Woman changing woman : feminine psychology re-conceived through myth and experience

by Virginia Beane Rutter

Book, 1994

Status

Available

Call number

WS

Call number

WS

Publication

[San Francisco] : HarperSanFrancisco, 1994.

Physical description

xviii, 243 p.; 24 cm

Local notes

An illuminating perspective on feminine psychology that has "the suspense of a novel, the careful scholarship of a dissertation, and the emotional flow of a poem."--Booklist

From Publishers Weekly
A Jungian analyst considers the ways that women benefit from female therapists.

This illuminating study explores areas vital to the understanding of what it means to become a fully-realized woman today: why woman-to-woman psychotherapy is so powerfully transforming, how the process works, and why women must reclaim their lost femininity in order to be whole.

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LibraryThing member Honeysucklepie
Oh, because I don't care anymore. And my own female support network is nil. Book as surrogate.

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