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Sharing Wellness: Psychosynthesis for Helping Peopleby Jan Kuniholm
A collection of classic articles exploring issues in therapy and treatment, self-care, medicine, spiritual life, education, environmental design, organizations, communities, and psychosynthesis theory. This volume presents writings by 23 well-known authors who have been leaders in their fields, sharing the wide range of Psychosynthesis as a framework for concepts and practices that have stood the test of time. All of these works were originally presented in three books published in the 1980s and most of them have been newly revised by the authors for this volume. This book is about Wellness in the broadest sense of the term: the frameworks, concepts, and practices shared are still cutting edge and are likely to remain important well into the future. The authors help expand the "new paradigm" in a variety of areas of human interest that include psychology, psychotherapy, sociology, medicine, spirituality, education, environmental design, and organizational development. Psychosynthesis is one of the broadest approaches to human life and health and this book shows both its depth and versatility.
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Authors include Robert A. Anderson, MD, Judith Bach, PhD, Joan Cannon Borton, Molly Young Brown, MA, MDiv, Jack Canfield, MEd, Helena Davis, MA, Kathleen Denison, MA, Marco J. De Vries, MD, PhD, Piero Ferrucci, PhD, Mary Greene, PhD, Vivian King, RN, PhD, Bruce McBeath, PhD, Anita R. Olds, PhD, Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, Chris Robertson, MPhil, DipPsych, Richard Schaub, PhD, Bonney Gulino Schaub, RN, MS, Kay Lynne Sherman, PhD, Victoria Tackett, PhD, Rev. Jane Vennard, MA, MDiv, John Weiser, PhD, Anne Eastman Yeomans, MA, and Thomas Yeomans, PhD