Trish Booth has spent nearly 40 years educating and advocating for expectant and new parents and their children. She has been both a childbirth and postnatal educator and developed courses related to pregnancy, childbirth, parenting, stress management and self-esteem. As an education consultant she has worked with community clinics, public and private hospitals, the Minnesota Department of Health, Pampers Parenting Institute and the International Childbirth Education Association to produce more than 75 books and pamphlets for parents. In addition, she wrote Pregnancy Q&A and is an expert advisor at parentalwisdom.com. Trish has also spoken at numerous conferences and led workshops in the US, Canada and South Africa. She has edited Minnesota’s Perinatal Connection, written articles related to effective teaching and authored Family-Centered Education: The Process of Teaching Birth. Currently she works with the New York State Child Abuse Medical Provider (CHAMP) Program to produce web-based educational materials and coursework. She is also on the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education Board of Review.