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“Integrating her many years of experience as a therapist, her in-depth examination of Jungian Analyst Toni Wolff’s relational theory of women’s psychological development and her ecofeminist studies in South America, Rachel Fitzgerald has succeeded in providing therapists with a practical and insightful guide to better understanding the suffering of women who seek their help.” Noreen Cannon Au, Ph.D. Jungian Analyst member of the Los Angeles Jung Society and Co-author with Wilkie Au of The Discerning Heart and Urgings of the Heart. “Rachel brings her extensive background experiences in religion, psychotherapy, history of thought, indigenous healing, and women’s development to a creative synthesis in She Moves in Circles. Building on Toni Wolff’s relational archetypes, Rachel weaves a story that unfolds in multiple layers that, in turn, reveal multiple meanings. As she integrates adult development theory and cross-cultural insights with healing practices, we awaken to the universality of women’s experiences and to the richness and complexity of her work.” Joan P. Avis, Ph.D., psychologist and professor at the University of San Francisco and co-author of The Women Who Broke All the Rules.