Weaving Woman: Musings and Meditations on the Feminine Mythos
Weaving Woman: Musings and Meditations on the Feminine Mythos Reviews
A wonderful book of essay on women psychology. She discuss the cycle of moon with woman life and how woman badly need sistersThree chapter was devoted to the inner male in woman called Animus was fasc...
Barbara Black Koltuv received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University in 1962. She had a Post Doctoral Fellowship in 1963, and was licensed by New York State as a Psychologist. She began to study at the New York University Post Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Her primary supervisor was Erich Fromm, with whom she studied the language of dreams, and learned to