A New Approach to Women & Therapy

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TAB Books, 1993 - Medical - 359 pages
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In the tenth-anniversary edition of this text, Miriam Greenspan presents a stinging and often humourous indictment of a male-dominated psychotherapeutic community unwilling to acknowledge the role of sexual inequality as a factor in female symptoms such as low self-esteem, depression and sexual withdrawal. By its failure to address the social roots of women's psychological pain, Greenspan says, the patriarchal mental health care establishment contributes to women's emotional suffering.

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Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction to the Second Edition
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Miriam Greenspan is an internationally known psychotherapist, writer, and speaker who has helped to establish the field of women's psychology. She is the acclaimed author of "A New Approach to Women and Therapy" and lives in Boston with her husband and two daughters.

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