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Jeanne Safer Ph.D.


Jeanne Safer, Ph.D., offers new perspectives in her books on neglected issues such as difficult siblings, women making choices about motherhood or who have chosen not to have children, whether we should always forgive, and the positive consequences of a parent’s death. Her current interests include Emotional Activism and identity preservation through mental and physical crises, the new psychology of mindful swimming, and the psychodynamics of unrequited love. Everything she writes about is based on personal experience as well as in-depth research and interviews. Safer is also listed in PT's Therapy Directory.

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