6 edition of Psychological perspectives on pregnancy and childbirth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Sarah Clement ; foreword by Lesley Page.|
|Contributions||Clement, Sarah, Ph.D.|
|LC Classifications||RG560 .P796 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 273 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||97036826|
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The content of the book reflect a range of contemporary theoretical approaches and subject areas." Maria Barrell, University of Northumbria, UK"This is an excellent book which focuses on the underlying psychological factors that influence and guide women through pregnancy, childbirth . perspective, investigating risk factors and consequences of this form of fear or anxiety, along with studies evaluating different forms of interventions. The general aim of this thesis was to approach fear of birth from a psychological perspective, by exploring the role of psychological factors in this form o f fear, worry or anxiety.
Pregnancy as a transition period in a woman’s life is acknowledged to be associated with heightened levels of emotion and psychological status, and contemporary evidence suggests that the ramifications of significant psychological distress in pregnancy may well be enduring (Martin and Jomeen, ). This paper presents accruing evidence that. Written by doula Erica Chidi Cohen, Nurture walks you through the months of your pregnancy and the early postpartum phase in a comforting (but not condescending) way. Cohen includes recipes and exercises (physical and spiritual) for each month to keep you going. Since she’s a doula, the book also focuses on your labor and birth goals with a helpful “birth letter” exercise.
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This book explores the psychological aspects of pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood--an area usually overlooked in the perinatology literature. 20 multidisciplinary contributors discuss what parents and their children experience during this emotionally charged by: Psychological Perspectives on Pregnancy and Psychological perspectives on pregnancy and childbirth book Description.
This book explores the psychological aspects of pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood--an area Table of Contents.
Women's Experiences of Antenatal Ultrasound Scans. Antenatal Care: What Do Women Want?. Psychological. A book about the psychological journey women make when they become pregnant, give birth and adjust to life after childbirth. It focuses on three main issues: the experience for women, their families and caregivers, the psychological needs of women and their families at this time and the best way for caregivers to meet these psychological needs.
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Psychological perspectives on pregnancy and childbirth. This is a book about the psychological journey women make when they become pregnant, give birth and adjust to life after childbirth.
The focus of the book is on three main issues: The experience for women, their families and caregivers, the psychologicalneeds of women and their families at this time and the best way for caregivers to meet these psychological : Sarah Clement BSc PhD Cpsychol. Topics covered include vital nutrition to take throughout pregnancy, as well as natural remedies and cures for common pregnancy symptoms.
It also covers the debate over the appropriate use of interventions during a pregnancy. All in all, this book is a great pick for its beautiful illustrations, as well as the data based insights on health. This narrative review has identified three areas of research that seem to be of potential interest and importance to the field, namely systematic investigations of psychological mechanisms such as avoidance, reassurance and cognitive biases in fear of childbirth, longitudinal studies over more than one pregnancy exploring possible vicious circles, and within group comparisons of psychological characteristics among women fearing childbirth.
The Editor welcomes original papers on the psychological aspects of very early parenting, pregnancy, prenatal bonding and communication, childbirth, psychological factors in birth complications, birth losses and grief, adoption, the primal origins of health, birth and violence, the healing of birth trauma, and contrasting psychological.
Psychological Perspectives of Pregnancy and Childbirth. Course Level Undergraduate Year psychological disorders in the perinatal period; mental illness and childbirth, postnatal depression, postnatal psychosis, impact of abuse on the childbirth experience, drug addiction and childbirth.
By drawing on extensive research and clinical findings, The Psychology of Pregnancy and Childbirth provides a comprehensive overview of the major psychological changes and challenges which may be experienced during pregnancy, childbirth and parenting.
This review assessed psychological and social consequences of pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting after assisted conception and concluded that there was a potential cumulative negative effect on antenatal psychological functioning and post-partum adjustment.
Given poor reporting of individual study results and poor quality of included studies, the authors' conclusion should be interpreted with. Pregnancy and initial weeks/ months are a time for a significant psychological change for both parents. Such psychological changes during pregnancy help in the preparation and adaptation for parenthood, self-identity, couple relationship and parent-infant er, the psychological state of the pregnant woman is dynamic and changes/ fluctuates during every trimester.
BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of pregnancy and childbirth. The journal welcomes submissions on the biomedical aspects of pregnancy, breastfeeding, labor, maternal health, maternity care, trends and sociological aspects of pregnancy and childbirth.
[1, 21] were that risk assessment during childbirth is made more complex by the differences in the perceptions of risks between midwives and pregnant women, as risk from a midwife’s perspective is based on her specialised knowledge and training, epidemiology, personal values and experience, whereas a woman’s understanding of risk is far.
Consequently psychological research on pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood has focused on diverse substantive topics selecting different epistemologies, standpoints and methods. The changing nature of pregnancy When I was born, 60 years ago, pregnancy and childbirth were hit-and-miss affairs.
Oral contraceptives were things of the future. Wear marks on jacket, writing on inside cover. Some markings on pages of the was a breakthrough title when it was first published (LJ 5/15/72) because it gave equal space to the psychological adjustments of the expectant father.
Today it is one of many books that emphasize the psychology of pregnancy from both partners' points of s: 2.
Psychological perspectives on pregnancy and childbirth Sarah Edinburgh Clement Editor Churchill Livingstone,ISBNPrice £ The campaign to make childbirth safe for everyone has led to the development of clinics accessible to those living in more isolated areas and training more midwives to assist in childbirth.
Spontaneous abortion is experienced in an estimated percent of undiagnosed pregnancies and in another 10 percent of diagnosed pregnancies. Introduction. After the first successful birth following in vitro fertilization (IVF) inresearch focused predominantly on improving birth rates.
Investigations of the psycho-social consequences of infertility (reviewed by Wright et al., ; Greil, ) and IVF treatment (reviewed by Eugster and Vingerhoets, ; Verhaak et al., ) were first published in the mids.
A Look at Pregnancy and Birth Trauma and Polyvagal Theory from the Perspective of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology by Sally Dear-Healey, CCE(BWI), CD(BWI) Prenatal and perinatal psychology (PPP) provides a unique and critical awareness of the process of conception, pregnancy, and birth that is lacking from most childbirth education programs.Psychological changes in the first trimester usually involve anxiety about the unborn baby.
See more pregnancy pictures. © Publications International, Ltd. Pregnancy is an experience full of growth, change, enrichment, and challenge.