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Woman Changing Woman: Feminine Psychology Re-Conceived Through Myth and…

by Virginia Beane Rutter

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Oh, because I don't care anymore. And my own female support network is nil. Book as surrogate.
  MochiMama | Aug 21, 2013 |
Jungian analyst considers the ways that women benefit from female therapists. Read for college so not rating.
  FMRox | Mar 18, 2009 |
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Rutter, a Jungian therapist, explains the mythical and tribal rituals she calls upon in treating female patients who have chosen a female therapist because they seek a feminine other. Her patients report feeling conflict-ridden, overwhelmed, or out of balance; they suffer from "external stresses that mirror a change pushing up from within; it is time to move from one place to another. An initiatory threshold has been reached, or life has been dammed up at an old stage." Through accounts and interpretations of dreams and life events of three women patients--and of Rutter herself in the dyad of therapist-patient over years of therapy--the author chronicles the women's maturation as they become better able to function comfortably in modern (patriarchal) society. For libraries with New Age and feminist collections.
- Carol Schrader, Carrollton P.L., Tex.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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