The following lists the contents of Self and Society, Volume 31 Issue 1.
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Editorial:
Author: Maxine Linnell
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Article:
Profile: Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre
Author: Gill Westland
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Part Two: Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre
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Abstract:

The common ground of those who work at the Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre is our rootedness in the body, our belief that being embodied is a prerequisite for mental and emotional well-being, and that there is a deep connection between our body, our psyche and our spirituality. We try to emphasise a transpersonal understanding of the human soul without neglecting its intrapersonal and interpersonal aspects.


Part Three: Student Perspectives
Authors: Gerrie Millar, Sheri Kershaw, Joan Harcourt
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Eclectic Mishmash
Author: Guy Dargert
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Aum shinrikyo
Author: Yoshiyuki Kogo
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Abstract:

Aum shinrikyo, a Japanese cult, carried out a series of sarin gas attacks in the Tokyo area in 1994 and 1995. These acts of terrorism were peculiar in that many members of the sect were highly educated individuals.


Shelf Life
Author: Nick Duffell
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AHP page
Author: John Buckle
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AHPP Page
Author: Sarah Collins
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Book Review:
Reviews
Authors: Aaron Balick, Nick Duffell, Pallie Einarsson, Alvin Marcetti
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Letter:
Letters
Authors: Judi Keshet-Orr, Sarah Collings MSc. UPA Clinical member, Tamara Callea Psychotherapist, Petrūska Clarkson, Jane Barclay
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