Academic journal article Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health

Editorial

Academic journal article Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health

Editorial

Article excerpt

With the light beginning to wane and autumn drawing near, we have the opportunity to pause, reflect, and harvest a deeper self-awareness. Thus, the contributions to this issue offer us a greater understanding and larger view of what we - as pre- and perinatal practitioners working in this field - are doing and where we are headed.

Michel Odent, MD, contributes an excellent piece that examines what impact the ever-rising c-section rate may have on the future of humanity. As always, his writing is supported by extensive research in the field of primal health.

We are pleased to share an article written by Dr. Thomas Verny, founder of APPPAH. Dr. Verny weaves together perspectives from epigenetics, immunology, nanotechnology, and clinical psychology to demonstrate how memory can be stored beyond just nerve cells of the brain. He explores how cellular memory in the body lends credence to the existence of prenatal memory.

We are also pleased to include an excerpt from the dissertation of Patricia Lucas, PhD, Prenatal and Perinatal therapists' Experiences of the Psycho-therapeutic Alliance: A Mixed Method Exploration. Her questions of practicing prenatal and perinatal practitioners, and their qualitative results elucidate the attributes of our profession, answer the question: what are the qualities of a PPN practitioner? …

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