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News from the Erasmus project

The Easmus project lasted 3 years and had the following goals: To develop an innovative model for childbirth preparation based on knowledge from midwifery and pre- and perinatal psychology. Carry out a systematic assessment of the effectiveness of the activities carried out. Disseminate the results obtained, share best practices with international partners and strengthen cooperation …

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Obituary Peter Fedor-Freybergh, 12.11.1936 – 6.10.2021

It is with sadness and pain that we must bid farewell to Peter-Fedor-Freybergh, the great pioneer of prenatal psychology and the great scientist and scientific publicist, who was able to be so integratively effective thanks to his broad scientific spectrum, which ranged from immunology to obstetrics, psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy and even literary works.  Because of …

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Newsletter 08/2020

Dear members of the ISPPM e.V., on these summer days we will get back to you with another, this time quite long newsletter. It informs about the work done since March 2020,projects of the association, events in the field of pre- and perinatal psychology, current literature as well as special events within the professional world …

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Frame notions of “Prenatal oriented psychotherapy (PfP)”

Rahmenvorstellungen einer „Pränatal fundierten Psychotherapie (PfP)” Die „Pränatal fundierte Psychotherapie“ hat ihre Methodik und Praxis in einer großen Zahl von Darstellungen in den letzten Jahrzehnten  zugänglich gemacht und ein solides Fundament erarbeitet, auf das die etablierten Psychotherapiesysteme zurückgreifen können. Hier  seien nur beispielhaft genannt: „Pränatale Psychologie und Psychotherapie“, Mattes, Heidelberg 2004 mit einer Reihe von …

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