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Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)

Interviewed by Lic. Graciela Lauro

 

"The challenge of becoming bigger than what happened to us." Interview about work with trauma conducted with Dr. Anngwyn St. Just by Lic. Graciela Lauro. To view it click here.

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Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)

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“Man's Inhumanity to Man: Ancient and Ongoing” about the white slaves. Despite many having been indocrinated with the idea that slavery means Black people, Bristol was involved in the English White slavery trade at least 700 years earlier than their Black African slave trade. Click here for more.

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Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph.D. (USA)

"The bomb joins the family". The importance of considering  nuclear weapons and radiation contamination, as a possible factor in relationship, first came to my attention in a systemic context, in a  session which occurred early in 2000 in Washington, D.C.  Bert Hellinger was working in a group setting with a young woman reporting relationship difficulties. More  specifically, her marriage was becoming increasingly distanced, as her husband said that he was afraid of her. Click  here for more.

Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)

"The Haunted Chair",  an article about Argentina […] Buenos Aires, Argentina. One rainy evening, I arrived at Casa Nazareth and could still feel the shadows everywhere, despite the light […]. Clic here for more.

Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)

"Goodbye Columbus" Christopher Columbus did not “discover” America, since the continent was already there and thriving with culture. At the time of his arrival, humans had been living there for at least 20,000 years and our Northern and Southern continents were populated by hundreds of small nations and regional empires. Click here for more.