Please touch; a guided tour of the human potential movement.

[1st ed.].. New York, McGraw-Hill [1970] .

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Subjects Entretiens de groupe.
Group relations training.
Human potential movement.
Petits groupes.
Psychologie appliquée.
Description xii, 271 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Contents Whatever possessed me -- Artichokes and a massive trauma -- Convalescence -- Cattle barons and kleptomaniacs (those who join groups) -- The circuit riders (those who lead groups) -- Transparent by midnight (a group for the unwed) -- The cap on the toothpaste tube (a group for the wed) -- Let it all hang out (the several groups at Synanon) -- "You were born nude, weren't you?" (a group for the unclad) -- "i hope you leave your brain to Harvard" (some interracial groups) -- Help see own way behave (an advanced personal growth laboratory) -- Notes toward a history -- "blamers assume the spaghetti position" (A group for families) -- "God forbid you should change anything" (Sensitivity in schools) -- "Remember, it's only a pillow!" (nonverbal sensitivity techniques) -- "Now I leave my heart at home" (groups for businessment) -- "Have you been in good contact with your legs this week?" (sensitivity via bioenergetics) -- Of there and then (fantasy and psychodrama) -- Pews keep people apart (groups in churches) -- The plait of the patriotic letter writers (and other criticism of the movement) -- Back home.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)73573
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WorldCat Identities Howard, Jane, 1935-
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