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Castellino, R. (1995-1998) "Resolving Prenatal and Birth Trauma." Training Manuscript. Santa Barbara, CA: BEBA.

_____ (1996). The polarity therapy paradigm, regarding preconception, prenatal, and birth imprinting. Santa Barbara, CA: BEBA.

_____ (1997). The caregiver's role in birth and newborn self-attachment needs. Santa Barbara, CA: BEBA.

Chamberlain, D. (1998). The mind of your newborn baby. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

Emerson, W. (1996). Collected works I: The treatment of birth trauma in infants and children. Petaluma, CA: Emerson Training Seminars.

_____ (1997). Birth trauma: The psychological effects of obstetrical interventions. Petaluma, CA: Emerson Training Seminars.

_____ (1998, March). "The Vulnerable Prenate." International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (10)1, p. 5-17.

_____ (1999). Shock, a universal malady. Petaluma, CA: Emerson Training Seminars.

_____ (2000). Collected works II: Pre- and Perinatal Regression Therapy. Petaluma, CA: Emerson Training Seminars.

_____ (2002). Shock and spirituality, how our earliest wounds affect the capacity for universe. Mawah, NJ: Paulist Press.

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Janus, L. (2001). The enduring effects of prenatal experience, echoes from the womb. Heidelberg, Germany: Mattes Press.

Levine, P. (1997). Waking the tiger: Healing trauma. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

Linn, S.F. (1999). Remembering our home, healing hurts, and receiving gifts from conception to birth. Mawah, NJ: Paulist Press.

Maret, S. M. (1997). The prenatal person, Frank Lake's maternal-fetal distress syndrome. New York: University Press of America.

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_____ (1960). Mythology of the prenatal life. London: The Integration Publishing.

_____ (1964). The universal design of creation. Edenbridge: Mark Beech.

Nathanielsz, P. (1999). Life in the womb, the origin of health and disease. Ithaca, NY: Promethean Press.

_____ (2001). The prenatal prescription, the ground breaking program to sageguard your child's future health. London: Vermilion.

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Renggli, F. (1974). Angst und geborgenheit, soziokulturelle folgen der mutter-kindbeziehjung im ersten lebensjahr, ergebnisse aus verhaltensforschung, Psychoanalyse und Ethnologie. Hamburg, Germany: Rowohlt Press.

_____ (1992). Selbstzerstorung aus verlassenheit, die pest als Ausbruch einer massenpsychose im mittelalter, zur geschichte der fruhen mutter-kind-beziehung. Hamburg, Germany: Rasch und Rohring.

_____ (2001). Der ursprung der angst, antike mythen und das trauma der geburt. Dusseldorf, Germany: Walter Press.

Taylor, S. (2001). Understanding and treating panic disorder, cognitive-behavioral approaches. Chichester and New York: John Wiley & Sons.

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Franz Renggli, Ph.D.