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    Minyan of Women Family Dynamics, Jewish Identity and Psychotherapy Practice

    ISBN-10: 0415608821
    ISBN-13: 9780415608824
    Author(s): Beverly A. Greene, Dorith Brodbar
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    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 360
    Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
    Weight: 1.782
    Language: English

    Beverly A. Greene is a Professor of Psychology at St. John's University and a practicing clinical psychologist in New York City. The author of nearly 100 publications, nine are the subject of national awards that include the APA Division 35 Psychotherapy with Women Researh Award (1995, 1996, 2000), The Association for Women in Psychology's Women of Color Psychologies Publication Award for making substantial contributions to the psychological literature for raising the visibility of previously overlooked populations.Dorith Brodbar , MA, MS. Ed, PhD is a counselor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York and a clinical psychologist in independent practice at Lindenhurst, N.Y. Dr. Brodbar has worked with deaf individuals and their families in academic and clinical environments including six years with deaf mothers and their hearing children in the Parent-Infant Therapeutic Nursery Program at the Lexington Center for Mental Health Services.

    Notes on Contributors
    Sara, Without the "H"
    A Jewish Woman Who Celebrates Nature
    Being Jewish and Being a Psychotherapist
    The Jewish Nonsheep as Lesbian Feminist Therapist
    From Hidden Child to Godless Jew: A Personal Journey
    Nu! You Make a Living at This?
    A Journey From the Big Apple to the South and Beyond
    Jewish in Alaska: Scanning the Room
    Somewhere Else: The Geography of a Life
    Beyond Silence and Survival
    A Process Without End: Seeking the Unrealized Yet Irrepressible Aspects of Self
    Elijah's Ghost: A Female Jewish Therapist Explores the Legacy of Love, Fear, Social Action and Faith
    French, Catholic, Jewish. Outsider Within
    From the Outside, Looking In
    Culture as Both a Lens and a Veil
    Am I Jewish?
    Reflections on a Carpathian Legacy
    I've Always Known I'm Jewish, but How Am I Jewish?
    I Am the Rabbi's Daughter
    How I Lost My Yiddische Kop and Found It Again: The Un-M-Bellished Truth
    Journey to the Start of Day: Ancestry, Ethnicity, and My Work as a Clinical Psychologist
    Growing up Jewish: The Shaping of One Activist
    My Names
    On Being and Not Being Jewish: From Pink Diapers to Social Activist/Feminist
    One Particular Minyan
    On Poets, Revolutionaries, and the Power of Naming
    Looking Beneath the Surface: Trauma, Invisibility, and the Negotiation of Identity in the Minyan
    Leah with an "H" or How I am Jewish, But Not Really
    Speaking Truth to Power in the Minyan
    Healing the Self, Healing the World: A Feminist Journey
    Memories, Reflections, and Questions
    The Minyan: Through the Lens of a Black Child of Harlem
    Culture and the Self: On Paradoxes and Contradictions
    Mazel Tov
    Intersectionality and the Complexity of Identities: How the Personal Shapes the Professional Psychotherapist

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