Our ISPPM-Newsletter for November/December 2017 is published. Download (English) Download (German)
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The communication of a scientific and practice-oriented prenatal and perinatal psychology opens up a broader view of birth culture for professionals in educational, psychological and medical fields of action. With publications, further education/training, conferences and congresses, extensive research and experience knowledge is made available.
Information for parents, trainees and students
Significantly, prenatal and perinatal psychology is relevant to today’s young adults in training, college, and in relation to their own parenting. That is why the ISPPM provides literature, counseling/therapy services, continuing education/training, and a platform for students to write their own professional theses.
International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine – ISPPM e.V.