Schaef, Anne Wilson
SCHAEF, Anne Wilson
SCHAEF, Anne Wilson. American, b. 1934. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Humanities, Inspirational/Motivational Literature, Medicine/Health, Philosophy, Social commentary, Women's studies and issues. Career: Former psychologist and psychotherapist. Consultant to women's organizations, mental health assns., schools, religious instns., and hospitals. Director of educational and therapeutic workshops. Developer of the concept of Living in Process and Deep Process Work. Publications: Women's Reality: An Emerging Female System in a White Male Society, 1981; Co-Dependence: Misunderstood, Mistreated, 1986; When Society Becomes an Addict, 1987; (with D. Fassel) The Addictive Organization, 1988; Escape from Intimacy: Untangling the "Love" Addictions, Sex, Romance, Relationships, 1989; Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much, 1990; Laugh, I Thought I'd Die, If I Didn't: Meditations on Healing Through Humor, 1991; Beyond Therapy, Beyond Science 1992; Native Wisdom for White Minds, 1995; Meditations for People Who (May) Worry Too Much, 1996; Living in Process, 1998; Mediations for Living in Balance, 2000. Contributor to journals. Address: PO Box 990, Boulder, MT 59632-0990, U.S.A.