The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life

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Based on the authors' discovery that connectedness in relationships is a major source of women's psychological health, The healing connection offers ways to transform relationships--with family members, friends, and colleagues, as well as in therapy--for growth and health.

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THE HEALING CONNECTION: How Women Form Relationships in Therapy and in Life

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A succinct account of why some women have difficulties entering into ``growth-fostering'' relationships and how, with the help of therapy, they can grow in this regard. Miller (Toward a New Psychology ... Read full review

The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life

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Once again therapists Stiver and Miller (Toward a New Psychology of Women, LJ 9/1/76) challenge the traditional views of human development. Their work focuses on women and the importance of growth ... Read full review


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How Do Connections Lead to Growth?

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Jean Baker Miller is author of Toward a New Psychology of Women (Beacon paperback 0-8070-2909-2 / $12.50) and founding director of the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute at Wellesley College and lives in Brookline, Massachusetts

Irene Pierce Stiver is former director of the psychology department at McLean Hospital and lives in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.