The Psychological Dimensions of Pregnancy and Delivery
Part I - 28:21. Part II - 28:05. Describes intense but quite normal psychological work engaged in by a pregnant woman, how it changes her relationship with her mate, what difference this work makes for her future relationship with the baby, how it all comes together at labor and delivery to the benefit or detriment of the mother-infant bond, and how the father finds a place in this process and prepares for the newborn’s arrival. Michael Trout . PAL and VHS available. VHS #981 (PAL).
$ 20.00 (3-week rental)