At a Glance...
The main aim of the specific Module is to familiarize the
student with the works of the Pioneers in the field of Prenatal Psychology in
the modern times. In this 2nd part of the Module, the Student completes
learning about the Middle Generation of Pioneers and moves on to study the work
of the Torch Bearers who are still developing and evolving Prenatal
Psychology. The Module presents the principles of their theories, as well as
techniques that they have developed and taught. The student has the
opportunity to understand and follow the line of thought but also is able to
recognize and use Therapeutic tools introduced by those prenatal Pioneers.
There are no prerequisites for this course. However, the
course will be conducted at the level expected of Undergraduate Students or
Professionals and Executives who can critically think and reflect. Therefore,
for all participants, reading and writing comfortably in English at the Undergraduate
College Level is desirable as well as a reflective Mind to delve into
Although the lectures are designed to be self-contained,
students wanting to expand their knowledge even further will be guided to do so
through extensive bibliography. Students are advised to read the required
readings either before or soon after each unit, but in advance of the next
unit. Recommended and supplemental readings can be read any time throughout the
course in the self-study context and this is what will take your understanding
to new heights.
There will be video lectures (60-75 minutes each) each
week. The lectures can be divided into about 4-6 segments, separated by
interactive quiz questions for you to to help you process and understand
the material. In addition, there will be a problem set and a programming
assignment each week and there will be a final exam. You are encouraged to
maintain a personal journal of thoughts, observations and experiences during
the course. For the community work, there will be action learning activities
which will involve you talking to others in your environment. A brief essay
is to be written based on your experience.
This 2nd part of the module focuses on the following
Primal Therapy (Arthur Janov)
Primal Therapy with Newborns (William Emmerson)
Primal Integration (John Rowan)
The Primal Model (Frederick Michael Farrar)
Cellular consciousness (Graham Farrant)
The Mother Fetus Distress Syndrome (Frank Lake)
Prenatal & Perinatal Matrices (Stanislav Groff)
Autopsychognosia (Athanasios Kafkalidis)
The Yequana Model (Jean Liedloff)
Wave Theory (Grigori Brekhman)
Prenatal Intelligence (David Chamberlain)
The Womb as a Learning Environment (Thomas Verny)
Abortion Survivors (John Sonne)
From Laboyer to Odent
Whole-Self Prenatal Psychology (Jon RG & Troya GN
Bonding Analysis (Gyorgy Hidas)
What is the miraculous thing about this course?
You will meet more of the briliiant minds that have evolved
all we know about our prenatal origins so far!
Will I be able to apply the learning?
Yes, each unit will include reflective exercises and action
learning assignments to help you understand and experiment with the ideas
studies at work or at home in your life. You will reflect on what the role of a
health practitioner is, esp. in the field of Prenatal Psychology and this will
affect other aspects of your personal and working life inspiring you to adopt
attitudes and behaviors towards co-operation and co-creation in full respect of
who each of the team is extending a helpful hand when needed and a clearer mind
at times of confusion.
Do I have to do community work right from the beginning of
Yes, community work is an integral part of this educational
program. You are expected to offer 4 hours of community work a week, which will
Do I have to do any personal work right from the beginning?
Yes, since this educational program goes very deep, it is
important for you to have your support system and personal work is an integral
part of it. You can choose to work individually or in a group in your area and
it is advisable that you opt for prenatal psychology to be the Psychology
Thought you work with, if this is possible where you live. A session of 2
hours a week is expected.
What resources will I need for this course?
All you need is an Internet connection and the time to read
and discuss the exciting materials available online.