Matters of the Heart During Pregnancy: From the podcast website — On this episode we’ll be speaking with Dr Wendy Anne McCarty, a pioneer in the leading-edge field of prenatal and perinatal psychology and the expanded multidimensional understandings of babies. In this fascinating interview Dr. McCarty shares her own journey of evolution from a Newtonian […]
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Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology (PPN) Findings: A Call to Evolve Early Development Theories and Models–An Overview A Webinar with Wendy Anne McCarty – January 13, 2020. The field of prenatal and perinatal psychology has decades of clinical evidence and experience that expand our current early development understandings to a greater multidimensional lens. Often when professionals […]
APPPAH offers many avenues of learning, participating and collaborating within a community that celebrates and honors the consciousness of babies as both sentient consciousness and sensitive human being from the beginning of life. APPPAH adopted and endorses the 12 Guiding Principles-PPN. Here are three upcoming events:
For 30 years, I have had the privilege of working with babies and families through the consciousness-based paradigm lens of who babies are and how we can best welcome and support them. When we enter their multidimensional world with reverence and receptivity, we awaken greater love, awe, and avenues to nurture the baby’s human potential […]
During the last six months, we have had many opportunities to share and expand our message with the 12 Guiding Principles: Nurturing Human Potential and Optimal Relationships from the Beginning of Life. Here are a few highlights:
The workshops are for all professionals supporting families during the prenatal and perinatal period, and families with infants and young children, i.e. craniosacral therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, holistic practitioners, bodyworkers, psychologists, social workers, midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, and early childhood educators.
Last week I received a deeply moving email from Professor Luisella Magnani, faculty at the Catholic University of Milan, Italy. Her heartbreaking story compels us to examine the way we care for our sick babies. In her own words: I take the liberty of writing you in order to tell you that I am studying […]
In 1990, I opened my psychotherapy practice to families with young children who were having difficulties in their lives. Even though their symptoms and behaviors covered a wide range, they all had something in common – something had not gone well during their prenatal, birth, or newborn experience, and the child and family had never […]
APPPAH hosted its 20th International Congress at the Town and Country Resort Hotel in San Diego, CA November 29-December 3, 2017. Professionals gathered to hear speakers from science, clinical practice, and educational backgrounds in the theme: The Conscious Baby Emerges: Scientific, Medical, Psycho-Social, and Somatic Discoveries. Attendees came from all over the world, including China, […]