It was called "the Woodstock of Psychotherapy," a landmark conference held several years ago with those who have done most of the earthshaking early work in family therapy.
Twenty-six of the "craniate masters" were there, including Salvador Minuchin, Rollo May, Carl Whitaker, Sophie Freud, and several who have since died: Virginia Satir, R. D. Laing, Bruno Bettelheim, Murray Bowen.
Carlos Amantea a journalist for three decades writes extensively (and winningly) about them
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Bless you for making this cranky old man laugh... -- Michael P. Nichols, Professor Of Psychiatry
You may enjoy some of his eavesdropping on the Woodstock of psychotherapy. -- The Journal Of Clinical Psychology
Amantea moves from scene to scene, sometimes systematically and sometimes seemingly at random, but the book is never spotty or superficial...
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Book Description Mho & Mho Works, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0917320301