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|Marshall R Childs|
Martha L. Alejandro-Bird, BSN, RN is a 2nd year MSN student at Duke University School of Nursing.
|Martha G Welch|
Marti Glenn, PhD, is Co-Director of the STAR Foundation, www.starfound.org, offering intensive retreats for healing early trauma. She is founding President of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute with degrees in prenatal -perinatal, somatic, and clinical psychology. A pioneering psychotherapist and trainer for over 30 years, she integrates affective neuroscience with attachment, early development, and trauma. Dr. Glenn served on APPPAH’s Board of Directors and chaired several APPPAH conferences.
|Mary Beth Averill||
Mary Beth Averill, PhD, MSW, is an Adjunct Professor at the Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts. She lives in Eugene, Oregon, where she is a writing coach and life coach working mainly with academic writers.
|Mary Esther Malloy||
Mary Esther Malloy, MA, is the mother of three children, a Bradley childbirth educator, and an experienced labor support doula who facilitates All About Birth workshops for Choices in Childbirth in New York City. She invites you to her website www.mindfulbirthny.com and her blog www.thebirthpause.com. She would like to thank Abigail Santamaria for tenderly and tenaciously encouraging this project forward. This paper was fortunate to have such a doula.
|Mary F Straub||
Mary F. Straub is a freelance writer and an independent researcher long interested in the human condition. She is a hypnotherapist and instructor of the history and practical application of meditation as it applies to health. Address correspondence to the author at: 7600 South Cork Avenue, Justice, IL 60458.
|Mary Lou Moore|
Professor Massimo Agosti is the Director of the Specialization School in Paediatrics, University of Studies of Insubria of Varese–Paediatric Clinic. He is also the Director of the Mother-and-Child Department, Director of Neonatology, Intensive Care, and Paediatric Units, Varese-Verbano, ASST Settelaghi–Varese, Italy.
Matthew Appleton is a registered Craniosacral Therapist and Body Psychotherapist living and working in Bristol, England. In 2006, he founded Conscious Embodiment Trainings in 2006 to facilitate Prenatal and Birth Workshops for adults and teach Integrative Baby Therapy to health professionals. For ten years, he worked as a houseparent at A. S. Neill’s famous democratic school Summerhill and his book ‘A Free Range Childhood’ based on his experiences at Summerhill has been published in several languages. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Melanie E. Garrett is a biostatistician at Duke Molecular Physiology Institute in Durham, NC. She is primarily interested in analysis of multi-omics data to uncover the genetic underpinnings of complex human disease. Ms. Garrett works on a wide variety of disorders including neural tube defects, genetic modifiers of sickle cell disease, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
|Michael C Irving|
|Michael D Adzema|
|Michael T Hynan|
Michael Trout completed both his undergraduate studies in philosophy and his graduate studies in psychology in Michigan. He completed specialized training in infant psychiatry at the Child Development Project, University of Michigan School of Medicine, under Prof. Selma Fraiberg.
|Michelle R Storms|
|Millicent Adams Dosh|
Mirjam Kalland, Professor, Helsinki University, Finland - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Moira Pyle Fitzpatrick|