Counseling Faculty Publications and Presentations
Hypnobirth: Theories and Practices for Healthcare Professionals is a book written for mental health and medical professionals, and caregivers intimately involved in the birthing process of the expectant mother. It is intended to inform professionals and individuals about the relevance and role of hypnobirthing during the pregnancy and birthing process and to help them understand the connection between medical and alternative health practices. Because of this, professionals are provided with the opportunity to learn and understand that one approach (i.e., medical versus alternative practices) does not have to necessarily exclude the other and there is a place for both throughout the birthing process.
Stuntzner, S. (2015). Hypnobirth: Theories and Practices for Healthcare Professionals by Yulia Watters (review). American Association of Integrative Medicine. https://scholarworks.utrgv.edu/coun_fac/13
American Association of Integrative Medicine