process psychology

process psychology

Fringe psychology
A form of psychotherapy developed by Arnold Mindell, which is an eclectic synthesis of bodywork, dreamwork, meditation and spirituality, rooted in a conceptual dream-body.
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This wide-ranging collection examines topics like racism, weight loss, and women's self-esteem, as well as current events, and how process psychology can be applied within individual lives.
"I'm convinced you can take process psychology and marry it to theology," Jim Ellor, Ph.D., D.Min., professor of social work at Baylor University in Waco, Tex., said at the conference.
Then he interprets the process psychology within the framework of contemporary psychological theory.

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