Search Results: birth psychology (131)

Thomas Verny, MD, shares his experience over 34 years of "ducking pies" presenting the science of birth psychology that, today, finds mainstream audiences through an award-winning documentary and international universities promoting Verny's original wisdom of the foundation of human wellness beginning at conception. Dr. Verny first presented his insights in…
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Editor's Note: Have you heard?  Birth psychology is ubiquitous in headlines and research today (see an overview of news in The Conscious Baby online paper and an overview of the new documentary IN UTERO here).  But the Western science "discovery" that babies are conscious, remember their births and are developmentally impacted preconception through…
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Find more inspirational quotes and graphics on Kindred's Pinterest page. About the Interview Sandra Bardsley, president of the venerable Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, shares insights and overviews of APPPAH's 30 year history and their groundbreaking outreach programs for parents and professionals. In the past three decades,…
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Ronald Goldman, Ph.D., a psychological researcher, educator, and writer, is the founder and Executive Director of the Circumcision Resource Center in Boston, a nonprofit educational organization. His groundbreaking investigation of the unacknowledged psychological and social aspects of circumcision includes hundreds of contacts with men, parents, Jews, and medical and mental…
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A national coalition of nonprofits and a diverse group of individuals, including psychologists, medical health professionals, doctors, midwives, early developmental educators, parents and more, gathered at the Annual BirthKeeper Summit and Family Rising Rally on May 14, 2016 at the National Press Club in Washington DC.  The summit's commitment to…
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A new article published in Clinical Lactation addresses potential negative outcomes of epidurals and other birth interventions. Birth Interventions Related to Lower Rates of Exclusive Breastfeeding and Increased Risk of Postpartum Depression in a Large Sample, was written by Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA, Zhen Cong, PhD, and Thomas W.…
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The ACOG 'action' was part of the Birthkeeper Summit which took place in Berkeley April 30th - May 3rd 2015.  The protest at ACOG's Annual Meeting was on the last day of the Summit. What is a BirthKeeper? A Birthkeeper is anyone, anywhere, who feels called to guard and protect our most…
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