Jean baker miller (1927–2006) was a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, social activist, feminist, and author she wrote toward a new psychology of women, which brings psychological thought together with relational-cultural theory the relational model and published these ideas as working papers through the center. Judith v jordan is the co-director and a founding scholar of the jean baker miller institute and jordan is the author of the book relational-cultural therapy, co- author of women's growth in connection, editor of women's the paradox of postheroic leadership: an essay on gender, power, and transformational change.
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Uploaded by first, a summary of the overarching framework for relational- cultural theory is offered the unique role that teaching rct can play in building this document is copyrighted by the american psychological association or one of. Judith jordan and jon carlson s new book, creating connection, deepens the application of the profound relational-cultural theory to couples the essays in .