Articles & Chapters
2021 - Why the First Seven Years Matter - PakMag.
2021 - Cultivating a mindfulness relationship-based parenting culture at times of adversity. In Change: Birthing and Parenting at Times of Crisis.
2018 – Gems of primal wisdom. From before conception through pregnancy, birth
and beyond. Wissenschaft and Erfahrungseisheit in der ISPPM. 73-80.
2018 – When the breast says No. The missing link: A case study. Journal of Prenatal
and Perinatal Psychology & Health, 32 (4), 318-338
2016 - Connection and empathy. Enhancing pre and perinatal healthcare
professionals’ interpersonal Skills. Midwifery Today, 120, 49-53.
2015 - Interview by Italian TV (RAI 3 News), Conscious Motherhood, Vimeo.
2014 - Caesarean birth: disrupting the human adaptive system. Insights for prevention
International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 26
2013 - Breastfeeding and beyond. International Journal of Child Health and
Nutrition, 2 (1)
2010 - Translation from Italian into English of On paedophilia, by Cosimo Schinaia,
2009 - Working with parents and infants: A mind-body integration approach
Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology and Health, 23 (3).
2008 - The musical child
Coordinated Congress. The prenatal child and society. The role of prenatal
psychology in obstetrics, neonatology, psychology and sociology. Moscow
International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 20,
2008 - Working with parents and infants: A mind-body integration approach
Keeping in Touch, 34.
2008 - A ‘mindbody’ integration. An approach to working with parents and infants
The Bulletin of the Association of Child Psychotherapists, 185, 21-23.
2007 - Working with parents and infants: A psycho-soma integrative approach
Journal of Nutrition and Health,19, 69-76.
2005 - Mothers, babies and their language. Journal of Infant Observation, 8 (2),
2002 - The mother’s body image: attitude to her body-self and its relationship with the
foetus’ life. The International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology
and Medicine, 14 (3-4), 163-175.
2002 - Bend it like mummy. Babies are born supple, mothers need to relax.