Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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Book 1, Introductory Material: Chapter 1, 20th Year Anniversay

* This edition of the book is the 20th anniversary edition. This chapter is the introduction; the rest of the book is devoted to the different goddesses, a different goddess in each chapter.

* The author states that typically, when a woman goes into therapy, it is a means of self-care and further empowerment. Women who participate in therapy can become more aware of what motivates them and how they are helped and hindered by themselves and society.

* The author experimented and learned that when she applied her clinical knowledge, the power of mythic figures, and her personal experiences with other women that the therapeutic results they were able to achieve were superior to what had been accomplished when using only one or two of these resources.

Book 2, Goddesses: Chapter 1, Goddesses as Inner Images

* Book 2, Chapter 1, begins with a close look at the...

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