Maggie Newell holds her new baby, Hilma, who is seven hours old, in the healing garden at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Hilma was born a little more than an hour after Maggie and her husband, Wesley Newell, arrived at the hospital, so she didn't have time to try any of the Creative Arts Therapies. Hilma's older brother, Wesley, had already met his new sister Wednesday afternoon. Pioneer Photo/Molly Miron
Sanford Bemidji Medical Center: Birthing unit adopts Creative Arts Therapy
The four main fears pregnant women - both first timers and experienced mothers - express are loss of control, pain, nausea and anxiety.
A new policy and set of strategies Sanford Bemidji Medical Center has adopted for the obstetrician and women's services units involve Creative Arts Therapy.
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