Alcoholism and Women: The Background and the Psychology
Compares and contrasts medical and psychological models, and examines the success of Alcoholics Anonymous in terms of archetypal patterns represented by the Greek gods Apollo, Dionysus, Athene and Asclepius (the wounded healer). Index.
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Medical Background and Theoretical Models
Jungian Concepts and Alcoholism
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