Handbook of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology

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Part I. Prenatal Psychology – Origins and Methodology.- Chapter 1. The History of Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 2. Methodological Levels.- Part II. Empirical Research, Brain and Stress Studies.- Chapter 3. Prenatal Structural Brain Development: Genetic and Environmental Determinants.- Chapter 4. Continuity and Dialog.- Chapter 5. The Pre- and Perinatal Origins of Childhood and Adult Diseases and Personality Disorders.- Chapter 6. Transgenerational Consequences of Perinatal Experiences: Programming of Health and Disease from Mother to Child and Subsequent Generations.- Chapter 7. Prenatal Developmental Origins of Early Brain and Behavior Development, of Self-Regulation in Adolescence, and of Cognition and Central and Autonomic Nervous System Function in Adulthood.- Chapter 8. Prenatal Psychoneuroimmunology.- Chapter 9. Epigenetics.- Chapter 10. Contemporary Environmental Stressors and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes – OPERA.- Chapter 11. Traces of the Invisible World of Becoming - Epigenetics as a Molecular Correlate of Prenatal Psychology.- Part III. Psychosomatics of Pregnancy and Birth.- Chapter 12. Attachment Guided Birth Culture as a Means to Avoid Pre- and Perinatal Health Disorders.- Chapter 13. Mother-Embryo-Dialog (M-E-D).- Chapter 14. Prenatal Roots of Attachment.- Chapter 15. The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of IVF/ICSI Babies: A Clinical Report.- Chapter 16. Improving Pregnancy Outcomes: Effects of an Integrated Linkage of Obstetrics and Psychotherapy.- Chapter 17. On the Psychodynamics of Preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome.- Chapter 18. A Visual Exploration of Psychodynamics in Problematic Pregnancies: Case Studies in Analytic-Aesthetic Art Therapy.- Chapter 19. Eric: Case study of an experienced one twin loss.- Chapter 20. Love, Pregnancy, Conflict and Solution: On the Way to an Understanding of Conflicted Pregnancy.- Chapter 21. Conflict of Pregnancy: Experiences from a Gynaecological and Psychotherapeutic Practice.- Chapter 22. On the History of the Pregnancy Conflict.- Part IV. Neonatology.- Chapter 23. Prenatal Bonding, the Perinatal Continuum and the Psychology of Newborn Intensive Care.- Chapter 24. Relating to the Preterm Child.- Part V. Psychotherapy.- Chapter 25. Introduction- The Prenatal Dimension in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 26. Therapy Stories for Prenatal and Perinatal Experiences: How Young Children Express Prenatal and Perinatal Experiences in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 27. Analytical Psychotherapy and the Access to Early Trauma.- Chapter 28. Pre- and Perinatal Baby Therapy: Baby Body Language.- Chapter 29. The Quality of an Original Experience of Being: The Fundamentals of Body-Psychotherapy in the Context of Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 30. Prenatal Regression in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 31. The Arc of Life: Continuity between Conception and Death. Art therapy and Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 32. Psychological Aspects of the First Trimester.- Chapter 33. Pre- and Periconceptional and Prenatal Psychology: Early Memories and Preverbal Approaches.- Chapter 34. Stress, Trauma, and Shock: The Failures and Successes of Cathartic Regression Therapy.- Chapter 35. Psychotherapy with infants and children.- Chapter 36. Birth Trauma: The Psychological Effects of Obstetrical Interventions.- Chapter 37. Psychoanalytic Parent-Infant-Psychotherapy: Transition to Parenthood.- Part VI. Prevention.- Chapter 38. On the Fundamentals and Necessities of Promoting Parental Competence.- Chapter 39. Introduction to Prenatal Bonding (BA)*.- Chapter 40. The Impact of Parental Conflict on the Intrauterine Realm.- Chapter 41. Post-Partum Mood Disorders: Prevention by Prenatal Bonding (BA).- Chapter 42. Family Midwifes: Early prevention built on long-term trust and respect.- Chapter 43. Early Care Networks in Germany and Initiation of the Pforzheim Study.- Part VII. Cultural Psychology.- Chapter 44. Prenatal Dimension of Cultural Psychology.- Chapter 45. Reflections about the Interplay of Prenatal and Postnatal Experience.- Chapter 46. Are Music Taste and Language Development Influenced by Prenatal Acoustic Experience?.- Chapter 47. Philosophical Aspects of Womb Life Based on the Work of Peter Sloterdijk.- Chapter 48. The Prenatal Dimension – Images in History, Art and Therapy.- Chapter 49. The Mental Echo of Preverbal Existence.- Chapter 50. Prenatal Psychology Holds the Key: Thoughts about the Cultural Meaning of Prenatal Psychology. 

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Klaus Evertz works as psycho-, art- and body therapist in own office and Center for Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Cologne. Painter and cultural psychologist. Research in Images as Forms of Consciousness. Lectureships at the Universities Cologne and Dresden and at the University for Art Therapy Nuertingen.

Ludwig Janus, M.D., is a lecturer and psychoanalysis instructor at the Psychoanalytic Training Institute in Heidelberg, Germany. He is past-president of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM) and current Co-editor of the International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology. He has published numerous articles and books on prenatal and perinatal psychology and on psychohistory, including The Enduring Effects of Prenatal Life.

Rupert Linder, M.D., is a gynecologist, obstetrician and psychotherapist profoundly integrating these three specialties in private praxis. Dr. Linder directs research in prevention of premature birth and improvement of mother child outcomes. He is past-president of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM). He in intensily working on the integration of the medical and social realms of his area and supports programs for improving early mother child interaction.



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  • Handbook of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology

  • Part I. Prenatal Psychology – Origins and Methodology.- Chapter 1. The History of Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 2. Methodological Levels.- Part II. Empirical Research, Brain and Stress Studies.- Chapter 3. Prenatal Structural Brain Development: Genetic and Environmental Determinants.- Chapter 4. Continuity and Dialog.- Chapter 5. The Pre- and Perinatal Origins of Childhood and Adult Diseases and Personality Disorders.- Chapter 6. Transgenerational Consequences of Perinatal Experiences: Programming of Health and Disease from Mother to Child and Subsequent Generations.- Chapter 7. Prenatal Developmental Origins of Early Brain and Behavior Development, of Self-Regulation in Adolescence, and of Cognition and Central and Autonomic Nervous System Function in Adulthood.- Chapter 8. Prenatal Psychoneuroimmunology.- Chapter 9. Epigenetics.- Chapter 10. Contemporary Environmental Stressors and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes – OPERA.- Chapter 11. Traces of the Invisible World of Becoming - Epigenetics as a Molecular Correlate of Prenatal Psychology.- Part III. Psychosomatics of Pregnancy and Birth.- Chapter 12. Attachment Guided Birth Culture as a Means to Avoid Pre- and Perinatal Health Disorders.- Chapter 13. Mother-Embryo-Dialog (M-E-D).- Chapter 14. Prenatal Roots of Attachment.- Chapter 15. The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of IVF/ICSI Babies: A Clinical Report.- Chapter 16. Improving Pregnancy Outcomes: Effects of an Integrated Linkage of Obstetrics and Psychotherapy.- Chapter 17. On the Psychodynamics of Preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome.- Chapter 18. A Visual Exploration of Psychodynamics in Problematic Pregnancies: Case Studies in Analytic-Aesthetic Art Therapy.- Chapter 19. Eric: Case study of an experienced one twin loss.- Chapter 20. Love, Pregnancy, Conflict and Solution: On the Way to an Understanding of Conflicted Pregnancy.- Chapter 21. Conflict of Pregnancy: Experiences from a Gynaecological and Psychotherapeutic Practice.- Chapter 22. On the History of the Pregnancy Conflict.- Part IV. Neonatology.- Chapter 23. Prenatal Bonding, the Perinatal Continuum and the Psychology of Newborn Intensive Care.- Chapter 24. Relating to the Preterm Child.- Part V. Psychotherapy.- Chapter 25. Introduction- The Prenatal Dimension in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 26. Therapy Stories for Prenatal and Perinatal Experiences: How Young Children Express Prenatal and Perinatal Experiences in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 27. Analytical Psychotherapy and the Access to Early Trauma.- Chapter 28. Pre- and Perinatal Baby Therapy: Baby Body Language.- Chapter 29. The Quality of an Original Experience of Being: The Fundamentals of Body-Psychotherapy in the Context of Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 30. Prenatal Regression in Psychotherapy.- Chapter 31. The Arc of Life: Continuity between Conception and Death. Art therapy and Prenatal Psychology.- Chapter 32. Psychological Aspects of the First Trimester.- Chapter 33. Pre- and Periconceptional and Prenatal Psychology: Early Memories and Preverbal Approaches.- Chapter 34. Stress, Trauma, and Shock: The Failures and Successes of Cathartic Regression Therapy.- Chapter 35. Psychotherapy with infants and children.- Chapter 36. Birth Trauma: The Psychological Effects of Obstetrical Interventions.- Chapter 37. Psychoanalytic Parent-Infant-Psychotherapy: Transition to Parenthood.- Part VI. Prevention.- Chapter 38. On the Fundamentals and Necessities of Promoting Parental Competence.- Chapter 39. Introduction to Prenatal Bonding (BA)*.- Chapter 40. The Impact of Parental Conflict on the Intrauterine Realm.- Chapter 41. Post-Partum Mood Disorders: Prevention by Prenatal Bonding (BA).- Chapter 42. Family Midwifes: Early prevention built on long-term trust and respect.- Chapter 43. Early Care Networks in Germany and Initiation of the Pforzheim Study.- Part VII. Cultural Psychology.- Chapter 44. Prenatal Dimension of Cultural Psychology.- Chapter 45. Reflections about the Interplay of Prenatal and Postnatal Experience.- Chapter 46. Are Music Taste and Language Development Influenced by Prenatal Acoustic Experience?.- Chapter 47. Philosophical Aspects of Womb Life Based on the Work of Peter Sloterdijk.- Chapter 48. The Prenatal Dimension – Images in History, Art and Therapy.- Chapter 49. The Mental Echo of Preverbal Existence.- Chapter 50. Prenatal Psychology Holds the Key: Thoughts about the Cultural Meaning of Prenatal Psychology.