Carrollton, GA: Division 32 of the American Psychological Association, 1999.
Paperback. 9" x 6". Mild shelf wear.
Features the following articles:
Empathic Self-Transformation and Love in Individual and Family Therapy by Peter R. Breggin
The Bodily Complexity of Truth-Telling in Qualitative Research: Some Implications of Gendlin's Philosophy by Les Todres
The Countryside of Childhood: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Approach to Developmental Psychology by Eva-Maria Sims
Attitudes and Values of Humanistic Psychologists: Division 32 Survey Results by David N. Elkins, Joanna Lipari, & Christopher J. Kozora
Jung's Concepts of the Archetype: An Existential Phenomenological Reflection by Richard S. Zayed and Bertha Mook
Beyond Religion: A Personal Program for Buiding a Spiritual Life Outside the Walls of Traditional Religion (by David N. Elkins) reviewed by Gary Schouborg with response by David Elkins. Very good. Item #5993