|Here are links to individuals and organizations. I highly recommend that you avail yourself of them. They are divided into two sections: Therapeutic Resources and Vendors of Commercial Services. |
Aware Parenting is a philosophy of child-rearing - developed by developmental psychologist Aletha Solter, Ph.D. - that has the potential to change the world. Based on cutting-edge research and insights in child development, Aware Parenting questions most traditional assumptions about children, and proposes a new approach that can profoundly shift a parent's relationship with his or her child.
International Primal Association - The International Primal Association is a community of feeling-oriented individuals who value primal process, abreaction and other deep-feeling work to promote healing, growth, wholeness and authentic being. This link is to the website that the IPA is developing; more IPA information is available on the Primal Psychotherapy Page (see below).
Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health - APPPAH is a non-profit organization of lay and professional people interested in the effects of prenatal and birth experiences on our long-term mental and physical health.
International Society of Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine - The European counterpart of APPPAH. If it is not in English, just select English on the first page.
Primal Psychotherapy Page - John Speyrer has gathered a lot of information on primal work in this interesting and multi-faceted webpage. (At this point, it contains more information about the IPA than the IPA page does.)
Birthing the Future - Suzanne Arms is a videographer, photographer and birth activist who teaches, lectures, and publishes videos and books. The purpose of her organization is to inspire, foster and advocate vision and practical models for the and well being of life on this planet. Contains startling information about the state of birth in America!!
EVEN MORE GREAT LINKS: Go here for links to related websites who have received the "Babies Are Aware Award."
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Last updated May 2, 2005