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|Janet B. Teodori||
Janet B. Teodori, M.D.
|Janet E Kilbride||
Janet Kilbride is presently affiliated with the Philadelphia Geriatric Center, Behavioral Research, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141, U.S.A. A past secretary/Treasurer of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, she has published in psychological and anthropological journals on topics concerning infancy, socialization, and facial expression recognition. She has recently co-authored with Philip Kilbride, Changing Family Life in East Africa: Women and Children at Risk, University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1990.
|Janet Kestenberg Amighi|
Jannet Bakker graduated as a midwife in 1979. During 18 years she worked as an independent midwife in a practice with mainly home deliveries in the Netherlands. There she developed interest in the physiology of childbirth and motivation to advocate the right of every woman to make autonomous decisions. She obtained a doctorate in the Faculty of Medicine of Amsterdam in 2013 with a thesis titled “studies on induced labor”.
Jason D. Hans, Ph.D., CFLE, is a professor in the Department of Family Sciences at the University of Kentucky and editor of Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science.
Jeane Rhodes, PhD is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Colorado. She earned her PhD in Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology from The Union Institute in 1997, with dissertation research in body language and birth memory.
|Jeannine Parvati Baker||
Jeannine Parvati Baker has published in many journals on the psychological and spiritual aspects of fertility. Jeannine is the author of Prenatal Yoga & Natural birth, Hygieia: A Woman's Herbal and co-author with Frederick Baker of Conscious Conception: Elementary Journey Through the Labyrinth of Sexuality. Address correspondence to the author at Box 398, Monroe, UT 84754, USA.
|Jeffrey Von Glahn|
|Jeffrey W Gray|
|Jennifer A Gray|
Jennifer Senator obtained her master’s in counseling from Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Also an award-winning journalist, she is interested in raising awareness of mental health issues surrounding pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her husband and two young daughters. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jessica M Lahner|
Jill Brennan-Cook, DNP, RN-BC, CNE Assistant Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing
|Jill Diana Chasse||
As a doctor of public health (DrPH) and maternal/child mental health and wellness professional, Dr. Chasse’s career focus is on improving the health of women & families through research, program planning, training and policy development as well as managing programs in science & health including outreach and education in prenatal care, maternal morbidity and lactation. Dr. Chasse currently work in Infectious Disease research and education and also have experience in behavioral science and both managerial and field/applied epidemiology.
|Jo Ann B Ruiz-Bueno|
|Joann M O'Leary||
Joann O’Leary, PhD, MPH, MS, IMH-E® (IV), has a background in preschool special education, 18 years as a parent-infant specialist in a high-risk perinatal center and was a Fulbright Specialist at University College Cork, Ireland in 2016. Her research focus is how perinatal loss and the pregnancy that follows impact families.
Dr Jo Heyes is a chartered clinical psychologist and Clinical Director on the Staffordshire University Clinical Psychology Doctorate, with an interest in perinatal, parental and child mental health.
Johanna Schacht is a Member of the Board of the International Society for Peri- and Prenatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM):
Born 1976 in Hamburg, 2 children, born 2001 and 2003
|John C Sonne|
Brief Bio: For the past 5 decades John C. Chamberlain has engaged and connected community groups and businesses with his leadership and strategic thinking. A serial entrepreneur since his youth, he currently advises early stage enterprises how to form and grow into scaled mass market operations. He attended Andover and Princeton where his academic focus was on the human intersection with technology. This theme continues to intrigue him through ventures that leverage technologies to make lives better. He is a popular public speaker and for the past 20 years has specialized in providing software solutions for citizen engagement in legislative advocacy.
John Davies is associated with the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Mental Health Liaison Service, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, UK.
John Oates is associated with the Child and Youth Studies Group, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.
|John T Ham Jr|