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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|
Simone Davies is affiliated with Perinatal Community Mental Health Service, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, Hellesdon Hospital, Drayton High Road, Norwich, NR6 5BE, United Kingdom.
Stefani Mammenga is a Ph.D. student in Prevention Science at WSU Vancouver.
Stephanie Dueger, PhD, LPC
|Stephanie M Foster|
|Stephen L. Talbott||
Stephen L. Talbott is a Senior Researcher at The Nature Institute in Ghent, New York. There he attempts to elucidate what it means to pursue a qualitative science. His current project, entitled “What Do Organisms Mean? Toward a Biology Worthy of Life,” focuses on a molecular biological understanding of the organism and explores how this understanding requires a re-visioning of evolution. Articles on these topics are gathered at http://natureinstitute.org/txt/st/org.
Susan Highsmith, PhD
|Susana A Hassan-Schwarz Galle|
Brief Bio: Suzanne Arms is a respected author, photojournalist, filmmaker and practical visionary. She has given hundreds of keynote talks and workshops - and been interviewed in all forms of media - on 5 continents. Arms is founder-director of the Colorado-based non-profit (charity) Birthing The Future®. Her 1st of 7 published books, Immaculate Deception, was named a best book of the year by the New York Times and is widely considered to have fueled the international Birth Movement.
|Sylvia Klein Olkin|
Tal Moore is affiliated with Perinatal Community Mental Health Service, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, Hellesdon Hospital, Drayton High Road, Norwich, NR6 5BE, United Kingdom.
|Tara Maria A Blasco|
|Tara Maria A. Blasco|
Teresa Lear is a lactation consultant in private practice in Alexandria, VA. She is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Santa Barbara Graduate Institute with a specialty in prenatal and perinatal psychology. She teaches breastfeeding, childbirth, early parenting, and infant care classes to expectant parents while incorporating a holistic approach to pregnancy, birth and the perinatal period.
Teresa is a Certified Nurse Midwife, Birth Intuitive™ and Intuitive Counselor has been immersed in the domain of women's health, birth and complementary healing since 1979. From 1996 she has integrated her mind, body and spirit knowledge and skills to create her unique and groundbreaking work as a Birth Intuitive™. Teresa has been a proud member of APPPAH since 1987 and has presented in several round tables and concurrent sessions.