Suzanne Arms's name is readily recognized by many in the field of perinatal education. For 30 years she has been a tireless advocate for childbearing women, a fighter for change in the traditional maternity care system, and a feminist with strong beliefs about the physical, emotional,
and spiritual impact of birth. Arms's well-known books and frequent speaking engagements have allowed her to spread her message and her plea to humanize the childbirth experience. Talking with Arms is an energizing encounter. Her life path is a powerful and compelling story that is an
inspiration to all who continue to work to make birth a positive event in the lives of women and their families.
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ELAINE ZWELLING is a senior consultant with Phillips\plFenwick and serves on the advisory board of Pampers Parenting Institute. She is also the director of the Lamaze International Childbirth Educator Program
in the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida in Sarasota.
October 1, 2002
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