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Book The Radical Therapist Therapy Means Change not Adjustment Paperback


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Please read entire ad. No returns. All sales final. Sold as is.  Pre-owned used condition. Smoke/Pet free clean storage environment in our care. We are not the original owners. Prior history unknown. Cross-listed on multiple Websites. If this ad is up, it’s available. FCFS.


  • Condition: Pre-owned Acceptable: A book with obvious wear. May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. Possible writing in margins, possible underlining and highlighting of text, but no missing pages or anything that would compromise the legibility or understanding of the text.
  • Type: Novel
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books, INC
  • ISBN: Unknown
  • Genre: Psychology & Help
  • Era: 1970s
  • Language English
  • Title: The Radical Therapist Therapy Means Change not Adjustment
  • Type: Essay Collection
  • Publication Year: 1971
  • Age Level: Adults
  • Author: Jerome Agel
  • Topic: Therapy
  • Readable copy.


Pre-owned acceptable condition. Some signs of use. Bending. Page discoloration. Slight musty smell. Pages and cover curling on the top right corner. First printing, September 1971. Stains, creasing, creases on the front cover and along the spine. Some wear along the edges, tips, and along the spine. Some rubbing wear to cover. Some discoloration to pages. Slight musty book smell. May have writing or notes on the pages. The name Craig Cameron is written in small letters on first page.


About the book content: The Radical Therapist” was a journal of essays or articles that emerged in the early 1970s in the context of the counter-culture and the radical U.S. antiwar movement. At the time the journal was written because no other publication met the need they felt existed: to unite all people concerned with the radical analysis of therapy in this society. The Manifesto promised that the journal would provide a needed forum for all people working in the therapy fields; work to liberate therapy, therapists and others from backwards ideology; help develop new training programs; encourage the elaboration of a new psychology of men and women, as well as a new concept of family and community life; foster the development of more responsive therapy programs under client control; encourage new techniques; and confront the various ways U.S. society uses mental health institutions to oppress various people.

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