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Susan Highsmith, Ph.D. is a counselor and educator who mentors masters and doctoral candidates including students in APPPAH’s PPNE Program. She lectures at universities and community colleges, and speaks at international congresses addressing consciousness in the womb and the long-lasting effects of our earliest conditioning and experiences. Susan has published an easy-to-read primer, The Renaissance of Birth: Changing the Language of Childbirth, introducing PPN Psychology to young audiences, and a trilogy of fairy tales to be read to babies both in the womb and in arms. Her mission is to balance psychological theory and practice with spiritual and holistic wisdom.