Using Psychodrama in Childbirth Education and Birth Psychotherapy: Birth with No Regret by Neşe Karabekir

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Mar 2016

Neşe Karabekir details the work of her and her husband, Dr. Hakan Coker, in Turkey (Birth with No Regret) and introduces the professional role of a birth psychologist.

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Coker, H. (2015). The natural birth with 100 questions. Istanbul, Turkey: Inkilap.

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Neşe Karabekir details the work of her and her husband, Dr. Hakan Coker, in Turkey (Birth with No Regret) and introduces the professional role of a birth psychologist.

Ethical Considerations in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Education

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Publication Date: 
May 2014

Prenatal and perinatal psychology as a field of practice an emerging discipline in the healing arts. The development of a code of  ethics  is  a  marker  of  this  maturity.  This paper was developed for the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health as part of  its certification program for educators.

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Association  of  American  Educators,  (2013).   Ethics  for  educators.  Retrieved  from  the internet:       http://www.aaeteachers.org/index.php/about-us/aae-code-of-ethics.
Beauchamp, T., & Childress, J. (2013). Principle of biomedical ethics. New York:  Oxford Press.
Foster, I. & Lasser, J. (2011). Professional ethics in midwifery practice. Sandbury, MA: Jones and Bartlet.
International Childbirth Educators Association, (2013) Code of ethics for ICEA certified educators and doulas. International Childbirth Educators Association.,
Lamaze  International  Certification  Council,  (2006).  Code  of  ethics  for  lamaze  certified childbirth educators. Lamaze International.
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White,  K.  (2103)  Interview  with  Ray  Castellino,  DC,  RPP,  RCST©  “The  Principles,”
Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 27 (4), 263-275.

Prenatal and perinatal psychology as a field of practice an emerging discipline in the healing arts. The development of a code of  ethics  is  a  marker  of  this  maturity.  This paper was developed for the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health as part of  its certification program for educators.

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