Beyond Therapy

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1992 - Compulsive behavior - 351 pages
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This book recounts the author's personal and professional journey as a therapist and her movement beyond therapy. She argues that the dominant scientific and psychotherapeutic worldviews perpetuate the addictive processes they seek to cure, and she describes, for the first time in writing, her living process work - the unique model she has devised for healing addictions. Finally, she presents a new theory culled from the theoretical and philosophical issues that have emerged from her journey and work.

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I am still reading this book. I read it when I have time in the bathroom, but I find that it's too hard to follow, and that she rambles on and on and on about stuff that doesn't make any sense. It ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
The Rise and Demise of a Psychotherapist
13
and Deep Process Work
127
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Anne Wilson Schaef, Ph.D., author of Women's Reality and Co-Dependence, is a lecturer, organizational consultant, former psychotherapist, and workshop leader who trains health care professionals throughout the world in Living Process Facilitation. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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