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|Nathalia M. S. Moonen–Budhi Nugroho||
Nese Karabekir holds an MA in psychology and is an individual/couple and group therapist, psychodrama therapist, and trainer for 22 years. Co-founder of Istanbul Psychodrama Institute and Istanbul Birth Academy. BA in Psychology in Istanbul University, MA in Psychological Counselling Studies at Keele University, England. She has been training psychodramatists since 1996. Recently she added her work as a birth psychologist and childbirth education. She is the part of a ‘Birth With No Regret’ team, working with obstetrician and midwife together.
|Nicole F. Church|
Nora is a trained art therapist and Diplomate Jungian psychoanalyst with a private practice in Boulder, Colorado. Nora’s 1989 publication Images of Pregnant Women offered a ground-breaking approach using a series of specific drawings to work with prenatal feelings and birth preparation. A case example was included in Gayle Peterson’s book An Easier Childbirth. She also conducted exploratory research using the Prenatal Art Therapy Intervention and Inventory, which was published in The Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology.
Ofra Lubetzky, PhD is a clinical psychologist, graduate in clinical program at Tel Aviv University. She received her doctorate from the Medical Faculty in the Psychiatry Department at Tel Aviv University. Before learning psychology she received a graduate degree in Occupational Therapy and Teacher for learning difficulties.
OHKADO Masayuki, PhD, is a professor on the Faculty of General Education at Chubu University in Aichi, Japan, and a visiting professor in the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Varenka Marc is a child psychoanalyst, Olivier Marc is an adolescent and adult psychoanalyst. Varenka consecrates her professional practice to the mother and child relationship, having a vast experience with children in the autistic spectrum. Olivier works with adults and adolescents, and researches the origin and symbolism of cultures' gestures and forms. They link anthropology and psychoanalysis in their profound and unique observations of children's drawings and have authored and coauthored over 30 articles and 5 books.
|Pamela Claire Borg|