Psychotherapy for Women: Treatment Toward Equality
Edna I. Rawlings, Dianne K. Carter
Thomas, 1977 - Medical - 477 pages
Presents a collection of 21 papers on the ways in which sexism influences theories and techniques in psychotherapy and methods for helping women develop as complete and equal people. Specific topics include values and value change in psychotherapy, principles of feminist psychotherapy, assertion training, career counseling, psychotherapy for lesbians, feminism as therapy, the challenge of radical feminism to professional therapy, and social activism as therapy.
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