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Woman Changing Woman: Restoring the Mother-Daughter Relationship

By: Virginia Beane Rutter

$26.95

This moving and provocative study explores why woman-to-woman psychotherapy is so powerfully transforming. At its core is the archetype of the mother-daughter relationship.

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This moving and provocative study explores why woman-to-woman psychotherapy is so powerfully transforming. At its core is the archetype of the mother-daughter relationship. Under the millennia of patriarchy, women have historically been alienated from their mothers, and consequently from themselves, from their own empowered femininity. With insight and understanding, Beane Rutter connects the practices, myths, and archetypal images of cultures past and present to the life experiences, dreams, and therapeutic processes of three contemporary women. She traces the emotional, physical, and spiritual journey of the “cultural heroine” who, through her individual transformation, healing, and self-awareness, courageously takes up the task of all women.

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Publisher:Spring Journal Books
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Virginia Beane Rutter, MA, MS, is a psychotherapist and Jungian analyst on the faculty of the C. G. Jung Institute in San Francisco. She studies ancient myths and rites of passage through art, archaeology, and psychology, and in the unconscious material of the women and men in her clinical practice. Her recent article, "The Archetypal Paradox of Feminine Initiation in Analytic Work," appears in Initiation: The Living Reality of An Archetype (2007). She has a private practice in Mill Valley, California.
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
Pages:309
Publication Date:2009