[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, 1960]
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This pamphlet thoughtfully addresses the unconscious and therapy rather than any overtly spiritual issues. It is both profoundly limited by its ignorance of all that has been learned about mental illness since 1960, and also perceptive in its insistence on the therapeutic value of attention and listening to and delight and faith in the client. This pamphlet could be of interest to those concerned with the history of psychotherapeutic thinking.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 111; inscription: Fran Hurley please return 2776407
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