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Last year I started the Prenatal and Perinatal Educator (PPNE) Certificate Program developed by APPPAH (Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health). This is my first essay, on module 1 - PPNE Foundation and I decided to make it public in order to promote the program and all the new information regarding this discipline. 

RO: Dragi cititori ai blogului, voi gasi timp in viitor sa traduc in limba romana acest articol. EN: Romanian readers, I will find some time to translate it for you.   

Since last year I didn't heard about pre and perinatal psychology although I kept my mind open to the latest trends in psychology. In the past, as a pregnant women I started to read about the baby in my womb and the birthing process. All the materials that I have found in that period and the information from my doctor were about the physical development of the baby and my physical status. I had a lot of emotional challenges in my pregnancy and the need to have a more holistic approach, more appropriate with the triad body-mind-soul.

My quest took me to discover the prenatal and perinatal psychology, a „Holy Grail” of answers to my many questions regarding the bonding with the baby, the impact of mothers emotions in pregnancy and most important „the secret life of the unborn”. The first articles and books were full of revelations. I had many talks with family and friends that started with „do you know that the baby in the womb...”. Suddenly my focus was not only on the emotional life of the mother, but also of the baby, the way he experienced life before and after birth, the connections with the family and with the environment.

All the information contribute to the clear image that the baby (from conception to the first 3 years) is a human that was interacting and developing on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, relational and spiritual. In the pre and perinatal psychology the babies are reclaiming their position: „We are conscious sentient beings. We who are conceived in love have a better start, no matter how that conception takes place. We who are misconceived can participate in the decision not to incarnate. We know innately how to birth ourselves. We need to be encouraged, not forced into this reality. We who are protected before we’re born have a better chance of being healthy babies and we tend to birth ourselves with strength. We need secure attachments at birth in order to build self-esteem and trust in the world.” (Morningstar, S. 2013)

Due to this holistic and complex approach, prenatal and perinatal psychology developed as an „interdisciplinary study of the earliest periods in human development, including conception, time in the womb, experiences during and after birth, and experiences with caregivers and the family system through the first year following birth. Theory and research in multiple disciplines, including embryology, morphogenesis, bioengineering, evolutionary biology, psychophysiology, behavioral perinatology, neurobiology affective neuroscience, attachment, and traumatology, provide the foundation for the exploration of how experiences during this critical developmental period impact an individual. Knowledge from these fields illuminates the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional impacts of our earliest experiences and how they form enduring response patterns that shape our development, behavior and health over the life span." (Weinstein, 2016)

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