Women Changing Therapy

Women Changing Therapy

by Joan H Robbins, Rachel J Siegel

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780866562409
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/28/1983
Series: Women and Therapy Series
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Contents WOMEN'S ISSUES: NEW ASSESSMENTS
  • The Necessity of Conflict
  • The Double Bind: Healing the Split
  • Women and Anger in Psychotherapy
  • A Legacy of Weakness
  • Between Women: Lowering the Barriers
  • Breaking In: Experiences in Male-Dominated Professions
  • The Consequences of Abortion Legislation
  • VALUING OUR SELVES
  • Message from Antarctica
  • Change and Creativity at Midlife
  • Openings
  • Hispanic Women: Stress and Mental Health Issues
  • Black Women: A Tradition of Self-Reliant Strength
  • A Lesbian Perspective
  • NEW STRATEGIES IN FEMINIST THERAPY
  • Complex Triangles: Uncovering Sexist Bias in Relationship Counseling
  • Accumulated Inequalities: Problems in Long-Term Marriages
  • The Role of Politics in Feminist Counseling
  • Women in Interracial Relationships
  • Therapists Coping with Sexual Assault
  • The Reality of Incest
  • Lesbian Mothers' Custody Fears
  • Reference Notes Included

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