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Misogyny in Psychoanalysis

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Taking some of the most innovative ways of reaching young children and their parents, this book demonstrates how psychotherapists can bring together some of the key elements of the psychotherapeutic tradition with new and creative ways using the arts, metaphor, play and bodywork.

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