Life with a newborn can sometimes be a challenge. One fact is that new babies cry and sometimes there seems to be no reason for their crying. Perinatal Educator, Molly Scarborough McMillion can help parents better understand not only why babies cry but how to console them. She can also help parents understand what resources are available to them when they have reached their limits. Shaken Baby Syndrome continues to be on the rise nationally and parents need all the support they can get.\r\n\r\nThe Happiest Baby Educator Certification is a program that helps educators teach skills for nurturing the parent to infant bond in the first few months of life. This valuable education for new parents at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center will be available starting in December 2013 (schedule tba). For more information on the program contact Molly McMillion at 304-647-6017 or email: email@example.com.\r\n\r\nGreenbrier Valley Medical Center is a 122-bed hospital where technology and skilled professionals come together to provide compassionate, customer-focused care. Key services include urology, orthopedics, cardiology and vascular, general surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, cardiopulmonary testing, imaging and diagnostics, and emergency medicine. Greenbrier Valley Medical Center is located at 202 Maplewood Avenue in Ronceverte. For more information, visit Greenbrier Valley Medical Center at www.gvmc.com.