Jeane Rhodes, PhD is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Colorado and adjunct faculty (online) for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in their somatic psychology program, serving as chair or reader on for many doctoral candidates. She earned her PhD in Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology from The Union Institute in 1997, with dissertation research in body language and birth memory.
        Jeane worked in the foster care system for ten years in various capacities, including as a therapist for children in foster care and as executive director of a foster placement agency. Her novel, The Birth of Hope, is based on her experiences in the foster care system. The book also incorporates pre and perinatal psychology principals in this moving story of teen pregnancy in foster care.
        She joined APPPAH in 1989 and was active as a contributor to the journal and congress presenter. She became associate editor of JOPPPAH in 2002 and editor-in-chief in 2009. After a one-year break from active involvement in APPPAH, she returned as administrative hub for APPPAH and Managing Editor of the Journal in January, 2014.  Her service on the board totals almost five years, three prior to her sabbatical and approaching two since her return.



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