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|Kimberly A. Tremblay|
|Kimberly R Mascaro||
Kimberly Mascaro is a doctorate candidate in clinical psychology at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. Her clinical specialty is in the emerging field of prenatal and perinatal psychology. Ms. Mascaro holds a master of science in counseling psychology from Dominican University and is a certified hypnotherapist. She has a decade of experience in child, adolescent, and young adult mental health. Currently, she is adjunct faculty at Arizona State University (West Campus) and at South Mountain Community College. Ms.
Klaus Evertz studied art and philosophy in Dusseldorf, Germany. He practices as a therapist in art and psychotherapy in Cologne and teaches Psychological Arttherapy at the University Clinic of Cologne. He is one of the editors of the Textbook for Prenatal Psychology (Mattes Publications, Heidelberg, 2014). His work includes publications, lectures, and symposia in art, aesthetics and psychoanalysis. He holds lectureships at the Cologne University, University of Dresden, and the University of Art Therapy in Nuertingen.
Krisztina Lakatos is associated with the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.
|Laura M Glynn|
|Laurie N Sherwen|
|LaVonne H Stiffler|
Lekie Dwanyen, M.S., is a doctoral student in the Department of Family Social Sciences at the University of Minnesota. Lekie is a graduate of the University of Kentucky's family science master's program with an emphasis in couple and family therapy.
|Lewis E Mehl|
|Lewis E Mehl-Madrona|
Dr. Lisa Kurth is Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, at University of Colorado-Denver, School of Medicine and is also Affiliate/ Associate Professor of Psychology at Colorado State University. As Clinical Director of the Alpine Behavior Therapy Clinic in Fort Collins, Colorado, she provides a broad spectrum of clinical services, including extensive evaluative and treatment for both children and adults with ADHD. Dr.
Lisa Miller, Ph.D. is a full Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, Teachers College, where she also founded and directs the Spirituality Mind Body Institute Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lorna D Milliken|
Lecturer and psychoanalysis instructor at the Psychoanalytic Training Institute in Heidelberg. Past-President of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM) (www.isppm.de), and Past-President of the German Society for Psychohistory and Political Psychology (www.psychohistorie.de). Member of various psychoanalytic and other societies.
Ludwig Janus, M.D. is a lecturer and psychoanalysis instructor at the Psychoanalytic Training Institute in Heidelberg, Germany. He is past-president of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM) and current Co-editor of the International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology. He has published numerous articles and books on prenatal and perinatal psychology and on psychohistory, including The Enduring Effects of Prenatal Life.
Professor Luisella Magnani teaches linguistics and aesthetics at the University Institute in Science of Linguistic Mediation of Varese, Italy. She is a researcher of Aesthetics at the Catholic University of Milan. Her affiliation is with the University of Studies of Insubria of Varese. She is focusing on prenatal pain in babies within the field of the non-pharmacological Care. In May, 2016, she received the Advocacy for Italy for Pediatric Palliative Care from the International Children’s Palliative Care Network.
|M J Lafuente|
Marcy Axness, Ph.D., is a leading authority in the fields of early human development, adoption, prenatal psychology, and interpersonal neurobiology. One of the world’s few experts in the primal issues in adoption, Dr. Axness teaches prenatal development at the graduate level and has a private practice counseling parents and “pre-parents.” For the past four years, Marcy has also been the Editor for APPPAH’s quarterly newsletter.