Summary: Arising from research conducted at Wellesley College's Stone Center over the last decade, this collection of essays presents a model of women's psychological development based on human interconnection."In contrast to traditional models of development that describe a process of separation and achievement of autonomy, this model describes growth as it takes place within and through relationship.The authors . . . explore women's relational sense of self, the develo ...show morepmental origins and implications of empathy, and the relational pathof women's development, as well as . . . issues such as power, anger, work, eating patterns, and the effectiveness of traditional and more empathic therapeutic methods with women clients."(Choice)Bibliography.Index. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 91
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