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.
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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.
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Marti Glenn, PhD, is Co-Director of the STAR Foundation, www.starfound.org, offering intensive retreats for healing early trauma. She is founding President of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute with degrees in prenatal -perinatal, somatic, and clinical psychology. A pioneering psychotherapist and trainer for over 30 years, she integrates affective neuroscience with attachment, early development, and trauma. Dr. Glenn served on APPPAH’s Board of Directors and chaired several APPPAH conferences.
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Mary Beth Averill, PhD, MSW, is an Adjunct Professor at the Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts. She lives in Eugene, Oregon, where she is a writing coach and life coach working mainly with academic writers.
|Mary Esther Malloy||
Mary Esther Malloy, MA, is the mother of three children, a Bradley childbirth educator, and an experienced labor support doula who facilitates All About Birth workshops for Choices in Childbirth in New York City. She invites you to her website www.mindfulbirthny.com and her blog www.thebirthpause.com. She would like to thank Abigail Santamaria for tenderly and tenaciously encouraging this project forward. This paper was fortunate to have such a doula.
|Mary F Straub||
Mary F. Straub is a freelance writer and an independent researcher long interested in the human condition. She is a hypnotherapist and instructor of the history and practical application of meditation as it applies to health. Address correspondence to the author at: 7600 South Cork Avenue, Justice, IL 60458.
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Matthew Appleton is a registered Craniosacral Therapist and Body Psychotherapist living and working in Bristol, England. In 2006, he founded Conscious Embodiment Trainings in 2006 to facilitate Prenatal and Birth Workshops for adults and teach Integrative Baby Therapy to health professionals. For ten years, he worked as a houseparent at A. S. Neill’s famous democratic school Summerhill and his book ‘A Free Range Childhood’ based on his experiences at Summerhill has been published in several languages. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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