Jenny Mullan is the longest standing hypnobirthing Trainer in the UK and is cited as being an outstanding and gifted trainer. She has been teaching hypnobirthing to couples and training practitioners for the last 14 years.
Jenny’s passion for supporting women to have a good birth is infectious and well known to the hundreds of parents that have been fortunate enough to be in her class and benefit from her teaching. She has worked tirelessly over the years to help many women have a life changing birth.
Jenny Mullan is a highly creative and innovative person who works continuously to find new ways of supporting women with fertility, birth and birth trauma. She has combined her background in hypnotherapy andpsychotherapy (including the study of neuroscience, birth psychology and birth trauma) to create a brand new training course for hypnobirthing practitioners.
Over the years Jenny Mullan has contributed as a speaker for hypnobirthing at many prestigious events including ‘The Primary Care Trust Live’ medical conference where she was, on two separate occasions, awarded ‘best speaker’ in London and Manchester. She has also been a guest speaker at many universities including lecturing for the Royal College of Midwives.
She has received national attention and acclaimhaving been featured in ‘The Times’,’ Daily Mail’ and many top pregnancy magazines. She also appeared on ‘He’s having a baby in a BBC1/BBC3 series hosted by Davina McCall and her clients were featured on’ Richard and Judy’.
Jenny maintains that her greatest learning came from the birth of her own two wonderful children. She is indebted to her son and daughter for allowing her the greatest understanding of the true nature of birth.
Qualifications & Accreditations
BEd Honours Degree 2:1 – School teacher and head of Early Years for 9 years
Reflexologist – Distinction
Clinical Hypnotherapist and member of the MBIH
Hypnobirthing trainer and practitioner
Advanced Sedona coach
Human Givens Psychotherapist Post Graduate Diploma HG.Dip.P – Distinction
Birth Trauma Specialist
Member of the prenatal and perinatal psychology association APPPAH