I'm O.K...But You Have a Lot of Work to Do

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Permanent Press Washington, 1989 - Home economics. - 218 pages
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Explains how to get family members involved by making a game out of housework, includes tips on organization, and offers a humorous look at modern family life

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About the author (1989)

Peggy Jones trained with the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and the Society of Analytical Psychology and subsequently worked in private practice as a counsellor, psychotherapist and Jungian analyst. During this time she served as the first organiser of the Day Release training at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and taught on that and other courses at the Foundation. At the Society of Analytical Psychology she served on the Training Committee and contributed lectures on the collective unconscious and the archetypes in the Public Events program and gave a number of talks (some of which were subsequently published) to various counselling and psychotherapy organizations. She has also run several workshops on the "I Ching".

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