Book Review: Transitions to Wholeness: Integrating Prenatal, Transpersonal, and Somatic Psychology (2020) by Matthew Appleton

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Volume/Issue :
Volume 36
,
Issue 1
(04 - 2022)


Author(s) :

Barbara Decker.


Abstract :

Transitions to Wholeness: Integrating Prenatal, Transpersonal, and Somatic Psychology (2020) by Matthew Appleton. Cosmoanelixis: Prenatal and Life Sciences. 506 pages. ISBN-13: 979-8681823469



Book Review: Psychological Trauma and The Developing Brain: Neurologically Based Interventions for Troubled Children (2004) by Phyllis T. Stein & Joshua Kendall

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Volume/Issue :
Volume 36
,
Issue 1
(04 - 2022)


Author(s) :

Barbara Hotelling.


Abstract :

Psychological Trauma and The Developing Brain: Neurologically Based Interventions for Troubled Children (2004) by Phyllis T. Stein & Joshua Kendall. Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press. 270 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0789017888. ISBN-10: 0789017881.



Book Review: When Survivors Give Birth: Understanding and Healing the Effects of Early Sexual Abuse on Childbearing Women

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Volume/Issue :
Volume 35
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Issue 3
(12 - 2021)


Author(s) :

Barbara Hotelling .


Abstract :

When Survivors Give Birth: Understanding and Healing the Effects of Early Sexual Abuse on Childbearing Women (2004), by Penny Simkin & Phyllis Klaus is reviewed by, Barbara Hotelling, JOPPPAH's Book Review Editor.



Book Review: Cultivating Mindfulness to Raise Children Who Thrive: Why Human Connection from Before Birth Matters

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Volume/Issue :
Volume 35
,
Issue 3
(12 - 2021)


Author(s) :

Barbara Hotelling .


Abstract :

Cultivating Mindfulness to Raise Children Who Thrive: Why Human Connection from Before Birth Matters (2020) by Antonella Sansone is reviewed by Barbara Hotelling, JOPPPAH's Book Review Editor.



Book Review: The Embodied Mind:Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies

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Volume/Issue :
Volume 35
,
Issue 3
(12 - 2021)


Author(s) :

Barbara Decker.


Abstract :

In this book, Dr. Verny takes us around the world with recent research on cell biology and memory in the human body. He explains the old paradigm of what he was taught in his early studies in biology, medicine, and psychiatry compared to up-to-date research in the field of cellular memory.