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In Western culture, the traditionally accepted point of view has been one dominated by rational, verbal, analytical thinking, commonly thought of as masculine. Consequently, intuitive, nonverbal, imaginative thinking, typically characterized as feminine, has been devalued. However, with the...
This paper will look at bereavement from a woman's perspective. It seeks to delineate particular theoretical, social and economic considerations that are unique to women, and therefore, require awareness by professional caretakers. In addition, the literature provides particular therapeutic...
This paper reports on the use of a small group to assist men in a search for maleness within themselves independent of the social expectations of male gender roles. The group was composed of male, helping professionals who saw themselves as responsive to feminism, believed they had begun to own...
This study investigated the success of a Focused Support Group (FSG) model in maintaining black women in self-help groups and reducing stress over a six-month period. Respondents participated in a five week Focused Support Group led by professional staff. Six months later they were...
This article reviews the clinical implications of the relationships unique to southern mothers and daughters. Issues of attachment, separation, and individuation are explored.
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