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|Ruth D Rice|
Prof. Ruth Fridman graduated from the Municipal Conservatory of Music "Manuel de Falla". She is President of the International Music Society for Pre-natal Development, U.S.A. The author wishes to acknowledge her editors, Paidos and Guadalupe, for letting her quote some fragments from previous articles.
|Ruth Johnson Carter|
Ruth Litovsky received her B.S. in psychology and M.S. in neuropsychology, both from Washington University in St. Louis. There she investigated development of infants "atrisk". She is currently a Ph. D. candidate in Developmental Psychology at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, working on auditory development in infants. Address: Department of Psychology, Tobin Hall, Amherst, MA 01003.
|Salome Yekta Dubenetzky||
Salome Dubenetzky, Psy.D. As a mother who has experienced a stillbirth, Dr. Dubenetzky’s passion for research in the field of perinatal loss is deeply felt. Awarded a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2016, she specializes in the area of maternal mental health, particularly perinatal loss. She is a Board Member for Empty Cradle, Vice Chair of the Star Legacy Foundation, and a Peer Support Mentor for the MISS Foundation.
Sandra's career of 45 years has been in the area of maternal-child health. She has had the opportunity to work as a labor and delivery nurse, midwife, doula & doula trainer, lactation consultant, childbirth and parenting educator and counselor. She started her own business of "Co-Creations for Joyful Births" where she had the opportunity of helping many parents and infants through their pregnancy, birth ,and early parenting experiences.
|Sandra G Landsman|
|Sandra J Weiss|
Sandy Morningstar has practiced Body Centered Therapy in her home state of Vermont for twenty years. She has an MA from St. Michael's College and interned in the Vermont State. She teaches an apprenticeship program in Vermont and has for many years assisted Douglas Brady at The Kripalu Yoga Center in Lenox, Mass. She has authored a book entitled Who is Born? Exploring the Birth Patterns that Shape Our Lives which is forthcoming.
|Sara L. Sohr-Preston||
Sara Sohr-Preston is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Southeastern Louisiana University, with research and teaching interests in developmental psychology, family building (pregnancy, adoption, infertility, trying to conceive), transition to parenting, and research methodology.
Sarah Ford is graduate student in psychology at Southeastern Louisiana University, with recent research emphasis in physiological psychology and pain perception.
|Sarah J Buckley|
Sarah Pardue obtained her Master of Arts degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2018. She plans on enrolling in a doctoral program in the near future and is interested in clinical psychological research.
Sarah Uzelac, Ph.D.
Shelby Morain currently works as a graduate assistant/teaching assistant for the psychology department at Southeastern Louisiana University. She will be graduating in May of 2018 with her Master of Arts in Psychology. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is currently pursuing her certification in behavior analysis in order to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
|Shilpa V. Sivaraman||
Dr Shilpa V. Sivaraman was formerly a Junior Resident at Department of Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore, India and is currently working as a Senior Resident at Department of Psychiatry, RML Hospital and PGIMER, New Delhi. She is interested in the area of clinical aspects of Women s Mental Health.
|Shirley A Ward|
|Simon H House|
Stefani Mammenga is a Ph.D. student in Prevention Science at WSU Vancouver.
Stephanie Dueger, PhD, LPC
|Stephanie M Foster|