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|Timothy M Gilmor|
Tina Merrill is a BSN student at the Duke University School of Nursing.
|Toni M Armstrong|
|Tracy L. Carlis||
Tracy L. Carlis, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice. Dr. Carlis specializes in all areas of adoption including individual and group therapy with children and adult adoptees, international and domestic adoptions, adoptive families, and birth parents. She is an adoption educator in the child welfare community, the medical and legal professions, adoptive and foster parent organizations and has taught classes at the university level. In addition, she has been an expert witness in a number of legal cases involving parricides by adoptive teens and young adults.
Dr Vanessa Dale-Hewitt, Division of Psychiatry & Applied Psychology, University of Nottingham, is a clinical psychologist and was a clinical tutor for the Trent Doctorate in Clinical Psychology course at the time of authorship. She is a clinical psychologist and has a specialist interest in perinatal psychology: 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.
Verna Oberg supports families with infants and young children, working for the past six years for Squamish Nation on the west coast of Canada as their Infant Development Facilitator. Verna earned her MA in Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology from Santa Barbara Graduate Institute in 2010.
Victoria Flores, MA, SEP, CHHC, earned a MA in holistic health from Georgian Court University and a BA in sociology from the University of Vermont. Her master’s thesis on pre- and perinatal trauma is the foundational work that informs her practice. Victoria is a frequent guest lecturer at Georgian Court University on such topics as trauma and divine feminine wisdom, and she is a featured author in the anthology Women Living Consciously.
|Warren A. Rhodes|
|Wayne H. Denton|
|Wenda R Trevathan|
|Wendasha Jenkens Hall||
|Wendy A Hall|
|Wendy Anne McCarty||
A leader in the frontier to optimize human potential and relationships from the beginning of life. Author of Welcoming Consciousness: Supporting Babies’ Wholeness at the Beginning of Life–An Integrated Model of Early Development. Founding chair, co-author, and Associate Faculty of the first degree programs in prenatal and perinatal psychology at Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. Her innovative work incorporates prenatal and perinatal psychology, her ground-breaking consciousness-based early development theory, consciousness studies and energy
|William B Sallenbach||
William B. Sallenbach, Ph.D., is a staff child therapist at the Gateway Center in Ketchikan, Alaska, part-time Instructor in Developmental Psychology for the University of Alaska, Southeast, and Director of the Institute for Prenatal Studies. For several years he has been working in the area of prenatal bonding and learning patterns and is currently studying cross-cultural variations. He also works with traumatized children and their families. This article reports on a unique and intensive observational study of his own child from week 34-36 in utero.
|William F Hull|
|William J Baldwin|