Assault on the Soul:
Women in the Former
Assault on the Soul: Women in the Former Yugoslavia has been co-published simultaneously as Women & Therapy, Volume 22, Number 11999.
The Women & Therapv Monographic "Separates"
Assault on the Soul: Women in the Former Yugoslavia, edited by Sara Sharratt, PhD. and Ellyn Kaschak, PhD (Vol. 22. No. 1, 1999). Explores the applications and if11ersections of feminist therapy, activism, and jurisprudence with women and children in the former Yi•goslavia Learning from Our Mistakes: Dijjiculties and Failures in Feminist Therapy, edited by Marcia Hill.
EdD, and Esther D. Rothblum, PhD (Vol. 21, No. 3, 1998). "'A courageous and fundamental step in evolving a well-grounded body of theory and of investigating the assumptions that unexamined, lead us to error." (Teresa Bernardez, MD, Training and Supervising Analyst, The Michigan Psychoanalytic Council)
Feminist Therapy as a Political Act, edited by Marcia Hill, EdD (Vol. 21, No.2, 1998). "A real contribution to the field. ... A valuable tool for feminist thempists and those who want to learn about feminist therapy." (Florence L. Denmark, PhD, Robert S. Pace Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Chail; Psychology Department, Pace Universi y, New York, New York) Breaking the Rules: Women in Prison and Feminist Therapy, edited by Judy Harden, PhD. and Marcia Hill, EdD (Vol. 20, No. 4 & Vol. 2 I, No. 1. 1998). "Fills a /(}ng-recognized gap in the psychology of women curricula, demonstrating that feminist theory can be made relevant to the practice of feminism, even in prison." (Suzanne J. Kessler, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Women s Studies, State University of New York at Purchase)
Children's Rights, Therapists' Responsibilities: Feminist Commentaries, edited by Gail Anderson, MA, and Marcia Hill, EdD (Vol. 20, No. 2, 1997). "Addresses specific practice dimensions that will help therapists organize and resolve conflicts about working with children, adolescents, and their families in therapy." (Feminist Bookstore News)
More than a Mirror: Hmv Clients Influence Therapists' Lives, edited by Marda Hill. EdD (\bl. 20, No. I.
1997). "Courageous, insightfUl, and deeply moving. These pages reveal the scrupulous self-examination and self-reflection of conscientious therapists at their best. AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBU170N TO
FEMINIST THER4PY LITERATURE AND .4 BOOK WORTH READING BY THERAPISTS AND CLIENTS
ALIKE." (Rachel Josefowitz Siegal, MSJ.V, retired feminist therapy practitioner; Co-Editor, Women Changing Therapy; Jewish Women in Therapy; and Celebratin,g the Lives of Jewish Women: Patterns in a Feminist Sampler)
Sexualities, edited by Marny Hall, PhD, LCSW (Vol. 19, No. 4, 1997). "Explores the diverse and multifaceted nature of female sexualif); covering topics incltJding sadomasochism in tlze therapy room, sexual exploitation in cults, and genderbending in cyberspace." (Feminist Bookstore News) Assault on the Soul: Women in the