Annotated Bibliography

Growth Counseling for Marriage Enrichment
by Howard J. Clinebell, Jr.

Annotated Bibliography

Bach, George R., and Wyden, Peter. The Intimate Enemy. New York: William Morrow, 1969. A guide to constructive, intimacy-enhancing conflict.

Bernard, Jessie. The Future of Marriage. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1972. Examines traditional, current, and future marriage styles.

Brill, Mordecai L.; Halpin, Marlene; Genné, William H., eds. Write Your Own Wedding. New York: Association, 1973. A personal guide for couples of all faiths.

Chesler, Phyllis. Women and Madness. New York: Doubleday, 1972. A revealing study of the exploitation of women in counseling and other forms of treatment.

Clinebell, Charlotte H. Meet Me in the Middle: On Becoming Human Together. New York: Harper & Row, 1973. A personal guide to human liberation — women’s and men’s — including liberated marriage and sex.

Clinebell, Howard J., Jr. Basic Types of Pastoral Counseling.

Nashville: Abingdon, 1966. An introduction to supportive, crisis, referral, educative, group, confrontational, religious-existential, and marriage counseling.

—–Growth Counseling: New Tools for Clergy and Laity. Nashville: Abingdon, 1973, 1974. Cassette training courses with User’s Guide. Part I — Enriching Marriage and Family Life (leading marriage enrichment groups, enhancing sex, changing roles). Part Il — Coping Constructively with Crises (crisis growth counseling).

—–The People Dynamic: Changing Self and Society Through Growth Groups. New York: Harper & Row, 1972. Applying growth methods in marriage, single, women’s liberation, and parent-child groups.

Clinebell, Howard J. Jr., and Clinebell, Charlotte. Crisis and Growth: Helping Your Troubled Child. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1971. A guide for parents to help children with crises.

—–The intimate Marriage. New York: Harper & Row, 1970. A guide to emotional, sexual, and spiritual intimacy, for use by couples and in marriage enrichment groups.

Comfort, Alex. The Joy of Sex. New York: Crown, 1972. A liberating guide to sexual pleasure.

Daly, Mary. Beyond God the Father. Boston: Beacon, 1973. A philosophy of women’s liberation — must reading for ministers and other marriage counselors.

James, Muriel M. Born to Love. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1973. The use of Transactional Analysis in churches.

Lederer, William J., and Jackson, Don D. The Mirages of Marriage. New York: Norton, 1968. A guide to making marriage work by improving the contract.

Mace, David and Vera. We Can Have Better Marriages — If We Really Want Them. Nashville: Abingdon, 1974. A guide to marriage enrichment and ACME (Association of Couples for Marriage Enrichment).

Maslow, Abraham. Toward a Psychology of Being. 2d ed. New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1968. A classic discussion of the psychology of growth and health.

McGinnis, Tom. Your First Year of Marriage. New York:

‘Doubleday, 1967. A practical guide for premarrieds and early marrieds.

Otto, Herbert. More Joy in Your Marriage. New York:

Hawthorn, 1969. Methods of developing your marriage potential.

Satir, Virginia. Peoplemaking. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books, Inc., 1972. A guide to improving family communication.

Stroup, Herbert W., Jr., and Wood, Norma S. Sexuality and the Counseling Pastor. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1974. Relates the biblical tradition and contemporary social attitudes to counseling on sexual and changing role problems.