Pregnancy

Coming soon: Psychology for Pregnancy

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As someone with an extensive background in medicine, psychiatry, and brain science, my friends and family had been approaching me, asking what science says about pregnancy and parenting. They wanted to know how one can boost a baby’s brain development, and of course, raise a genius. To answer the question, I set out by myself to answer the unknown through research. After over 6-years of extensive research, I finally completed this comprehensive pregnancy report: Psychology for Pregnancy: How Your Mental Health During Pregnancy Programs Your Baby’s Developing Brain. The book will be officially released on August 8, 2017.

There are many books out there on how to promote the physical health of a baby. I was interested in the brain development as it relates to intellectual, emotional, and social functioning. This is a finding all parents deserve to know and understand.

Here are three endorsements for the book:

“A very impressive work. Psychology for Pregnancy is a must-read for every parent who cares about the future of their child.”

— Takeshi Inoue, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Tokyo Medical University, Japan

Pleasurable, informative, and motivating, all at the same time.”

—  Gregor Hasler, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, University of Bern, Switzerland; Secretary, Section of Affective Disorders, World Psychiatric Association

“I had never thought of how much your psychological state could affect you and your baby during pregnancy. As I read the title I didn’t know it would be so inspiring before reading the whole book. There were so many great things in this book.”

─ Sharrell Porter, Exercise Physiologist

Spread the word on this book’s official availability, and head on over here for more information and download a FREE sample.

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