Women Moving Women: A Process Model (1984)

Women's Education des femmes, Dec. 1984 - vol. 3 no. 3/4

This article describes a model developed out of a need to help women move toward a more authentic existence. It is two dimensional in form based on the belief that, the process of becoming critically aware of the need to change the way we see ourselves and others, and the change/transformational process itself, both must be seen as interdependent functions, and be understood as the necessary shadow side of appropriating a new perspective of moving toward something considered better.

The article was written in English and includes a summary in French.

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