consciousness.