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Authors > Van Eenwyk, John R
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Clinical Chaos: The Strange Attractors of Childhood Trauma
John R. Van Eenwyk | Edited by Frith Luton and Daryl Sharp
Inner City Books | Softcover | 2012 | 1894574370
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology
reg price: $30.00 our price: 27.00 (in stock!)
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Archetypes & Strange Attractors : The Chaotic World of Symbols
John R. Van Eenwyk
Inner City Books | Softcover | 1996 | 0919123767
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology | Self Organisation
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