Prenatal Classroom: A Parents' Guide for Teaching Your Baby in the Womb

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Humanics Limited, 1992 - Prenatal care - 158 pages
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Featured on Oprah, Donahue, and in Newsweek, Reader's Digest, and U.S.A. Today, this revolutionary guide introduces exercises which allow parents to communicate with their unborn baby. Also included are tips for stress reduction and how to provide an optimum prenatal environment. Easy-to-use, this manual explains the stages of baby's physical and mental growth, concentrating on interactive exercises which result in the easy birth of a calm, intelligent child who has already formed strong bonds with his or her parents.

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Van de Carr holds patents for his educational, medical, and mechanical inventions which include the first computerized portable fetal/maternal monitor and first infant respiration monitor.

Lehrer conducts workshops at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA. He has been Staff Psychologist at the Child Study Unit in the Department of Pediatrics at The University of California Medical School and former President of the No. Calif. Society of Clin

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