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The witch and the queen : psychotherapy with women at midlife and beyond

By: Amatruda, Kate
Contributor(s): Cunningham, Lauren
Material type: TextTextNovato, CA Psychceu.com c2002Description: unpaged; illContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0966579984Subject(s): Women--Mental health | Women--Psychology--Case studies
Contents:
Introduction. 1 The maiden/mother is dead: long live the witch!. 2 The king disappears. 3 Mirror, mirror on the wall. 4 The witch. 5 Transformation. 6 Creation. 7 The queen
Abstract: 'Kate was asked to do a talk and felt disconcerted. She agreed to donate her time and her sponsor, quite frankly, had acted like a jerk. Instead of being grateful, he quibbled. They couldn't agree on a date, a place, or a topic. Later Kate called her friend Lauren on the phone while she was preparing dinner. Lauren asked gently what the noise was. Kate glanced down in response to Lauren's question. She was pounding chiicken breasts for dinner and the poor fillets looked thin as tissue paper. Kate started to joke that she should talk about witches, because that certainly was how she felt. Lauren added, "Oh! They should be treating you like a queen." Thus began The Witch and the Queen.'
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Introduction. 1 The maiden/mother is dead: long live the witch!. 2 The king disappears. 3 Mirror, mirror on the wall. 4 The witch. 5 Transformation. 6 Creation. 7 The queen

'Kate was asked to do a talk and felt disconcerted. She agreed to donate her time and her sponsor, quite frankly, had acted like a jerk. Instead of being grateful, he quibbled. They couldn't agree on a date, a place, or a topic. Later Kate called her friend Lauren on the phone while she was preparing dinner. Lauren asked gently what the noise was. Kate glanced down in response to Lauren's question. She was pounding chiicken breasts for dinner and the poor fillets looked thin as tissue paper. Kate started to joke that she should talk about witches, because that certainly was how she felt. Lauren added, "Oh! They should be treating you like a queen." Thus began The Witch and the Queen.'

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