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Chamberlain, D. (1988) Babies Remember Birth now republished as (1998) The Mind of Your Newborn Baby. North Atlantic Books.
Emerson, W. (1984) Infant and Birth Refacilitation. Two papers. Available from Human Potential Resources, 4940 Bodega Ave., Petaluma, CA 94952, USA.
Emerson, W. (1989) Unpublished Papers.
Foder, N. (1949) The Search for the Beloved: A clinical investigation of the trauma of birth birth and prenatal conditioning. New Hyde Park, New York Univ. Books.
Grof, S. (1975) Realms of the Human Unconscious, New York: Viking Press.
Janov, A. (1973) The Feeling Child, New York: Simon and Schuster.
Lake, F. (1978) Treating Psychosomatic disorders related to Birth Trauma. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 22, 227-238.
Mott, F. (1952) Play Therapy with Children, Great Britain: The Integration Press.
Peerbolte, L.M. (1975) Psychic energy in prenatal dynamics, parapsychology, peak experiences, Wassenaar: Severe Publishers.
Oaklander, V. (1978) Windows to our Children: A gestalt therapy approach to children and adolescents, Real People Press: Moab, Utah.
O'Moore, M. (1994) Handbook on Bullying, Trinity College: Dublin.
Verny, T. with John Kelly (1981 & 1986) The Secret Life of the Unborn Child, New York: Dell.
Ward, S.A. (1985) "Stressful Pregnancies and Traumatic Births resulting in possible behaviour, emotional and learning difficulties." Unpublished Masters Thesis, Nottingham University, UK.
Shirley A. Ward, M.Ed. DipEd.
Shirley A. Ward M.Ed. DipEd., with founder Alison Hunter, is a director of Amethyst Resource Center for Human Development and International Advisor for APPPAH. She may be reached at 28 Beech Court, Killiney, County Dublin, Ireland.
Author's note: Dr David Chamberlain, Dr Thomas Verny, Dr William Emerson and Dr Violet Oaklander are long standing Patrons and Friends of Amethyst. They are generous with their time and are available as consultants and advisors for the Amethyst therapists and students.