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Vol. 3:Issue 5, 2000, 56,54-55.

Special Women: The Role of the Professional Labor Assistant, 3rd edition, Cutting Edge Press

Birth Balls: The Use of Physical Therapy Balls in Maternity Care, Cutting Edge Press


Doula Programs: How to Start and Run a Private or Hospital -Based

Program with Success!, Cutting Edge Press

Labor Support to Promote a Vaginal Delivery, Baby Care Forum, On Target Media, Washington, DC. April, 1998


The Nurturing Touch at Birth: A Labor Support Handbook, Cutting Edge Press

The Labor/Birth Ball, Cutting Edge Press

Your Birth Plan and Your Birth, Cutting Edge Press

Is This Labor? Cutting Edge Press

What Now? The Emotions of Early Parenthood and Postpartum Mood Reactions, Cutting Edge Press

Reclaiming the Birth Experience, Women & Newborn Health, Washington University Perinatal Center, Vol 10:2, Spring 1997.

The Childbirth Educator and the Internet, Childbirth Forum, July 1997


Women's Confidence and Ability to Give Birth Is Either Enhanced or Diminished by the Birth Care Provider and the Place of Birth, The Journal of Perinatal Education

So, You Have to Give a Speech, Childbirth Instructor, Second Quarter, 1996 A New Tool for Teaching, Birth and Babies Journal, Vol 1:2, 1996

Reflections of a Monitrice, Childbirth Forum, Spring 1995.


Another Kind of Labor Partner, Lamaze Parents Magazine

Working to Lower the Cesarean Section Rate, Directions,February


Portrait of a Nurse, The International Journal of Childbirth Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, Feb/Mar

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When Baby Isn't Perfect, Childbirth Forum, Spring

Special Women: The Role of the Professional Labor Assistant, 2nd edition, Cutting Edge Press

The Baby's Coming: What Do I Do? , The International Doula, Vol. 2:2, Fall


Siblings at Birth and Professional Labor Assistants in Encyclopedia of Childbearing, Oryx Press

Another Kind of Labor Partner, Lamaze Parents Magazine

Planning for Childbirth, Lamaze Parents Magazine

Someone to Watch Over Her: Professional Labor Support, Childbirth Instructor, Autumn

Risk, Fear and Childbirth Education, Genesis, 4:August

Key to Changing Childbirth, The Clarion, Summer


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Women Healers, Texas Midwifery, April

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The Patient Observer: What Really Led to These Cesarean Births?, Birth: Issues of Perinatal Care,16:3, September, 130-139.

The History of Standing and Squatting to Give Birth, Texas Midwifery, VI:3, Fall.


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Childbirth Educator and Monitrice: A Winning Combination,

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Emotional Work of Pregnancy , International Journal of Childbirth Education, 3:3, August 1988,30-31.

Let Gravity Help You Birth, Baby's World, May.

Confronting Pain, Genesis, 10:3,June/July,7-8.

Squatting and Standing: Second Stage Labor, Helping Hands, June, 22-23.

Take Responsibility for Your Own Birth, Baby's World, December


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Childbirth Classes Are Not All Alike, Baby's World, December.

The Use of Visualization in Birth, Texas Midwifery,V:1 & 2, 19-20.

Are You on the Right Track...and Are You Moving?,Midwifery Today, Fall 1987, 1:4, 16.


The Use of Values Clarification in Teenage Pregnancy Classes, Genesis, 8:1, February/March.

Preparing A Child for a New Sibling, Toronto Parent ,1986.


Pregnancy After 30: Avoiding the High-risk Label,Genesis, June/July, 18-19

Siblings' Involvement with Birth, ICEA'S 25TH Anniversary, p.33.

Nurturer of Laboring Women in a High Tech Town, Childbirth Alternatives, Quarterly, V:3, Spring 1985.

The Brazelton Scale, Childbirth Educator, Summer, 31-35


Providing Information for Informed Choices, Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, 11:3, Fall, 175-176


Group Techniques: Successful Teaching Can Depend on Knowing How to Handle a Group, Childbirth Educator, Spring.

Psychological Changes During Pregnancy, Texas Midwifery, May

Preventive Psychological Interventions During Pregnancy, Part II,Texas Midwifery, Summer

The Importance of Choosing a Qualified Childbirth Educator, Genesis, 5:4, Aug/Sep


Debate: Should Siblings Attend a Birth? Pro,Childbirth Educator, Winter, 1981-1982

Helping Parents Face Perinatal Death, Genesis 4:3, June/July


Facilitating Involvement of Siblings at Birth in Birth Through Children's Eyes, Pennypress


Nurturing Children Who Attend the Birth of a Sibling, MCN, 4:215-217, 1979