Hypnosis for pregnancy and childbirth

Notes

1. H. Moroshima and H. Pedersen. "Maternal Psychological Stress and the Fetus," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 131 (1978): 286.

2. R. L Gorsuch and M K. Key, "Abnormality of Pregnancy as a Function of Anxiety and Life Stress, Psychosomatic Medicine, 36 (1974): 352-362.

3. M. MacDonald, M. Gunther. and A. Christakes, "Relations between Maternal Anxiety and Obstetrical Complications," Psychosomatic Medicine, 25 (19v3): 74 77

4. G. Levenson and S Shnider. "Catecholomines: The Effects of Maternal Fear and Its Treatment on Uterine Dysfunction and Circulation," Birth and Family Journal, 6 no 3 (1979): 167-174

5. S E. Lederman, B A. Lederman, and 3 Work, "The Relationship of Maternal Anxiety, Plasma Catecholomines, and Plasma Cortisol to Progress in Labor.," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 132 (1978): 495.

6. L. M Gunther, "Psychopathology and Stress in the Life Experience of Mothers and Premature Infants American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 131 (1963): 286

7. G. Di Bernando, "The Role of Hypnosis in Present-Day Obstetrics," Minerva Medicine, 66, no 6 (1975): 276 - 280.

8. N Poncelet, "An Ericksonian Approach to Childbirth," in J. Zeig, ed., Ericksonian Psychotherapy, vol 2 (New York: Brunner-Mazel, 1985).

9. L. E. Mehl, S. Donovan, and G. H. Peterson, "The Role of Hypnotherapy in Facilitating Normal Birth," in P. Freyburgh and L. Vanessa-Vogel, eds. Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, (Park Ridge, NJ: Parthenon, 1988).

10. J. Zeig, Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis in Psychotherapy (New York: Bnunner-Mazel, 1982).

11. Charles Hampden-Tumer, Maps of the Mind (New York: Macmillan, l981), p. 84.

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