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Emerging Woman: A decade of midlife transitions

Emerging Woman: A decade of midlife transitions

Natalie Rogers (1928 – 2015)

ISBN 978 1 898059 11 0 (1980)

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Natalie Rogers has written a book to give women the courage and support to be full persons in our society, and to point out that what is personal is political. That is, what we choose to think and do as individuals has impact on our society as a whole. She achieves this by sharing her personal journey with letters, photographs and drawings.

•The right to be me! Confronting sex role expectations
•Uprooting and rerooting: A Transition
•Solo: A midlife choice
•On love, loving and lovers
•Opening
•The impact of women on my life

My daughter has written a personal, sensitive and moving book about her own journey as a woman … To learn from understanding our own experience is a difficult task indeed, and to share it through writing and expressive art is courageous. This book confirms what I have long believed: what is most personal is most general. Carl Rogers

[Emerging Woman is] at times compelling, provocative, even electrifying in its boldness, directness, honesty … it will challenge women and men … to examine their own attitudes. Clark E. Moustakas, author of Loneliness and Love

Natalie Rogers (1928 – 2015)

Natalie Rogers (1928 – 2015)

Natalie Rogers (1928 – 2015) was a pioneer in expressive arts therapy, leading trainings in Europe, Russia, Latin America, Japan, and the US. Dr Rogers trained and practised as a psychotherapist, and founded the Person-Centered Expressive Therapy Institute, Santa Rosa, CA. She was a full professor (adjunct) at the California Institute of Integral Studies, the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and Distinguished Consulting Faculty at Saybrook Graduate School. Natalie was an artist, mother and grandmother. For more information about Natalie, her work and links to her father, Carl Rogers, visit www.nrogers.com

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