Paths of Freedom: A New Vision of Psychotherapy and the Cultivation of the Human Spirit

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Red Wheel/Weiser, 2001 M10 1 - 165 pages
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A clear and enlightened analysis of the underlying conceptual and practical applications of modern psychotherapy, this book questions many of the assumptions and limitations of psychotherapy as it is practiced today. These include the overwhelming need to identify a "problem, " the consequent rush to a "quick fix, " and psychologically narrow, reductionistic views of human possibility, experience, and ways of being in the world. The central emphasis of psychotherapy should be on how we can accept life in it totality -- in a way that allows self-knowledge to surface.
 

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Contents

Preface
7
Three The Garden of Eden
61
Eleven The Moment of Truth
137
Afterword
147
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Neal McMannnbsp;is the author of Paths of Freedomnbsp;

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