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Name:  Marilyn J. Mason  

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Born: Chicago, Illinois

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Biographical and Professional Information

Marilyn J. Mason, Ph.D., is an author, speaker and management consultant. An organizational psychologist, and former Training Director for Rapid Change Technologies.


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Titles At Your Library

Facing Shame: Families in Recovery
ISBN: 0393305813

W. W. Norton & Company. 1989

"This book will be helpful to all practitioners of psychological services and to all persons who wish to understand their dilemnas better." ―Virginia M. Satir

Families that return for treatment time and again often have problems that seem unrelated―such as compulsive, addictive, or abusive behaviors―but that are linked by an underlying process of shame. Comparing the shame-bound family system with the respectful family system, Fossum and Mason outline the assumptions underlying their depth approach to family therapy and take the reader step by step through the stages of therapy. Case examples are used to illustrate the process.

Making Our Lives Our Own: A Woman's Guide to the Six Challenges of Personal Change
ISBN: 006250634X

HarperCollins. 1992

Offers women advice on coping with six personal challenges--leaving home, facing shame, forging an identity, integrating sexuality, claiming personal power, and tapping the creative spirit

Seven Mountains: The Inner Climb to Commitment and Caring
ISBN: 0525939806

Dutton Adult. 1997

Using mountain climbing as a metaphor for building meaningful relationships with others, the author of Making Our Life Our Own examines such topics as risk, facing our fears, trust, asking for support, and letting go. Tour.

Igniting the Spirit at Work: Daily Reflections (Hazelden Meditations)
ISBN: 1568387415

Hazelden. 2001

Control. Jealousy. Mistrust. Intimidation. Although rarely recognized as such, these behaviors can be major occupational hazards. When negative energy pervades our workplace, productivity and creativity are replaced with isolation and insecurity. Cultivating personal growth in such a setting may be challenging, but it is not impossible. Uplifting daily meditations from workplace psychologist Marilyn J. Mason assure us that-regardless of work site, salary, status, or job title-we need not sacrifice our spiritual health for our work life.


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