Susan McCutcheon has been a Bradley teacher for 50 years and has taught thousands of couples getting ready for birth. She is also a Doula and has personally supported hundreds of women in labor. She lives in Portland, Maine. She is an award winning science educator, named to the Association of Science-Technology Centers' Honor Roll of Teachers, for her "exemplary collaboration with the Bishop Museum, in Hawaii, to significantly improve the quality of science education." Her degree is in chemistry. She taught physics and chemistry for ten years in Honolulu, and was selected to present a workshop at the National Science Teachers' Association Conference, on her successful strategies for teaching science. Following that, the Editor of Learning Magazine engaged Susan to write an article disseminating her ideas to many more teachers around the country. The Governor of Hawaii appointed her to serve a two-year term on the Hawaii State Health Plan Development Committee and then an additional term on the Hawaii State Regionalization of Perinatal Care Committee. She's had three natural births herself, using what she teaches others through her book, Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way, with over 200,000. copies in print. She is a certified Childbirth Educator having studied directly under Dr. Robert Bradley, in his very first teacher training, and also under Dr. Hungerford at the American Institute of Family Relations. She has been a conference speaker and guest instructor at Bradley teacher training workshops across the U.S. And she loves fly-fishing and kayaking in Oregon and Maine.Read more Read less
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