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Gregg Lahood PhD is an independent anthropological researcher and transpersonal gestalt psychotherapist. His interests include the transpersonal, spiritual, evolutionary and perinatal dimensions of childbirth. He has interviewed over 100 women in Australia and New Zealand and written and about the unique woman centered participatory events that women can participate in during childbirth in dozen articles on childbirth and transperspersonal psychology. Gregg's work suggests that women's spiritual events in childbirth are a valid but overlooked dimension in childbirth and psychology.
|H. M. Evans|
Hakan Çoker MD, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, LCCE, worked in various hospitals in his home country of Turkey, then decided to be an advocate for natural births, childbirth education, and continuous birth support. He became a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, HypnoBirthing Practitioner, and Active Birth Trainer, and is co-creator of the Birth with No Regret model. In 2010, he and psychologist Neşe Karabekir founded İstanbul Birth Academy. He is the country representative of the International MotherBaby Childbirth Initiative (IMBCI).
Dr. Harish Thippeswamy is an Additional Professor at Department of Psychiatry, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India. He is interested in the areas of consultation-liaison psychiatry; psychosocial aspects and neurobiology of postpartum psychiatric disorders. Email: email@example.com.
|Harold E Buttram|
Haylee Haas, BS Biology Duke University ABSN Student
|Heather L. Corwin|
Dr. Heather Mattner, is a Perinatal Health Psychologist and Midwife with an extensive background in maternal/infant healthcare, midwifery practice, research and education, models of practice development and review, perinatal mental health and wellbeing, perinatal Aboriginal health and wellbeing and primary healthcare. Heather is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at The University of Adelaide.
Heidi Cope, MS, is a board-certified genetic counselor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Medical Genetics at Duke University Medical Center. She has spent the last fifteen years engaged in research to identify the genetic causes of rare human diseases. Ms. Cope received the Audrey Heimler Special Project Award in 2013, which allowed her to undertake a study to learn more about the psychological impact of losing a baby to anencephaly.
Heidi V. Krowchuk, PhD, RN, FAAN is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Programs at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing. Her clinical expertise is in the area of parenting and family-centered well child care; her research focuses on improving health outcomes for vulnerable women and their children. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
|Helen H Watkins|
|Helen McK Doan|
Dr Helena Priest is a chartered psychologist and research tutor on the Staffordshire University Clinical Psychology Doctorate, with an interest in qualitative research methods.
Dr. Helga Blazy, Hermann-Pflaume-Str. 39, 50933 Köln, Tel. 49-221-497-1191, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Hillary McBride received her PhD at the University of British Columbia, Canada, and is a speaker, author, and psychotherapist in Vancouver.
|Ian S Zagon|
|Ignez Carvalho Hartmann||
Ignez Carvalho Hartmann is a child and adolescent analyst and music therapist. The focus of her research is based on expressive therapeutic mediums such as painting, music, and sand scenes. She is a professor and supervisor at the Institute of Analytical Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents in Heidelberg, Germany.
Ildiko Danis is associated with the Institute of Mental Health, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary.
Ingeborg Bosch is a Psychologist, PRI therapist, and author: email@example.com.
|Irene de Graaf||
Irene de Graaf obtained a doctorate at the university of Amsterdam in 1999 with a thesis entitled “ on first trimester Down syndrome screening”. She graduated as gynecologist in 2005. She worked for 7 years as a general gynecologist. In 2012 she switched to the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam to become a perinatologist. Her approach towards teaching resulted in an appointment as principal educator. Fields of interest are perinatology, pregnancy and psychiatry. She is a strong advocate of autonomy in childbirth and shared decision making.