2 edition of Risking being ourselves. found in the catalog.
Risking being ourselves.
Summary: One of a seven film series showing authentic unrehearsed psychological group therapy. Originally shown on KHJ-TV in Los Angeles, the series is conducted by Dr. Everett L. Shostrom and co-therapist Nancy W. Ferry.
|Series||The Actualization group : -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Shostrom, Everett L., 1921-, Psychological Films, Santa Ana, Calif.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 reel, 45 min.|
|Number of Pages||45|
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The Risks and Rewards of Vulnerability. Vulnerability with ourselves and others is scary. Often we act based on shame and fear instead of risking being misunderstood or.
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