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  • How to Begin RC

    How to Begin “Re-evaluation Counseling,” by Harvey Jackins and others.
    Published in: Pamphlets

  • Beginning RC: the glass menagerie.

    Beginning RC: the glass menagerie. by Wood W.A. published in: Present Time No. 33 (October 1978), page 24 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Como empezar el "Proceso de Reevaluación"

    Como empezar el "Proceso de Reevaluación", por Harvey Jackins y otros. Si has escuchado acerca del Proceso de Reevaluación y de las ventajas que su utilización puede traer a tu vida, y estás impaciente por probarlo, lo que sigue a continuación puede ayudarte a comenzar con él.
    Published in: Spanish

  • Embarrassed beginnings toward Russians.

    Embarrassed beginnings toward Russians. by Barbara Hazard published in: Present Time No. 67 (April 1987), page 58 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Big Island beginning, Hawaii.

    Big Island beginning, Hawaii. by John Tuck published in: Present Time No. 71 (April 1988), page 83 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • The beginnings of my own world Community.

    The beginnings of my own world Community. by Fran Pasmanick published in: Present Time No. 62 (January 1986), page 12 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Beginnings in South India.

    Beginnings in South India. by Father Cletus published in: Present Time No. 58 (January 1985), page 62 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Brooklyn beginnings.

    Brooklyn beginnings. by Gwen Pollack published in: Present Time No. 75 (April 1989), page 87 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Determined beginnings in Yugoslavia.

    Determined beginnings in Yugoslavia. by Robert Zarkovic published in: Present Time No. 70 (January 1988), page 7 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Solid beginnings in Chile

    Solid beginnings in Chile by David Holmstrom published in: Present Time No. 94 (January 1994), page 79 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Beginning to learn to relate.

    Beginning to learn to relate. by David Peiper published in: Present Time No. 85 (October 1991), page 22 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Beginnings in Swaziland

    Beginnings in Swaziland by Bafana Matsebula published in: Present Time No. 94 (January 1994), page 71 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Beginnings in Cancun

    Beginnings in Cancun by Laura Donnadieu published in: Present Time No. 89 (October 1992), page 66 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Human beginnings in Romania.

    Human beginnings in Romania. by Vio Vajda published in: Present Time No. 78 (January 1990), page 3 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Beginnings in central Java.

    Beginnings in central Java. by Jennifer Toisuta published in: Present Time No. 65 (October 1986), page 62 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Fundamentals Teaching Guide I Readings

    Included here are those readings referenced in the Fundamentals Teaching Guide, Part I that are not included in the basic books referenced in the Guide (The Fundamentals Manual, The Human Side of Human Beings, The Human Situation, The RC Community Guidelines, Working Together to End Racism, How to Begin RC).
    Published in: Fundamentals Teaching Guide Readings

  • How RC Began in Japan

    How RC Began in Japan, Yuho Asaka. Beginnings of RC in Japan
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Teaching, Leading, Community Building Page 63-64

  • Beginning in a village

    Beginning in a village by Tresa Elguera published in: Present Time No. 95 (April 1994), page 89 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Changes to the Guidelines, 2013

    Changes to the Guidelines, 2013, by Re-evaluation Counseling Communities. Leaders of our RC Communities meet every four years at a World Conference to continue the development of the Guidelines for the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 32 to 41

  • RC Policy and Psychiatric Drugs

    RC Policy and Psychiatric Drugs, by Janet Foner. Present Time 149, pages 75-80. Psychiatric drug use has become widespread worldwide. More people are contacting me and asking how to help people get off psychiatric drugs.
    Published in: Present Time 149, October 2007, Teaching(Leading, Community Building, Pages 75 to 80)

  • RC Policy and Psychiatric Drugs

    RC Policy and Psychiatric Drugs by Janet Foner. Recovery and Re-emergence 6, page 62. “Mental health” system survivors in RC classes are finding that they can now talk about the drugs they are taking and can set things up so that they can stop taking them—rather than feeling like they can’t bring up the subject.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 6

  • Real Human Relationships

    Real Human Relationships, by Wendy Kloiber. I'm in law school, and this semester I have a class on the criminal justice system. I read Harvey's article on RC needing to begin to take on and take seriously the work of liberating "people marked for destruction." Most of the "clients" of the criminal justice system fall into that category.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, People Targeted for Destruction by Society: page 49

  • Introductory Reading List

  • RC on the Internet: The RC Website

    RC on the Internet: The RC Website. There is a website for Re-evaluation Counseling at . At this site you will have easy access to a large amount of information about Re-evaluation Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time, RC on the Internetpage 86

  • M.1. Lengthy Reason Co-Counseling Relationships

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Literature on web

  • The Latin American Pre-World-Conference Conference September 19-21,1997

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The East Asian Conference Held in Tokyo, Japan, May 2 to 5, 1997

    The East Asian Conference Held in Tokyo, Japan, May 2 to 5, 1997, by Shiom Morita. We had the RC Pre-World-Conference Conference for East Asia in Tokyo, Japan, on May 2 to 5. Seventy RC leaders came-seven from China, six from the Philippines, six from the United States, and fifty-one from Japan (from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south).
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Teaching(Leading, Community Building: page 42 to 45)

  • "Normal" Patterns and RC Leaders

    “Normal” Patterns and RC Leaders, by Janet Foner. As we fully reclaim the discharge process, we go up against the irrational system/society. Being inundated with “mental health” oppression (MHO) is necessary for the system if it is to hold itself together. Society has to shut down discharge and make it seem bad and unthinkable.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • Solid Beginnings in Chile

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Leadership

    Leadership, by Tim Jackins. Present Time No. 146, pages 53-56
    Published in: Present Time 146, January 2007

  • A Model of Young People's Work in RC

    A Model of Young People's Work in RC, by Alana and Nina Eichner. Present Time 160, July 2010, page 67. The class started with about ten young people, with an age range of nine to fifteen years, and no adult allies. Joel Nogic, the Regional Reference Person for one of the Boston Regions, led the class with an older young person assisting him. The class has always met about once a month, with a parent as the organizer.
    Published in: Present Time 160, July 2010, Liberation: pages 67-68

  • Allies to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People

    Allies to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People, by Sarah Taub. I am absolutely thrilled by the recent letters to the RC-list that bring up deafness, interpreting, and so on.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: page 66

  • How to Begin "Re-evaluation Counseling"

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • RC Teacher Update CDs

    RC Teacher Update CDs. Talks by Tim Jackins at recent RC workshops.
    Published in: Present Time, Back Pagespages 105 to 106

  • Kit Me Cako Le-he Ki Lok

    Published in: Acholiluo

  • JINZI YA KUANZA HISIA YA KINSINGI (MASHAURIANO)

    Published in: Kiswahili

  • An Introduction to a Pre-World Conference

    An Introduction to a Pre-World Conference; Tim Jackins, at the West and Central USA Pre-World Conference, January 2013. Welcome to the first of the 2013 Pre-World Conferences. Thank you for doing whatever was required to get here.We’re all involved in this important project.
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Counseling Practice06

  • Report To The World-Wide Leaders' Meeting July 28 -August 2,1995

    Report To The World-Wide Leaders' Meeting, July 28 -August 2,1995, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Present Time 101, October 1995, ContentsPages 35 to 46

  • RC in Lira, Uganda

    RC in Lira, Uganda, by Atune Naume. The presentation on goal setting helped me set priorities for myself and see myself as a new person.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 60

  • RC Progress in Korea

    RC Progress in Korea, by HyoSung Bidol. RC in Korea is progressing.Teaching RC here confirms once again that because RC theory is based on humanness, it is understood regardless of “cultural” differences.
    Published in: Present Time 130, January 2003, (Teaching, Leading, and Community Building Page 50)

  • A New Initiative on Ending Classism

    A New Initiative on Ending Classism, by Dan Nickerson. Increasingly on the RC e-mail discussion lists, people are recognizing that capitalism, our current version of the oppressive class society, is a limiting factor in social change.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Counseling Practice: pages 8 to 9

  • H.1. Outreach Funds of the RC Community

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • The First RC Muslim Workshop

    The First RC Muslim Workshop, multiple authors. These five articles are about the U.S. Muslim Leaders' Workshop, held in Parksville, New York, USA, in September 2014.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation23

  • United to End Racism (UER) at the Tule Lake Pilgrimage

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Ending Racism--Making it Happen

    Ending Racism--Making it Happen, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 128, pages 3-4. Deciding to end racism, working on the oppressor role and on internalized oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 128, Juli 2002

  • 中译文

    中译文, Translations into Chinese
    Published in: Chinese, /publication/translations/chinese/contents

  • United to End Racism

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • H.14. Outreach to All Groups Targeted by Oppression

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Contents of Online Publications

  • Julian Weissglass—International Communality Reference Person for Wide World Change

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Resources for use or for sale in UER RC Community gather-ins/workshops:

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • UER Activities in Latin America

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • An Interpreter's Perspective

    An Interpreter's Perspective, by Maj Rafferty. As an RCer who has interpreted inside and outside of the RC Community, I will address the issue of deaf RCers and sign language interpreters.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: pages 60 to 61

  • Anforderungen an NC Lehrer*innen

    Anforderungen an NC Lehrer*innen (Requirements of RC Teachers) Guideline G.2.
    Published in: German

  • Death and Dying

    Death and Dying, by Pam Geyer. We become aware of death and dying as young people—when our pets or people we know or hear about die.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Counseling Practice(pages 16-17)

  • Hvordan Man Kommer I Gang Med “Genvurderings Vejledning”

    Published in: Danish

  • The Nature of Leadership

    The Nature of Leadership, by Harvey Jackins, Present Time No. 37, pp 24-28. If two or more people are to do anything together effectively, at least one person must fill the key leadership functions. It's fine if more than one do, but at least one person must function as a leader if the group is going to succeed.
    Published in: Present Time 37, October 1979, Leading

  • Healing from War: What Are We Doing and Why?

    Healing From War: What Are We Doing and Why?, by Julian Weissglass. War is the most irrational societal action carried out by human beings. Fighting a war requires organizing enormous resources, convincing or coercing people to risk their lives to kill other human beings, and convincing others to support the war. If we do the emotional work in our sessions and take action in the wide world, we can help spread a vision of the possibility of a world without war. How sweet and fitting it will be for humans to end war.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: pages 51 to 56

  • Activity in Central Europe

    Activity in Central Europe, by Molnar Gabriella. Three weeks ago I went to Slovenia to lead the first-ever introductory RC workshop there. It was organized by friends I met in Beijing. We held it in a community library.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: page 10

  • Helping People Work on Whether or Not to Have Children

    Helping People Work on Whether or Not to Have Children, Nancy Faulstich. Ways to work on this and some messages we've received
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPage 44-45

  • Language Liberation and the World Conference

    Language Liberation and the World Conference, by Xabi Odriozola and Shirley Thatcher. We worked together as allies to make the conference as inclusive as possible in terms of language.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberationpages 60 to 62

  • The African Pre-World Conference Conference

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Invite Them to Learn But Not While Working

    Invite Them to Learn But Not While Working, by Jo Saunders
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: page 61

  • Pamphlets

    Pamphlets. All prices are $2.00 (U.S.) except where indicated otherwise. 20% off price for 10 to 19 copies; 40% off for 20 or more copies (of one title). Postage and handling costs will be added. Order form on page 110.
    Published in: Present Time, Pamphletspages 100 to 101

  • RC Women’s Liberation—Then, and Now

    RC Women’s Liberation—Then, and Now, by Diane Balser. Re-evaluation Counseling began in the 1950s. In the 1960s and ’70s, the RC Communities came into existence and began to grow. RC liberation theory and practice developed simultaneously with wide-world liberation movements, most of which were based on revolutionary ideas.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberationpages 44 to 45

  • The Working Class, the World, and RC

    The Working Class, the World, and RC, by Harvey Jackins. A comprehensive discussion of class oppression and working class liberation.
    Published in: Benign Reality

  • The Working Class, the World, and RC

    Published in: Working for a Living 5

  • A New Goal on Care of the Environment

    A New Goal on Care of the Environment, by Tim Jackins. Here is the new goal on care of the environment adopted by the 2013 World Conference of the Re-Evaluation Counseling Communities
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Counseling Practicepages 3 to 4

  • A Great Day in Ivory Coast

    A Great Day in Ivory Coast, by Cyrille Zounon. The workshop started at 9:00 a.m. After introductions and a brief review of RC fundamentals and the Guidelines, people discharged on various themes, such as key events of their childhood, difficulties related to the social-political crisis since 2002, parent-child relationships, and commitment to Co-Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:75

  • Corean RC Fundraising

    Fundraising for Corean Liberation
    Published in: Foundation

  • Everywhere and Whenever Possible

    Everywhere and Whenever Possible, by Betsy Damon. I'm pleased to be able to write you an update on RC in Chengdu. My RC class is going well, with seventeen people. Everyone wants to bring friends and family, so I am planning another class.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: pages 84 to 85)

  • Recovering My Roots (and Building a Community) in the Philipines

    Recovering My Roots (and Building a Community) in the Philippines,by Teresa Enrico. My trip to the Philippines was the dream of a life-time. To get to go to the country of the birth of my father, meet family I had never met before, and learn so much about myself and about my father has always been one of my hopes.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Counseling Practice(pages 10 to 12)

  • A Safe Environment for Learning to Lead

    A Safe Environment for Learning to Lead, from "Logical Thinking About a Future Society," by Harvey Jackins. The great problem before people everywhere in the wide world is lack of leadership. Everywhere people are eager to do something effective about their conditions, even where their patterned appearance and behavior give a different impression. People are frustrated and sometimes turn to destructive outlets out of their frustration, but in reality they are everywhere anxious to take constructive actions. Lack of leadership and lack of policy are the crucial problems—the lack of leadership with a correct policy.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 82

  • Counseling About Breast Cancer

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • We Are the Heart of RC Women's Liberation

    We Are the Heart of RC Women's Liberation, by Pardis Pourahmad. six Muslim women gathered. It was a first in RC history.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: page 33

  • Outline: The Clarification and Generalization of the Fundamentals of Co-Counseling

    Published in: Present Time 61, October 1985

  • Stories of Hope and Courage

    Stories of hope and courage about climate change.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Moving Working-Class Issues Forward in RC

    Moving Working-Class Issues Forward in RC; From a talk by Tim Jackins1 at a small working-class workshop in Seattle, Washington, USA, November 2014
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, No Section(03)

  • N.2. Psychiatric Drugs, RC Classes, and RC Workshops

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Many-Issue Leadership

    Many-Issue Leadership, by Marsha Saxton. I just returned from leading our twelfth annual International Disability Liberation and Allies Workshop, in Hebron, Connecticut, USA. We had nearly a hundred people, many of whom have returned for all or nearly all of these years.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: pages 57-58

  • Leadership

    Leadership, by Tim Jackins. Leadership in RC is different from leadership anywhere else. I think we understand what it means to lead.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 27 to 28

  • Speaking Out About Fat Oppression and Liberation

    Speaking Out About Fat Oppression and Liberation, by Mel Cowell. It looks to me like many people have food addictions, but some become fat and others don't. It is fat people who are targeted, oppressed, and discriminated against.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 17 to 20

  • Thinking about Humiliation

    Thinking about Humiliation by Jay Raymond. This is a report on what I’ve learned: about how to be a client who is determined to discharge humiliation, and how the world looks now that I have discharged some of it.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practice19

  • Jan Yoshiwara—International Liberation Reference Person for Japanese and Okinawan Heritage People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Lorenzo Garcia— International Liberation Reference Person for Chicanos and Chicanas

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • The Importance of RC Communities

    The Importance of RC Communities-A talk by Tim Jackins at the Pre-World Conference for South America, Central America, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 2001, Present Time No. 124, page 41. Why we need to build RC communities and how Tim did it.
    Published in: Present Time 124, Juli 2001

  • A Men’s Liberation Workshop for New Co-Counselors

    A Men’s Liberation Workshop for New Co-Counselors, by Dan Nickerson. I thought it would be good to organize the workshop so that men from the fundamentals classes could get together.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 35

  • There Are No 'Good' Patterns

    There Are No 'Good' Patterns, by Randi Wolfe. I want to spend this evening's class talking about leadership, attacks, 'liberalism,' and why this kind of 'drastic' or 'harsh' intervention is sometimes necessary. I want to do this without disrespecting either of the people involved and without allowing the discussion to become gossip.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 52 to 56.)

  • Expanding the Frontiers of RC in Nigeria

    Expanding the Frontiers of RC in Nigeria by Onii Nwangwu. Thumbs-up1 to our Nigerian Re-evaluation Counseling Community, as it takes refreshing strides to expand the frontiers of RC.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:45

  • How to Teach Beginning Co-Counseling in Jerusalem (or Anywhere Else)

    How to Teach Beginning Co-Counseling in Jerusalem (or Anywhere Else) by, Naomi Raz. PT#105 page 28.
    Published in: Present Time 103, April 1996, TeachingLeading and Community Buildingpage 28

  • From the editor

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000

  • Reference Guide for Organizing Class and Area RC Workshops

    Reference Guide for Organizing Class and Area RC Workshops
    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • Reference Guide for Organizing Regional and International RC Workshops

    Reference Guide for Organizing Regional and International RC Workshops
    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • The Intensive Use of "Understatements"

    Published in: Present Time 111, April 1998

  • Two Articles on the Understatement

    Two Article on Understatements, "The Intensive Use of 'Understatements'" and "Useful Understatements/Useful Procedures," by Harvey Jackins, An Unbounded Future, page 21. A detailed look at the origins and use of the long and short understatements
    Published in: Unbounded Future

  • Tim Jackins

    Letter, 2009

  • From the Editor

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000

  • RC Literature and Learning Re-evaluation Counseling

    RC Literature and Learning Re-evaluation Counseling by Tim Jackins
    Published in: Present Time 153, October 2008

  • New Contacts in Cuba

    New Contacts in Cuba by, Eneko Landaburu, M.D.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 70)

  • A Policy in the Making

    A Policy in the Making, by Harvey Jackins. The Upward Trend, pages 365 to 376. Should Gentile RCers, and Gentiles in general, be involved in the discussion and evolution of a correct policy for Jewish liberation, both inside and outside of RC?
    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • The Empowerment of the Individual

    The Empowerment of the Individual, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time No. 46, pp 6-9. RC acts to strip the pseudo-reality from reality, rolls back the false reality which has occluded reality for almost all of us almost all out lives. The pseudo-reality has accumulated from the falsehoods, the invalidations, the pain, the unwarranted assumptions which have been presented to us as reality, assumptions such as that we are helpless.
    Published in: Present Time 46, January 1982

  • Subscriptions from RIP

    Subscriptions available from RIP, Rational Island Publishers

  • From the Editor

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Beginning to Reclaim Our Bodies

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Selected Projects of the Re-evaluation Foundation

    Published in: Foundation

  • Photos Women's March January 2017

    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • Azi Khalili--ILRP for South, Central, and West-Asian Heritage People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • South, Central, and West Asian-Heritage People

    South, Central, and West Asian-Heritage People, by Azi Khalili. Climate change in South, Central, and West Asia is happening in the context of an already prolonged crisis that is due largely to the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Yemen, the Palestinian territories, and Lebanon. They have ruined agricultural lands, contaminated soil, increased desertification, polluted water, destroyed wildlife habitat, and, of course, caused millions of civilian deaths as well as mass migrations.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section10

  • Irish-Heritage USers

    Irish-Heritage USers, A beginning Perspective and and Invitation, by Rita Davern. My job as Information Coordinator for Irish-Heritage USers is to collect and share counseling directions and insights as we Irish-heritage USers claim this identity.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberation(pages 40 to 41)

  • Prospects For RC

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Proposed Goals for the Communities, 1997

    Proposed Goals for the Communities, 1997, by Harvey Jackins. There will be a World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities this year. Ten preliminary conferences are being held in various parts of the world. Discussion is taking place at all these conferences towards updating the goals of Re-evaluation Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Contents(Front Section: page 3)

  • Addressing difficulties in Leadership

    Addressing difficulties in Leadership, by Diane Shisk. Re-evaluation Counseling is a great training ground for leaders.
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 63 to 64

  • Young People’s Work in RC

    Young People’s Work in RC, by Mari Piggott. Goal 2 of the RC Communities is that the Re-evaluation Counseling Community put new and increased efforts into making Re-evaluation Counseling and the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities accessible to young people. I am writing a series of articles about moving forward with that goal.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(pages 36 to 38)

  • Listening Projects about the Environment

    Listening Projects about the Environment, by Tim Jackins and Diane Shisk. Listening projects began as attempts to push us out of our isolation, as individuals and as an RC Community. They give us a chance to face our fears about listening to people who have different perspectives than we do and who might be “upset.” They also push us to think farther, and communicate our thinking to others.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changingpages 40 to 41

  • The Present Conditions and Tasks

    The Present Conditions and Tasks, by Tim Jackins. Society is collapsing, and it’s going to wear on everybody everywhere, including us. We are not going to change the fact of society collapsing around us.
    Published in: Present Time 186, January 2017, Wide World Changing03

  • Give Up False Expectations and "Disappointment"

    Give Up False Expectations and "Disappointment," by Harvey Jackins. Discharging on frozen expectations and disappointments about RC. What RC is and What it isn't.
    Published in: Start Over Every Morning

  • Allies of Young People

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Middle-Class in "Classless" Israel

    Middle-Class in "Classless" Israel, by Miri Sager.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Liberationpage 63

  • Getting Better at Teaching

    Getting Better at Teaching, by HyoJung Bidol. Things are going well here in Korea. I am getting better at teaching Co-Counseling and even surprising myself with how well I’m doing it.
    Published in: Present Time 130, January 2003, (Teaching, Leading, Community Building Page 50)

  • How to begin United to End Racism (UER) Counseling Sessions

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Protestants

    Protestants, by Barbara Boring. As the current economic system collapses, oppression based on religious belief or heritage is on the rise. Protestantism began with a sectarian split, and its history ever since has been marked by factionalism.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section58

  • A Welcome to the RC Communities from Tim Jackins

  • Graduation Day

    Published in: Present Time 61, October 1985

  • A “Learning About the Guidelines” Class

    A “Learning About the Guidelines” Class by Andrea Blum. RC Teacher 28, page 77. I am leading a “learning about the Guidelines” class in my Community. It’s fun. I just led the second class tonight.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Men Fighting for Themselves

    Published in: European Men Leaders 2018

  • Becoming People's Intellectuals

    Becoming People's Intellectuals, by Harvey Jackins. The Benign Reality, page 541. The present isolation and segregation of intellectuals from working people, however, is ridiculous. We can find ways to end this isolation.
    Published in: Benign Reality

  • Janet Foner

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Harvey Page 60

  • Present Time 181, October 2015

    Present Time 181, October 2015
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015

  • People Leaving RC

    People Leaving RC, by Tim Jackins. People leave the RC Community for several different reasons. We want to be thoughtful about who comes into the Community.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 65

  • Common Goals For All Humans

    Common Goals for All Humans, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time 58, page 29. I have some wider generalizations that I want to present. This is the first time I'm talking about these. They come under the heading "perceiving reality accurately."
    Published in: Present Time 58, January 1985

  • A Fulfilling Working-Class Life

    A Fulfilling Working-Class Life by Victor George Nicassio. This letter is to bring you up-to-date on some of my progress over the past year.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: pages 66 to 68)

  • Literature in Languages Other Than English

    Literature in Languages Other Than English. The important job of translating RC literature is done by volunteers. Truus Jansen is the Rational Island Publishers Translation Coordinator.
    Published in: Present Time, Literature In Other Languagespages 94 to 98

  • Translations in Japanese (PDF)

    Translations into Japanese
    Published in: Japanese

  • Moving Beyond the Iron Curtain

    Moving Beyond the Iron Curtain
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Liberation:44

  • The Six-Legged Table

    The Six-Legged Table, by Xabi Odriozola. It is not always easy to define RC. My definition has been changing over time. The more I make RC central in my life, the easier it is for me to provide an understandable definition of it for those who do not know about it. Sometimes I see RC as a big round table with six legs. One leg on its own cannot support the table.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:79(pages 79 to 81)

  • Excerpts from RC Journal OLDER AND BOLDER

    Published in: Older and Bolder

  • Human Connection, and Sex

    Human Connection, and Sex by Tim Jackins. A description of the work on sex, gender, and human connection.
    Published in: IRP Perspectives

  • Catholic Liberation Teaching Guide II

    Published in: Ftg2 Readings -

  • Being Sensible About Class Divisions

    Being Sensible About Class Divisions, by Dan Nickerson. In this article, like to try to clarify what our several definitions of the term "Working Class" that we have used in RC are, so that we can use them with some clarity.
    Published in: Present Time 82, January 1991

  • I Can Proceed with More Confidence

    I Can Proceed with More Confidence, by SaraLynne Thoreson. What would happen if we weren’t so concerned about our own existence? How many people would we be able to reach for?
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Counseling Practicepage 18

  • A Recent Introduction to RC

    A Recent Introduction to RC, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 152, April 2008, pages 3-10. Introductory talk about RC, Seattle.
    Published in: Present Time 152, July 2008

  • Re-evaluating the Cross

    Re-evaluating the Cross, by Ellie Hidalgo. I work at a church where we read Jesus’ words on a regular basis. It is interesting to see where his teachings have inspired great generosity and courage among our Catholic people and where they can get hooked on our distresses.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Liberation(page 64)

  • Written Language, Oral Language, and Their Liberation

    Written Language, Oral Language, and Their Liberation, by Xabi Odriozola Ezeiza. Linguistic liberation is an essential tool in the effort to eliminate the other oppressions (racism, classism, genocide, sexism, young people’s oppression, and so on).
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Liberation

  • Close Friendships Between Women and Men

    Close Friendships Between Women and Men, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time No. 44, pp 14-16. A clearer understanding is beginning to emerge of the nature of the inherent relationships between women and men, the cultural distresses that get in the way of these natural relationships, and what can be done about removing the distresses through counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 44, July 1981

  • Building Community—by Combining Classes and Teaching Together

    Building Community—by Combining Classes and Teaching Together by Gwen Brown
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Articles by Harvey Jackins on Working-Class Liberation

    Published in: Working for a Living 8

  • The Uncovering of Reality

    The Uncovering of Reality, by Harvey Jackins. The Benign Reality, page 157. In a very useful sense, RC, the theory and practice of it, is an uncovering of reality. We have been looking at it from this viewpoint for a couple of years now and the approach has been valuable and productive.
    Published in: Benign Reality

  • A Full Life for Every Family Member

    A Full Life for Every Family Member, by Randi Wolfe. What follows is an update on my wide world work in going public with RC around parents' liberation, some insights I've been having as client, and some thinking I've been doing about RC parents' liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: pages 75 to 80

  • Re-evaluation Counseling Online Fundamentals Class

    Published in: Fundamentals

  • Steps in the Application Process

    Published in: Fundamentals

  • Questionnaire: If you are teaching an RC class, what has enabled you to do so?...what contributes to your continued interest and

    Questionnaire: If you are teaching an RC class, what has enabled you to do so?...what contributes to your continued interest and enjoyment?...if not teaching, what would assist you to begin? (Part 2 o by Present Time Readers published in: Present Time No. 54 (January 1984), page 44 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Questionnaire: If you are teaching an RC class, what has enabled you to do so?...what contributes to your continued interest and

    Questionnaire: If you are teaching an RC class, what has enabled you to do so?...what contributes to your continued interest and enjoyment?...if not teaching, what would assist you to begin? (Part 1 o by Present Time Readers published in: Present Time No. 53 (October 1983), page 59 (scanned into a pdf file)

  • Word Gets Around

    Word Gets Around, by Dan Nickerson. I recently got a call from a working-class/poor woman who grew up in Lewiston, Maine, USA. She is a graduate student, and after five years of struggle in higher education she was finally beginning to be able to think about the impact of the class issues on her life in academia.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: page 76)

  • Gynecological Teaching Associates

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Gail Mandella

    Published in: Present Time 118, January 2000

  • From the Editor

    Published in: Present Time 106, January 1997

  • Enthusiasm Leading to Success

    Enthusiasm Leading to Success, by Torill Enger Karlsen. My life now in the beginning of 1998 is going quite well. I am in general in a better mood than I was in 1997.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 35 to 36

  • India’s First International Women’s Liberation Workshop

    India’s First International Women’s Liberation Workshop, by Diane Balser. I went over parts of the RC women’s liberation draft policy statement. I emphasized the section on not comparing oppressions. Comparing and “grading” the sexism in different countries and societies does not lead to more effective work against sexism.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(pages 28 to 29)

  • The Challenge of Opening a New Frontier

    The Challenge of Opening a New Frontier by Harvey Jackins. RCers can teach the interruption of the rehearsals of internalized oppression and self-condemnation. The communication of the basic knowledge of Re-evaluation Counseling theory in simple language is a task that we have to think about more and more carefully.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Contentspage 8 to 9

  • From the Editor Present Time No. 104 (Vol. 28 No. 3)

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Teaching as a Window

    Teaching as a Window, by Sue Yoshiwara. I want to share a little about how my first fundamentals class is going. I was terrified to begin with, but I did it anyway.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 42

  • Reports from Melphy

    Reports from Melphy, by Melphy Sakupwanya. AN RC WORKSHOP IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA, MAY 28 TO JUNE 3, 1997. AN RC WORKSHOP IN KAMPALA, UGANDA, JUNE 3 TO 6, 1997
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: pages 72 to 73.)

  • Young Biennial Age Group Leaders Needed and Available

    Young Biennial Age Group Leaders Needed and Available, by Richard and Tori Lodge. One of the discussions at this workshop was about how many of our Communities struggle with the transition between family work (where young people are expected to be primarily client and not listen to much theory) and "regular" RC formats.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Biennial Age Group Leaders: page 92

  • An Important Clarification

    An Important Clarification, by Harvey Jackins. One of the incidental, but important, results of the Liberation Workshops was the clarification of Co-Counseling between people coming from different sides of relationships which are oppressive in our society; Co-Counseling between blacks and whites, between women and men, between Latinos and Anglos, between adults and children.
    Published in: Present Time 19, April 1975, Counseling Practice

  • “Mental Health” Liberation For Everybody

    “Mental Health” Liberation For Everybody by Janet Foner. Recovery and Re-emergence 5, pages 80-82.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 5

  • Our Ongoing Goals

    Our Ongoing Goals, by Tim Jackins. Present Time No. 139, page 20. Making ending racism, community accessibility to young people and the environmental goal your personal goals.
    Published in: Present Time 139, April 2005

  • "Mental Health" Oppression and Liberation

    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Journals

    Journals. Older issues contain important information not found in newer ones. We encourage you to read all issues.
    Published in: Present Time, Journalspages 102 to 104

  • Acting on a Courageous Decision

    Acting on a Courageous Decision, by Lisa Drake. I have been working since 1995 on the Lynn Community Charter School project. I have been leading in the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) since 1993 and have been in RC since 1995.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Wide World Changing(pages 68 to 69.)

  • Draft Policy on Artists' Liberation

    Draft Policy for Artists' Liberation, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Way of Accessing and Simplifying Reality

    Way of Accessing and Simplifying Reality, by Mark Wilsey. I first started using the short understatement in July, 1997. I learned how to use it from Eddie Green, who had just returned from the West Coast North American Pre-World-Conference Conference.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: Experience with the Understatement: pages 29 to 31

  • Counseling on "Gay" Distress

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Making RC Accessible to Young People

    Making RC Accessible to Young People by Mari Piggott found on page 44 of the January 2015 issue of Present Time. This is the third of three articles about moving Goal 21 forward in Re-evaluation Counseling. Goal 2 is “that the Re-evaluation Counseling Community put new and increased efforts into making Re-evaluation Counseling and the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities accessible to young people.”
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation(page 44)

  • Teaching How to Teach RC (part 2)

    Teaching How to Teach RC by Frank van den Heuvel
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Allow ourselves time to grow

    Published in: The Human Situation

  • Interviewing Prospective Students for Fundamentals Classes

    Interviewing Prospective Students for Fundamentals Classes by Ayana Raquel Morse
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • A Leaders’ Class on the Guidelines

    A Leaders’ Class on the Guidelines
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:70

  • Echo From the Dublin Conference

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Clay Houses, Sweden, and South Africa

    Clay Houses, Sweden, and South Africa, by Tessa Abramowitz. I want to tell you a little of what has been happening since I met you in Israel. I returned to Sweden filled with new courage and energy, inspired by the conference, by the many new friendships, and by yours and Cherie's leadership.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: pages 75 to 76)

  • Organizing in the Middle Americas

    Organizing in the Middle Americas by, Laura Aguilar. After some talks and conferences I've been giving at the university, I might get an interesting job there, plus they promoted me to work (naturalizing RC in "Education for Democracy" courses) next year in at least ten of the main high schools and colleges in Morelos.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 73)

  • What I've Figured Out about Enjoying My Life

    What I've Figured Out about Enjoying My Life, by Timna Raz. As a young adult, I’ve been thinking a lot about building my life to be the way I want it and about going for my dreams—about how to enjoy life, which I think is a revolutionary thing to do.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Counseling Practice(page 10)

  • Recruiting

    Published in: Kind, Friendly Universe

  • Excerpts from the RC journal MEN

    Published in: Men

  • Clarifying and Summarizing

    Clarifying and Summarizing, by Harvey Jackins. I want to review the remarkable clarification of the fundamentals of counseling that has taken place in the recent period. As advanced concepts have broken through, they have illuminated what we'd been doing previously, so that we can now better summarize the fundamentals of RC. RC Teacher 21, p 64
    Published in: Present Time 21, October 1975, Counseling Practice

  • Teaching About Leading

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Jewish Liberation Is Everybody’s Concern

    Jewish Liberation Is Everybody’s Concern, by Harvey Jackins. The Upward Trend, pages 377 to 399. We have much work to do in that direction, but the commitment to Jewish liberation has been made on behalf of the entire RC Community.
    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • Jewish Liberation Is Everybody's Concern

    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • West Asians and Asian Identity

    West Asians and Asian Identity, by Victor George Nicassio. The Asian continent is extremely diverse, extending from Turkey in the west to Japan in the east, from Sri Lanka in the south to Siberia in the north, and including a variety of cultures and peoples.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberationpages 21 to 22

  • Film: "Long Night's Journey Into Day"

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • "SPIRITUALISM" IN RC? NO!

    Published in: Present Time 59, April 1985

  • Eliminating Addictions From Our Lives

    Published in: Present Time 58, January 1985

  • Care of the Environment - (Nine Articles)

    Care of the Environment - (Nine Articles). On the following nine pages are thoughts from several International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons about their constituencies and care of the environment.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 73 to 81)

  • The Environment Is Also "Targeted for Destruction"

    The Environment Is Also "Targeted for Destruction", by Libby Roderick.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: page 3

  • Priorities for Translation

    Published in: Translations

  • Money, Financial Inequality, and RC

    Money, Financial Inequality, and RC, by “George Bailey." Below are some observations about money and financial inequality and their impact on us in the RC Community. Also included are some thoughts about how we can take charge to move forward even within an oppressive economic system.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 83 to 84

  • Honest Work on Oppressor Material

    Honest Work on Oppressor Material, by Dvora Slavin. For a while I have been working on what I call my “justified material.”1 I took a big whack at it last weekend at an eliminating-white-racism workshop with a small group of white leaders I’d been working with for several years.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Counseling Practice(page 14)

  • It's Time to Play a Big Role

    It's Time to Play a Big Role, by Madeleine Para. I am so pleased with the new emphasis in the RC Community on care of the environment. It is hopeful to see RCers putting their minds to work on the interesting question of how to enlist other humans in the great challenge of moving modern human societies into sustainable practices.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(Pages 75 to 76)

  • Draft Program for Young People's Liberation

    Published in: Young and Powerful

  • Present Time 174, January 2014

    Present Time 174, January 2014 - Table of Contents
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014

  • Excerpts from RC Journal THE CARING PARENT

    Published in: The Caring Parent

  • Something We Can Do

    Something We Can Do, by Tim Jackins. at the West Coast Canada and United States Reference Persons’ Workshop, January 2014. So what can we do about the environment, in our still somewhat timid, ill-informed state? Probably the best thing we can do is listen. We can ask everybody for their thinking about the environment and how it’s changing, and listen.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: pages 39 to 40

  • Preparing to Play a Key Role in Transforming Society

    Preparing to Play a Key Role in Transforming Society, by Irene Shen, Jenny Sazama, Eric Braxton, Diane Shisk. From the earliest days of Re-evaluation Counseling, RCers have worked toward transforming society along with transforming people. Through our experience in the RC Communities and in the wider world, we have come to understand that no individual can be free of distress unless we transform society into a rational one.
    Published in: Present Time 191, April 2018, Wide World Changing11

  • Perspectives from an RC Elder

    Perspectives from an RC Elder, by Anne Mackie. The following is a response from an RC elder
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: pages 34 to 35

  • Deaf and Hearing Impaired People

    Published in: Present Time 106, January 1997, (Information Coordinators: pages 87 to 90)

  • Choosing Love

    Choosing Love, by Wytske Visser.
    Published in: Sustaining All Life

  • Being Rational About "Ritual Abuse"

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • The Growth of RC -- Discussions from the 1993 World Conference

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Officiële richtlijnen voor het vertalen van de theorie en literatuur van het Herwaarderingscounselen

    Officiële richtlijnen voor het vertalen van de theorie en literatuur van het Herwaarderingscounselen: De theorie van het Herwaarderingscounselen is op zichzelf een belangrijke ondersteuning bij onze wederopbloei. Als we de principes van de theorie goed integreren in ons denken, zijn we beter in staat om met succes te handelen, zowel binnen als buiten het counselen.
    Published in: Dutch

  • Applying What We Know About Human Beings in Our Teaching and Leading

    Applying What We Know About Human Beings in Our Teaching and Leading, by Nicky Gonzalez Yuen. I've been thinking a lot lately about how we can most effectively teach the information we have in the RC Communities and thereby train powerful leaders.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 40 to 41

  • Reviewing the Dismal Side of Men's Lives

    Reviewing the Dismal Side of Men's Lives, by Hidetake Ishimaru (Abno).
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(page 27)

  • Men and "Rage"

    Men and "Rage", Chris Austill. What Chris has learned in counseling men on rage.
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Counseling PracticePage 12-13

  • Supporting and Cherishing Each Other

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Comment débuter "la Réévaluation par la Co-écoute"

    Published in: French

  • Re-evaluation Counseling Videocassettes and DVDs

    Re-evaluation Counseling Videocassettes and DVDs
    Published in: Present Time, Back Pages: pages 107 to 110

  • Following the Lead of Indigenous People

    Following the Lead of Indigenous People, by Marcie Rendon. I have been thinking about This Changes Everything.1 In the book, Naomi Klein says that “Indigenous land and treaty rights have proved a major barrier for the extractive industries in many of the key Blockadia2 struggles.”
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing15

  • It's a Choice Now

    It's a Choice Now, by "Fox Mulder." I want to write about my experiences with the Gay policy, now that it's been over a year and a half since you restated it. I have been counseling and discharging successfully all along, but I'd like to go back to the start and tell you how things were, before I had access to counseling and before I knew about the policy.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (Front Section: pages 7 to 9)

  • Experienced Leader Becomes New Editor

    Experienced Leader Becomes New Editor, by Susal Stebbins. I want you to know that I have taken on the job of editor of the Wide World Changing journal, that I am beginning to work on the next edition, and I want you all along on this amazing adventure!
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Wide World Changing: page 14

  • Nationalism, Patriotism, National Pride, and National Liberation

    Nationalism, Patriotism, National Pride, and National Liberation, by Harvey Jackins. It is time to begin to think about nationalism. Nationalism patterns have played a role in certain recent attempts to disrupt the Community. They will also require handling for any future rational society to come into being.
    Published in: A Better World, A Better World: pages 29 to 53

  • Joanne Bray—International Liberation Reference Person for Catholics

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Catholics

    Catholics, by Joanne Bray. Two thousand years ago, a courageous Jewish peasant living in a brutally occupied land led a people’s liberation movement seeking a universal (“catholic”) embrace of humanity. The Roman Empire saw his principled, pro-human stands as a threat and executed him for treason.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, Liberation

  • You Can Start Your Own World Community

    You Can Start Your Own World Community, by Harvey Jackins, Rest of Our Lives, page 531. Instructions for how to build your own world community.
    Published in: Rest of Our Lives

  • תרגומים לעברית

    תרגומים לעברית, Translations into Hebrew
    Published in: Hebrew

  • Marsha Saxton—International Liberation Reference Person for People with Disabilities

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Building an RC Community with People of Color at the Center

    Building an RC Community with People of Color at the Center by Alysia Tate
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Present Tense - Teaching - People New to RC

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Catholic Women and the Policy

    Published in: Sisters 12

  • From the Editor

    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997

  • How to Start Family Work

    How to Start Family Work, by Patty Wipfler. Starting family work in a Co-Counseling Community involves a number of related kinds of counseling work and skills. First of all, people leading family work have to be very firmly grounded in Co-Counseling policies and practice. They have to have fully internalized the theory.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 7 to 32

  • Climate Change and RC

    Climate Change and RC, by Tim Jackins and Diane Shisk. I’m trying to think about what else we can do to engage more Co-Counselors on the issue of climate change. Everywhere I lead on the topic, when I give a picture of the actual state of things, many RCers are shocked that we are in such a bad situation.
    Published in: Present Time, April 2017, Wide World Changing05

  • A Learning Experience for West Europeans

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Language Liberation, and Individual Re-emergence

    Language Liberation, and Individual Re-emergence, by Xabi Odriozola. Present Time No.170, pages 35-38. There will come a time when you will need to express yourself in front of people who are different from you but who like you because they have been told about you or have been influenced by your modeling of a logical human and by how you use RC. Very likely you will need to be familiar with some words in languages you do not yet know.
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Liberation

  • People Targeted for Destruction

    People Targeted for Destruction by Veronica LaCrue
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpages 6972

  • Avoiding National Structures

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • UER Activities in Europe

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Using RC in My Work as a Performance Artist

    Using RC in My Work as a Performance Artist, by Dan Kwong. I've worked as a solo performance artist for twenty-four years. I use personal stories to talk about liberation issues. A lot of my performances have to do with shedding light on identity issues, especially internalized oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(page 83)

  • Native Liberation, Colonization, and Genocide

    Native Liberation, Colonization, and Genocide, by Teresa Enrico. Present Time 159, page 27 to 28. I think of colonization as the taking over and the taking of a people—their land, their culture, their language, and all of the other resources they have, including the people themselves (attempting to get their minds)—and ultimately the “genociding” of the people if they get in the way of the conquest.
    Published in: Present Time 159, April 2010, Liberationpages 27 to 28

  • Additional Reports On "Reality Agreement" Counseling

    Published in: Present Time 95, April 1994

  • Resources for UER

    UER resources: Working Together to End Racism, new t-shirt
    Published in: Present Time

  • "Special Time"

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Building Indigenous RC in Australia

    Building Indigenous RC in Australia, Rie Shiriashi. Marcie was subsequently invited to return to Australia to help with allies-to-Indigenous-people work. We needed her knowledge about working on oppressor patterns and healing the hurts of colonialism.
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Counseling Practice03

  • A Letter to Joanne Bray, RC International Liberation Reference Person for Catholics

    A Letter to Joanne Bray, RC International Liberation Reference Person for Catholics, by Maggie Washa. Off and on I have been doing a lot of thinking about being Catholic or raised-Catholic. It has become clear to me that my liberation is from the Catholic Church forever.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(pages 30 to 31)

  • Tackling Family Relationships

    Tackling Family Relationships, Matthias Wentzlaff-Eggbert. Running a support group at a family visit.
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Counseling Practicepage 15

  • The Rational Needs of Human Beings

    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • The Rational Needs of Human Beings

    The Rational Needs of Human Beings, by Harvey Jackins. There is a great deal we don't know about rational relationships between humans as yet because the phenomenon of human irrationality has interfered with and obscured this area.
    Published in: RC Theory

  • Young Peoples Oppression and Goal Two

    Young Peoples Oppression and Goal Two, by Jessica Whitehead. I think the next several years will be a crucial time for young people and Co-Counseling. Young people have the opportunity to play a bigger role in the RC Communities than ever before, especially in light of World Conference Goal Number Two: making RC more accessible to young people.
    Published in: Present Time 129, October 2002, LiberationPage 63

  • A New Requirement for RC Teachers

    A New Requirement for RC Teachers, by Tim Jackins. From a talk by Tim Jackins at the Women and Men Leaders’ Workshop, led by Diane Balser and Tim Jackins, in Washington, D.C., USA, October 2017. We had our World Conference not so long ago. One thing we always do at World Conferences is modify the Guidelines for the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities. We do this for several reasons: to correct past mistakes, to clarify our intentions, to demonstrate our progress, and to respond to changing conditions in society.
    Published in: Present Time 191, April 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:55

  • Another Look at Relationships

    Another Look at Relationships, by Tim Jackins. What is rational to expect from our relationships?
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Counseling Practice(pages 3 to 4)

  • "Away From Distress" Doesn't Mean Repressing Discharge

    "Away From Distress" Doesn't Mean Repressing Discharge, by Sue Lemon. Letter to Harvey with his response.
    Published in: Present Time 62, January 1986

  • Relationships

    Relationships, by Tim Jackins. We have a powerful and useful theory in Re-evaluation Counseling. Using RC well and building RC Communities depend on relationships. We need to work on our upsets.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practicepage 3 to 5

  • Organizing a Re-evaluation Counseling Workshop

    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • Present Time No. 94 January 1994

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • My Experience as a Hearing-Impaired Person

    My Experience as a Hearing-Impaired Person, by Chris O'Mahony. I want to add some of my thoughts to the discussion about the use of interpreters and personal assistants at workshops.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: pages 64 to 65

  • Teaching RC on a College Campus

    Teaching RC on a College Campus ; (Part Two) By Phyllis Bronstein
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:38

  • An Adult Male Workshop in Nigeria

    An Adult Male Workshop in Nigeria by multiple
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:46

  • Ending Racism Toward Asians

    Ending Racism Toward Asians, by Cheng Imm Tan. I am seeing more clearly the racism directed at Asians in the United States, and how Asians internalize it.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpages 58-60

  • Capitalism

    Capitalism, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 166, January 2012. Many of us are not simply opposed to capitalism continuing forever. Rather, we are against the exploitation of anyone by anybody, by any system. The system we have exploits people, so we’re opposed to it.
    Published in: Present Time 166, January 2012, Wide World Changing: pages 67-68.

  • Disabled People and Working-Class Liberation

    Disabled People and Working-Class Liberation, by Marsha Saxton. Your question is “What would working-class liberation for all people look like if it were led by your people?” I like your (and Harvey’s) challenge to explore working-class liberation by our constituencies. But I suggest that the frame of your question may be too limiting to get some of us started. I need to just begin to explore the issues.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: pages 44 to 45

  • The Continuum of Parent Leadership

    The Continuum of Parent Leadership, by Patty Wipfler. Present Time 148, page 37to 39. Parenting is first and foremost a long-term commitment to nurture at least one young person through his or her formative and vulnerable early years. It’s both an intimate relationship and a job we parents pour our energy into for decades.
    Published in: Present Time 148, July 2007, Liberation(pages 37 to 39)

  • More About Commitments

    More About Commitments, by Kathy Dancingsun. Present Time No. 34, p33. I want to share with you how my commitment is coming along - it was to give up the hopelessness, with implications being that I would commit myself to accepting that RC theory also applies to me; to ending Jewish oppression; and to finishing my Ph.D.
    Published in: Present Time 34, January 1979

  • An Invitation to Fathers

    An Invitation to Fathers
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberation83

  • A Secure and Sustainable Future for All

    A Secure and Sustainable Future for All, by Dan Nickerson. Seán Ruth, the International Liberation Reference Person for Middle-Class People, has challenged the middle class to give up its fears around “comfort and security.”
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changing(page 82)

  • A Catholic Liberation Workshop in The Netherlands

    A Catholic Liberation Workshop in The Netherlands, by Rini Pijnenburg.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 59

  • A Page or Two in the Life of a Scientist

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • How Do We Change the World?

    How Do We Change the World?, Tim Jackins. At the World Conference 
of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities, August 2017
. We start with our minds. We work to remove the distress recordings that have made it difficult for us to see the world clearly and interact rationally. We want every mind free of the impediment of old distress.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, No Section03

  • The First Palestinian Workshop for Healing the Hurts of Racism

    The First Palestinian Workshop for Healing the Hurts of Racism, Noha Hijab. Workshop on eliminating racism for Palestinian and White Ashkenazi Israeli Co-Counselors
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Teaching, Leading, Community Building Page 70

  • RC Theory

    Published in: RC Theory

  • Disability Assistance at Workshops

    Disability Assistance at Workshops, by Marsha Saxton. Present Time 167, pages 33-40. Many people with the need for disability and health-related assistance attend RC weekend workshops.
    Published in: Present Time 167, April 2012, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 33-40

  • Bringing in Our Closest People

    Bringing in Our Closest People by Sharon Peters. RC Teacher 29, Page 95.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Fundamentals Class Outline #3

    Published in: Teaching -

  • New UER t-shirt

    UER t-shirt ad
    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Starting Re-emergence "at Home"

    Starting Re-emergence "at Home", by Cynthia (Bird) Johnson. I wanted to write to you and tell you what I've been up to because I am feeling proud these days. I am so persistent about sharing RC and making my world around me better bit by bit.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 14 to 15

  • Asia and Me?

    Asia and Me?, by Molnar Gabriella. Noraini Kassim of Malaysia, Li Mei Ge of China, and Subbarra-man of India were the first Asian RCers I ever met. In fact they were the first Asian people I ever met, since there were no Asian communities in my country.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(pages 23 to 24)

  • No Attacks Within RC!

    No Attacks Within RC! by Tim Jackins. Throughout the years of RC, every so often, there have been attacks on the leadership of the Community. These attacks have taken various forms.
    Published in: Present Time 81, October 1990

  • The Baobab Area—for People of Color

    The Baobab Area—for People of Color. RC Teacher 29, page 26.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Going Forward Together

    Going Forward Together From a talk by Tim Jackins at the World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities, August 2017. We have accomplished admirable things. We have fought our way out of distress a long, long way. We have a good picture of reality, and we could function successfully on it for the rest of our lives. Our abilities to be aware of each other and the world are unparalleled. And yet we know there’s much more to do.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Counseling Practice03

  • Continuing Speculation About Rational Sexuality

    Continuing Speculation About Rational Sexuality, by anon. Collection of responses to Harvey's article.
    Published in: Present Time 89, October 1992

  • Taking Stock of Ourselves

    Taking Stock of Ourselves, by Harvey Jackins. Any time there is communication between the writer of words and the reader of words, we both play an active role within a larger reality of which we are, at least somewhat, aware.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: Lead Article: pages 3 to 4

  • Do You Have a Middle-Class Client?

    Do You Have a Middle-Class Client?, by Jean Fisher. Middle-class patterns develop in response to the hurts of the class system. Remember that chronic patterns look to those of us inside them as the normal state of being.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(page 37)

  • Excerpts From the RC Journal OUR ASIAN INHERITANCE

    Published in: Our Asian Inheritance

  • What Has Been Your Experience of Being a Catholic?

    What Has Been Your Experience of Being a Catholic? by Ellie Tetterton Hidalgo. This is an invitation to all Catholics (raised, practicing, and former) in Co-Counseling to write for a new Catholic journal which we are planning to start. Help us get a more complete picture of who we are as Catholics and what our particular strengths and struggles look like.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Liberation(page 17)

  • Contents Spanish Translations

    Translations into Español (Translations into Spanish)
    Published in: Spanish

  • Thinking About Thinking

    Thinking About Thinking, by Harvey Jackins, Present Time No.40, pp33-42. The actual practice of Re-evaluation Counseling tends to open up new and valuable viewpoints on many subjects.The main factor obscuring reality for us has been the accumulation of distress patterns, so it is not surprising that participation in undoing distress patterns allows some valuable glimpses into the thinking process.
    Published in: Present Time 40, July 1980

  • F.3. Reaching Decision

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • A Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan

    A Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan. The following is a draft of a Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan, written by a group of young and young adult leaders. It is to go along with the new goal about young people and young adults adopted at the 2017 World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Liberation48

  • Complete Re-emergence?

    Complete Re-emergence by, Margaret Pevec and Harvey Jackins. I'd like to share some confusion about the RC idea of "complete re-emergence." Actually, what you keep re-stating in your letter is based on the fact that anything in the past cannot be changed, that is, that if complete re-emergence were possible it would already have happened in the past, and this is not true. The past is completely determined, but the moment of present time divides it from the future sharply and clearly.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 82 to 83)

  • From Early Workshops: Harvey Talking and Answering Questions About Basic RC Theory

    From Early Workshops:Harvey Talking and Answering Questions About Basic RC Theory, Harvey Jackins.
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Counseling Practice(pg 3)

  • Teens, Drugs, Oppression, and Setting Limits - (Eleven Articles)

    The following eleven articles are from a discussion on the RC e-mail discussion list for leaders of parents. Teens, Drugs, Oppression, and Setting Limits, by "Jane Roe" Some Thoughts about Teens and Drugs, by Marya Axner "Almost No Room to Be Themselves", by Anonymous Continuing to Discharge, by Anonymous "Our Strange and Surprising Agreement", by Anonymous What I've Learned about Young People and Drugs, by Fredrik Eklof "Every Issue I Have with Him Is My Issue", by Anonymous An RC Class on Alcohol, by Marcie Rendon Younger People as Allies?, by Anonymous My Experience, and Some Useful Questions, by "Alice" We Can Figure This Out Together, by Marya Axner
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Counseling Practicepages 23 to 35

  • A Look Back: International Black Men's Liberation Work

    A Look Back: International Black Men's Liberation Work, by Rudy Nickens. Black Re-emergence No. 11, pages 9-11. Participation by Black men in the International Re-evaluation Counseling Communities continues to make progress. A key to the growth and development of black men in RC is the consistency of opportunities for us to meet, think, strategize, and discharge about our lives.
    Published in: Black Re-emergence 11

  • A Wonderful Women's Group in Greece

    A Wonderful Women's Group in Greece, by Maria Andreoulaki. In spring 2012 we invited Milena to teach a perinatal education course for doulas in Athens (Greece).
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Counseling Practice(pages 10 to 11)

  • United to End Racism at Tule Lake

    United to End Racism at Tule Lake, by Alix Mariko Webb.From 1942 to 1946, the U.S. government interned a hundred and twenty thousand U.S. residents of Japanese ancestry in ten concentration camps. Tule Lake Camp was where some of the Japanese Americans considered “most dangerous” were sent. This year we are doing the fourth United to End Racism (UER) project connected to the pilgrimage.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changing62

  • Taking Our Place: A Draft Middle-Class Liberation Policy

    Taking Our Place: A Draft Middle-Class Liberation Policy. Our True Selves No. 2, pages 5-22.
    Published in: Our True Selves 2

  • Getting and Staying Present

    Getting and Staying Present, by Janet Foner. Janet Foner expands on her longstanding “Five-Point Program for Getting Present and Staying That Way” (found in Recovery and Re-emergence No. 5, p. 36) How can we use RC to get present? Perhaps more important, how can getting present assist us to better use RC? I got involved in RC in 1973. For me, an ex-inmate, RC theory and the RC Community were a contradiction to my “mental health” history.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • Women Leading Men's Liberation

    Women Leading Men's Liberation by, Christine Marie. In March, 1996, eleven men from all over Alaska attended our Region's first annual Men's Liberation Workshop. The events leading up to that workshop, the workshop itself, and the changes and insights resulting from it make an interesting story.
    Published in: Present Time 105, October 1996, Contents(pages 3 to 9)

  • Call for a Draft Program for Rational Wide World Changing

    Call for a Draft Program for Rational Wide World Changing, by Harvey Jackins. Wide World Changing No. 2, pages 18-20.
    Published in: Wide World Changing 2

  • A Rational Theory of Sexuality

    A Rational Theory of Sexuality, by Harvey Jackins. Almost everything that any one of us has assumed to be natural or inherent in the area of our sexuality is recorded distress patterns.
    Published in: Present Time 29, October 1977, Present Time No.29: pages 65 to 71

  • Ending My Timidity About Presenting RC

    Ending My Timidity About Presenting RC, by Randi Wolfe. I've been working on an RC-based wide-world project over the past four years and I've recently begun to "go public" with it. The content of the program is straight RC, focusing as much on parents as on children.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 23 to 25

  • Next Steps

    Next Steps, by Tim Jackins. Present Time No. 126, page 20. Next steps for the work we're undertaking.
    Published in: Present Time 126, January 2002

  • The Totally Benign Reality

    The Totally Benign Reality, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time No.40, pp 3-6. So, I challenge or invite each of you to liberate humanity from its only real serious handicap, its vulnerability to irrationality, its susceptibility to the imposition of the distress pattern.
    Published in: Present Time 40, July 1980

  • Beginnings in Swaziland

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Bringing Men Into RC

    Bringing Men Into RC by Tim Jackins. RC Teacher 30, page 84. Now the question is—looking at what happens to men, and knowing that men can get here (because we did)—how can we make it more possible for guys?
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Draft Policy for Care of the Environment

    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • A New Step for the RC Communities

    A New Step for the RC Communities, by Diane Balser. The 2013 World Conference agreed to an additional requirement for being certified as an RC teacher: RC teachers are now expected to take a stand against pornography and make a commitment to discharge the related distresses. This is an important step forward for the RC Community. It can also have an impact on the larger society.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 27 to 29

  • I Want You All to be Leaders

    I Want You All to be Leaders by Tim Jackins. RC Teacher 29, page 37.We in RC know a set of powerful things. Knowing and using these things make it possible for people to have their own minds again. Our work is to get them out to everyone in the world.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Parenting as the Road to Leadership Skills

    Parenting as the Road to Leadership Skills, by Patty Wipfler. It can improve our perspective to think of ourselves as leaders of our families. Consider your situation. You, the parent, are a member of a small band of people who care about each other. You are fortunate enough to have the tools of counseling which unlock the mystery of your own irrationalities and point the way toward healing for yourself, your allies, and your children.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Contents(pages 3 to 7)

  • Possessors Of Vast Treasures

    Possessors Of Vast Treasures, by Harvey Jackins.
    Published in: Present Time 53, October 1983

  • Becoming a Womens Liberation Activist—My Story

    Becoming a Women's Liberation Activist;My Story, by young adult leader. Sisters No. 12, pages 16-21. In doing work on sexism as a young woman and young adult woman, for me what has stood out as a major hurt and confusion for our generation has been not having a wide-world women’s liberation movement actively exposing sexism and taking a stand against it.
    Published in: Sisters 12

  • Bringing Our Strengths as RCers to the Movement to Stop Climate Change

    Bringing Our Strengths as RCers to the Movement to Stop Climate Change by Diane Shisk. One of the things Harvey Jackins said that has always been important to me is that RC gives everyone the chance to have a meaningful life. All of us can use our tools to make profound changes in the lives of many individuals and, if we stretch, in our society. And now the advent of global climate change gives us an even bigger chance to make a significant impact.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Wide World Changing10

  • Helping When Someone Is Helpless

    Helping When Someone Is Helpless. This is a report on what I’ve learned: about how to be a client who is determined to discharge humiliation, and how the world looks now that I have discharged some of it.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practice21

  • Confidentiality, the Internet, and Our Pseudonym Policy

    Confidentiality, the Internet, and Our Pseudonym Policy, by Tim Jackins. Here at the 2013 World Conference, in addition to the work we do on our Guidelines and goals, we have the chance to talk about other issues.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building

  • Environmental Illness - A Proposed Policy

    Environmental Illness - A Proposed Policy, by Marsh Saxton. Well Being No.6, pages 25 to 29. People with Environmental Illness need good counseling. This will enable them to ask for assistance and accommodations without alienating others. Allies also need good counseling, so that they can think clearly about the issues, take action where appropriate, and offer effective and sometimes non-permissive counseling for people with EI.
    Published in: Journals Well-Being 6

  • Living a Life of Integrity (eight articles)

    Living a Life of Integrity, by Cherie Brown. Given that capitalism and imperialism are still operating, how do we, as Jews, live a principled life, a life of integrity, outside of upward mobility, assimilation, and racism?
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: page 37 to 42

  • Fundamentals Class Outline #4

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Jobs for Participants at RC Workshops

    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • Individual articles from back issues of PT

  • Changes in the Guidelines of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities Adopted by the 1997 World Conference

    Changes in the Guidelines of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities Adopted by the 1997 World Conference.
    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998, (Guidelines Revisions: pages 10 to 17)

  • How I Found a Good Partner, Why He's Good for Me, and What I Learned Along the Way

    How I Found a Good Partner, Why He's Good for Me, and What I Learned Along the Way, by Jennifer Helbraun Abramson. I was forty-years-old when I married for the first time two summers ago. This long-awaited event was the result of many years of discharge, goal-setting, and a long, challenging search.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 5 to 10

  • Counseling on Early Sexual Memories

    Published in: Pamphlets

  • Class Outlines for Teaching on COE

    Class Outlines for Teaching on COE, first four, by Diane Shisk
    Published in: Environment -

  • The Sunrise Center Project - 2017

    The Sunrise Center Project—2017, by Janet Foner. As of 2017, the Sunrise Center Project is alive and well. In 2003, an RC doctor and I talked about creating a center where physicians could learn that they need not prescribe psychiatric drugs and instead could use the RC process to help people.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • INTERNALIZED RACISM

    Published in: Black Reemergence 2

  • A Workshop Talk in New York

    A Workshop Talk in New York, by Sean Ruth. Our True Selves No. 2, pages 32-34.
    Published in: Our True Selves 2

  • A Successful Class — Contributing Factors

    A Successful Class—Contributing Factors by Tony Smith. RC Teacher 29, page 60. I recently received two great appreciations for my ongoing class. A workshop leader said how much easier it was for her to lead when there were participants who were well discharged. Also, someone at the workshop who was in my ongoing class thanked me for preparing them so well for the workshop.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Prioritizing Climate Change

    Why the RC Communities are Prioritizing Addressing Climate Change, by Diane Shisk and Tim Jackins. Distress recordings are the biggest obstacle to solving all of society’s problems. Therefore, because of what we know as RCers, we can play a pivotal role in solving the problems facing humanity. Climate change is one of the problems.
    Published in: Environment -

  • French Translations

    Traductions en Français (Translations into French)
    Published in: French

  • Challenging Sexism as a Catholic Female

    Published in: Present Time 156, April 2009

  • Caring Openly for Each Other

    Caring Openly for Each Other, by Tim Jackins. There are no limits to how much we can care and show that we care in any relationship, including the Co-Counseling one. There is no rational need to be distant, and yet we are still carefully distant.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section44

  • Paying Attention to People Who Haven't Been Thought About

    Paying Attention to People Who Haven't Been Thought About, by Dave Abramson. I have been wanting to write to you for some time now to discuss your ideas regarding people "targeted for destruction." First, I am really pleased that these various groups of people that you describe are becoming the focus of RC attention. I am fairly new to Co-Counseling (less than two years), and I see great potential in it for myself and others.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, People Targeted for Destruction by Society: pages 48 to 49

  • Efficient Co-Counseling

    Published in: Present Time 70, January 1988

  • E.2. Structure of the Community-Liberation

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Getting Out RC Ideas

    Getting Out RC Ideas, by Tim Jackins. Answering questions at the Re-evaluation Counseling Community Resources staff workshop, December 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: page 66

  • Mexicans Discharging on Genocide, Reclaiming Indigenous Identity

    Mexicans Discharging on Genocide, Reclaiming Indigenous Identity by Iliria Hernández Unzueta. After attending an RC workshop for Indigenous people raised in other identities, I now understand more about genocide and the distress recordings that I and other Mexican RCers have been trying to discharge.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013

  • Making Bigger Changes

    Making Bigger Changes; Tim Jackins, at the Southwest USA Teachers’ and Leaders’ Workshop, November 2015. You are the high point so far in the development of complexity in the universe. That’s you. You get up and you feel horrible every morning—and you are the best there is!
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing03

  • Raised Poor Draft Policy Statement

    Raised Poor Draft Policy Statement, by Gwen Brown
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Who Will Bring the Straws?

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Care of the Environment and Ending Racism

    Care of the Environment and Ending Racism, by Dan Iacovella. I’ve concluded that care of the environment needs to be one of my highest priorities. If we don’t stop climate change, we won’t have a functional earth to enjoy, and working on all the oppressions will become irrelevant.
    Published in: Present Time 185, October 2016, Wide World Changing

  • Effects of Co-Counseling on Learning and Teaching

    Effects of Co-Counseling on Learning and Teaching by several authors. Classroom 8, pages 69-73. Learning is naturally exciting and enjoyable.
    Published in: Classroom 8

  • Finishing an Unfinished Battle

    Finishing an Unfinished Battle, by Tim Jackins. Fighting for ourselves, resolving old hurts.
    Published in: Present Time 165, October 2011, Counseling Practice(pages 3 to 5)

  • RC vs. the Flu

    RC vs. the Flu, by Tony Switzer. "Tiny viruses have no power of their own at all. They are capable of mounting an attack on my body, but their main power comes from restimulation of past incidents in which my life was in danger or I felt my life was in danger. That is not the case currently."
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Counseling Practicepage 45

  • Approaching a Major Turning Point

    Approaching a Major Turning Point, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Present Time 53, October 1983

  • Draft Program for Native Liberation

    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • No Limits, The Liberation of Women

    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • COE Teaching Guide II

    Care of the Environment, from the Fundamentals Teaching Guide, Part II
    Published in: Ftg2 Readings -

  • Changing the World for Generations to Come

    Changing the World for Generations to Come, by Marya Axner. Excerpts from a letter that Marya Axner, the International Liberation Reference Person for Parents, recently wrote to her constituency
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Liberation(pages 5 to 51)

  • Working on the Policy about Gayness

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Non-Gay Men Working onGay Oppression and Male Domination

    Non-Gay Men Working onGay Oppression and Male Domination by "David Nijinsky". I recently met with a small group of men who are leading RC men’s workshops. The meeting was a follow-up to an article I wrote in Present Time about successfully including Gay, Bisexual, and Queer men in RC men’s work. I had already done some work with non-Gay men on this topic, and I wanted to do some more with men who were leading men.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Liberation53

  • Dreaming Big for Your Life

    Dreaming Big for Your Life
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practicepage 11

  • Discharging Chinese Internalized Oppression

    Discharging Chinese Internalized Oppression, by Francie Chew. Our Asian Inheritance No. 7, pages 58 to 60. I want to explore how Chinese internalized oppression affects our lives as Chinese living in the United States. Its original source is the oppression that came from outside or that came at our families or someone earlier in our culture.
    Published in: Our Asian Inheritance 7

  • Reviewing the Basics of Co-Counseling

    Reviewing the Basics of Co-Counseling, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 135, page 3. The basics if RC: we're good, we get hurt, when we're listened to we can show what we couldn't show, and we can more and more tell we're fine just the way we are.
    Published in: Present Time 135, April 2004

  • Determinedly Going "Public"

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • I Have To Leave Now!

    I Have to Leave Now, by Cherie Brown. Many Jewish leaders have been calling me about, taking a session on, or acting out intense feelings of needing to leave something now! It could be a relationship, the place where they live, their work or organizational commitments, or RC leadership. I often have these feelings myself. For me they are usually attached to my non-RC work. I experience them as an overwhelming feeling that what is going on[1] is unbearable and that “I have to leave now!”
    Published in: Ruah Hadashah 11

  • About RC

    Re-evaluation Counseling is a process whereby people of all ages and of all backgrounds can learn how to exchange effective help with each other in order to free themselves from the effects of past distress experiences.

  • We Get to Win

    We Get to Win; From a talk by Lorenzo Garcia, the International Liberation Reference Person for Chicanos/as, at a Latino/a workshop in New York, USA, December 2012
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Liberation:40

  • Figuring Out Fighting for Ourselves

    Figuring Out Fighting for Ourselves, by Diane Shisk. Present Time No.169, pages 3-6. Each of us needs to discharge to where we actually know we’re worth fighting for, so it’s not just a direction.
    Published in: Present Time 169, October 2012, Counseling Practice(pages 3 to 6)

  • The Importance of Harvey Jackins

    Published in: Audio files

  • Don't Pass Me that Donut: I'm Sweet Enough!

    Don't Pass Me that Donut: I'm Sweet Enough!, by Johnny Lee Lenhart. We had a great raised-poor weekend workshop last March at the Prindle Pond Conference Center in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, USA. Among the highlights: Gwen Brown (the RC International Liberation Reference Person for Raised Poor People) showed us what it meant to hang in there with our clients.•
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Counseling Practice: pages 18 to 19

  • Importance in a Young Adult Life

    Importance in a Young Adult Life, Bess Herbert. What's really important in a young adult's life
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPage 43

  • Ed Rejuney

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Harvey Page 61-62

  • Handling Restimulations About Gay Policy in Co-Counseling

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Sexism and Racism

    Sexism and Racism, by Diane Balser. The Fourth Draft Policy on Women’s Liberation is a policy for the present situation. Although it stems from our earlier policy, it reflects our current relationship to the major changes that have happened for women in the intervening twenty years. A critical part of the policy has to do with race.
    Published in: Sisters 12

  • Women and Men Moving Together Against Sexism

    Women and Men Moving Together Against Sexism, by Diane Shisk. Sisters No. 12, page 103. Steve Thompson (one of my Co-Counselors and a men’s leader) and I recently led a three-day workshop for women and men in my Region (the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi, in the South of the United States). The first two days we led separate women’s and men’s workshops. The third day everyone came together to work on being allies to one another.
    Published in: Sisters 12

  • An Introduction to the Work of United to End Racism

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • ILRP Activities on COE

    Postings by ILRPS about COE work with their constituencies.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Racism and "Mental Health" Oppression

    Racism and “Mental Health” Oppression, by various. After the 2014 “Mental Health” Leaders’ Conference a series of conference calls on racism and MHO with key PGM MHL leaders resulted in these reports about that work.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • Översättningar som efterlyses

    Translations into Swedish
    Published in: Swedish

  • A Good Visit Home to Bharat

    A Good Visit Home to Bharat, by Sharad Kelkar. We were able to appreciate the deep love we have for each other and accept that each one of us is different and needs to lead his/her own life. We were able to understand that we don't hurt each other intentionally and that when we feel hurt by the actions of others, we need to look within and search for older patterns being restimulated. It is not hopeless
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 58

  • Basic Understandings from the Work on Women’s Liberation

    Basic Understandings from the Work on Women’s Liberation, by Diane Balser. Since the RC Contemporary Women’s Issues Workshop in the United States in June 2012, we have put together some of the basic understandings that have come from the work done thus far on women freeing themselves from sexism and male domination.
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Liberation: pages 45 to 47

  • Care of the Environment and Indigenous Liberation Intertwined

    Care of the Environment and Indigenous Liberation Intertwined, by Alison Ehara-Brown. I have been involved for some time now with the Idle No More solidarity movement here in northern California (USA).
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changing(pages 69 to 70)

  • Giving Up Leadership and Starting Over

    Giving Up Leadership and Starting Over, by Ellie Putnam. I thought I'd update you on my activities since I moved to the Pacific Northwest, almost a year and a half ago. It's been good and hard and definitely re-emergent.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: page 82)

  • Marked Tree, Arkansas

    Marked Tree, Arkansas, Dorothy Marcy. A RC workshop in Marked Tree, Arkansas
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building Page 67

  • We Can Eliminate Poverty and Save Our Beautiful World

    We Can Eliminate Poverty and Save Our Beautiful World, by Gwen Brown. Most of the world’s people are poor, and poverty interferes with and diminishes poor people’s lives. For that reason alone, we should all be interested in the elimination of poverty.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changingpage 69

  • The Impact of Play

    The Impact of Play by Sharon Wolf
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Being an Ally

    Being an Ally, by Harvey Jackins, The Kind, Friendly Universe, p. 185. For any group to progress in its liberation from oppression it is necessary that it (1) formulate a correct, workable, program of liberation, (2) unite its members around that program, and (3) win allies for the group’s liberation among individuals and organizations who are outside the group itself.
    Published in: Kind, Friendly Universe

  • The Intelligence, Strength, Endurance, Goodness,  and Significance of Working-Class People Everywhere

    The Intelligence, Strength, Endurance, Goodness,  and Significance of Working-Class People Everywhere, by Dan Nickerson. This article is about the importance of the Working-Class Commitment. I think the Commitment is one of the most important pieces ever written for working-class people. Harvey Jackins* first used it in counseling me in about 1984. I assume he created it.
    Published in: Working for a Living 8

  • “Our Liberation Is Intertwined”

    “Our Liberation Is Intertwined” by multiple
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberation81

  • German Translations

    Übersetzungen ins Deutsche, Translations into German
    Published in: German

  • Frisian Liberation

    Frisian Liberation, by Wytske Visser. In July 2016, Marcie Rendon, the International Liberation Reference Person for Native Americans, came to Fryslân to lead a workshop on Frisian liberation. Ten of us worked on our history, language, oppression and internalized oppression, survival, assimilation, and more.
    Published in: Present Time 186, January 2017, Liberation50

  • An Israeli RCer in New Zealand

    An Israeli RCer in New Zealand, Varda. Letter about Harvey
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, (From the Mail Page 84)

  • Big, Difficult, and Terrifying, But Still "Just Feelings"

    Big, Difficult, and Terrifying, But Still "Just Feelings", Anne Marie Piche. Relaxed and caring listening for getting off psychiatric drugs.
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Counseling PracticePage 14

  • Connection

    Connection, by Tim Jackins. We start out looking for a deep personal connection with others. The absence of this connection leaves us feeling alone until we discharge it.
    Published in: Present Time 134, January 2004, Counseling Practice(pages 3 to 5)

  • Hope, Connection, and Support-My African Methodist Episcopal Heritage

    Hope, Connection, and Support-My African Methodist Eposcopal Heritage, by Marion Ouphouet. Recently, after a Co-Counselor asked me specific questions about my religious beliefs and they seemed difficult to put into words, I decided to actively counsel on my Christian upbringing. The beginning for me was to claim my religious heritage, of which I am proud, and be publicly pleased and acknowledging of it.
    Published in: Present Time 137, October 2004, Liberation(pages 39 to 40)

  • On Being the Counselor

    On Being the Counselor, by Tim Jackins. Present Time No. 123, page 7. Feeling good about yourself, being close, and discharging yourself.
    Published in: Present Time 123, April 2001

  • Real Power Lies in the Ability to Discharge

    Real Power Lies in the Ability to Discharge, by Frank van den Heuvel. I have noticed that people are uneasy around her deep discharge. In summary, we are afraid to notice, feel, and discharge how bad we feel and how bad we feel about ourselves.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Counseling Practice(page 7)

  • The Reclaiming of Power

    The Reclaiming of Power, by Harvey Jackins. The overall reality of the world situation in which we live and function, if we face it clearly, calls urgently for at least some, and eventually, all human beings to not only recover their intelligence but to reclaim their power also.
    Published in: Present Time 52, July 1983, Present Time No.52: pages 3 to 7

  • This Year’s Pilgrimage

    This Year’s Pilgrimage, by Jan yoshiwara, Loise yoshishige, Sue Yoshiwara, Mike Ishii, Betsy Hasegawa, Karen Young, Mary Ruth Gross, Aliz Mariko Webb.Here a few reflections on this year’s Tule Lake Pilgrimage, from the 2014 United to End Racism (UER) team.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changing65

  • The Chronic Patterns of Classism

    The Chronic Patterns of Classism, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time 87, page 32. The fundamental oppression in our society is the economic exploitation by the society of the people who work, for the supposed benefit of the people who own the means of production.
    Published in: Present Time 87, April 1992

  • Overcoming Early Defeats and Discouragements

    Overcoming Early Defeats and Discouragements, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 162, page 3.
    Published in: Present Time 162, January 2011

  • Why We Have Goals

    Why We Have Goals, by Tim Jackins.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community, Building

  • Informe del Taller Regional para Instructores, Ayudantes y Líderesdel Estado Español

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Intelligent Care of the Environment

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Parents of Teenagers and Policy

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Human as "Artist"

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Reclaiming of Power

    Published in: The Reclaiming of Power

  • Elders’ Liberation Is for Everyone

    Elders’ Liberation Is for Everyone by Pam Geyer. Elders’ oppression is systemic in our cultures. It’s true that in some cultures elders are respected. However, the oppression is still there; it just shows itself differently.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpage 73

  • Teaching at Many Levels

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Pushing for Change

    Pushing for Change from a talk by Tim Jackins at the Actively Getting RC into the World Workshop, in California, USA, March 2018. The following is my analysis of the present situation: Our increasing and spreading rationality as RCers, even if we accelerate it, is not alone going to be sufficient to stop the destruction of the environment. The rates of change are too disparate. The destruction is happening fast, and undoing decades of accumulated distress is not a fast process. It isn’t that we’ve failed; it’s just not a fast process.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Wide World Changing03

  • Marilyn Robb—International Commonality Reference Person for Educational Change

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Re-evaluation Counseling

    Brief description of RC from back cover of Present Time.
    Published in: Present Time, Back Coverpage 128

  • The Class Nature of War

    The Class Nature of War, by Harvey Jackins. I want to add some perspective to our discussions and discharge about the Second World War. I’m very pleased that the German RCers here began to face their own history and terrors and discharge their hurts, including their guilts.
    Published in: Present Time, April 2017, Wide World Changing28

  • Adding Co-Counseling to Existing Relationships

    Adding Co-Counseling to Existing Relationships, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 122, p. 38. Things to think about when teaching friends RC.
    Published in: Present Time 122, January 2001

  • A Workshop for Women in Their Forties

    A Workshop for Women in Their Forties. by Jenny Sazama. we talked about how much we had done and what substantial women we had become.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberationpage 56

  • Greetings from Éire!

    Greetings from Éire! by A-. My name is A-, and I am a young person of sixteen. So much is happening right now in my life.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: page 53

  • “I Just Organized My First Workshop”

    “I Just Organized My First Workshop”, by Nneka Inniss. My experience in organizing this workshop opened my mind to the possibility that other people’s struggles to connect with me may not have anything to do with me at all. While oppressive things do occur in the present, the moments when I feel oppressed are usually when I take other people’s distress personally.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:73

  • Reaching a Great Insight in the Middle of a Tough Life

    Reaching a Great Insight in the Middle of a Tough Life, by Joyce Terwilliger. The following is excerpted from one of his recent letters to me. No matter how messed up life is in here, it's still life, and I'll cherish every moment of it, whether good or bad.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (People Targeted for Destruction: page 71)

  • Stepping Outside of Both Ends of an Oppressor Pattern

    Stepping Outside of Both Ends of an Oppressor Pattern, Nancy Wygant. Humility and arrogance are opposite ends of the same pattern
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPage 50

  • You Have to Make Up Your Mind

    You Have to Make Up Your Mind, by Tim Jackins. Because of the lack of understanding of who young people are at the beginning of their lives, we all end up plotting our own course.
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Counseling Practice: pages 15 to 16

  • Pam Roby—International Liberation Reference Person for College and University Faculty

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • "Attention Away from Distress" on a Marathon Scale

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Men and Health

    Men and Health, by Tim Jackins. Part of male conditioning in our society is being expected to absorb physical damage and be quiet about it. We men work ourselves to death, wear ourselves out, and take a sort of reactive pride in being able to work past any sensible limit.
    Published in: Journals Well-Being 6

  • All Women Are Beautiful

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Nederlandse vertalingen

    Vertalingen in het Nederlands/Translations into Dutch
    Published in: Dutch

  • Revisiting My Childhood

    Revisiting My Childhood by Alfred Oryem. My name is Alfred Oryem. I am a grown-up now. But serious hurts happened to me during my childhood—hurts that almost altered my destiny. They became part of my life, and consciously or not I learned to accept them as a norm in society.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Counseling Practice23

  • A Draft Policy for Hindu Liberation

    A Draft Policy for Hindu Liberation by Multiple. The following draft policy statement for Hindu liberation was written by Hindu-heritage Co-Counselors with support from Azi Khalili, the International Liberation Reference Person for South, Central, and West Asian-Heritage People.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Liberation39

  • Emily Feinstein—International Liberation Reference Person for Visual Artists

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Смерть и умирание

    Death and Dying, Life and Living, Смерть и умирание, Жизнь и проживание, by Joan Karp. Для начала, я бы хотела заметить, что у всех у нас много общего – мы все живы. Это будет отличной целью для нас всех, хотя бы раз в день переставать быть занятыми жизнью и замечать, что мы живы. Это всегда сложно – уделять внимание тому, насколько это примечательно, помимо случаев с особыми обстоятельствами. Это было бы здорово.
    Published in: Russian, Counseling Practice

  • Guide pour les Communautés de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute Adopté par la Conférence Mondiale 2013

    Guide pour les Communautés de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute Adopté par la Conférence Mondiale des 7-11 Août 2013 Storrs, Connecticut, USA
    Published in: French

  • T-shirts and Hankie

    Ad for t-shirts and hankie
    Published in: Present Time

  • Clear and Explicit Leadership

    Clear and Explicit Leadership by, Eric Lessinger. RC is explicitly not a political action organization, but it is most useful in encouraging people to think and act on important political questions. This organization has continued to thrive and grow over the last twenty-five years, while many others I've been part of have fallen by the wayside.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the mail: page 76)

  • Facing and Organizing to End Classism and Class Oppression

    Facing and Organizing to End Classism and Class Oppression, by Sean Ruth. I’ve been thinking about three different processes that we sometimes confuse with one another: class oppression, classism, and internalised oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Liberation(pages 48 to 49)

  • Opening of the 1997 World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities

    Opening of the 1997 World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities, by Harvey Jackins. There are 142 delegates present at this World Conference. We have here a good sampling of the thinking that has been going on in the ninety-three countries in which there are RC activities.
    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998, (World Conference pages 5 to 6)

  • Preparing for the Transformation of Society

    Preparing for the Transformation of Society, by Tim Jackins. The economic system is collapsing. The fact that this is coming out in the open is just fine.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Wide World Changing: pages 73 to 74

  • Such a Good Model

    Such a Good Model, by Laura Boytz. Last summer I attended your Creativity Workshop at Walker Creek Ranch in Northern California, USA. Of all the RC workshops I've attended, that one had the greatest impact on my life.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 81

  • Toward Liberation Through Connection

    Toward Liberation Through Connection, A transcription by Nancy Wygant of a class led by Xabi Odriozola. The more connected we are, the less we accept oppression and the harder it is for us to be manipulated into oppressing others.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(pages 25 to 26)

  • Allies to Large Women

    Published in: Present Time 144, July 2006

  • Looking Forward to the European Social Forum

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Working on Commitment

    Working on Commitment, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time No. 34, p30. The use in counseling of making an important commitment seems so far to be very effective and powerful, only in part because of the commitment itself, but even more so because of the opportunities it affords for effective counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 34, January 1979, Counseling Practice

  • The Minute of Silence

    The Minute of Silence is a Minute of Liberation and Revolution, by Xabi Odriozola
    Published in: Translations

  • Menselijk contact - en seks

    Menselijk contact en seks door Tim Jackins. Een beschrijving van het werk aan seks, geslacht en menselijk contact. Vertaald door Bas Hurkmans en Frank van den Heuvel.
    Published in: Dutch

  • Pam Geyer— International Liberation Reference Person for Elders

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Commitment

    Commitment, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time 31, page 34. The use of commitments in RC.
    Published in: Present Time 31, April 1978, Counseling Practice

  • Thoughts in Support of the Draft Policy on Care of the Environment

    Thoughts in Support of the Draft Policy on Care of the Environment, by Wytske Visser and others. The following are some thoughts, from the committee that wrote the draft policy, in support of the new Draft Policy on Care of the Environment.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Family Work Structures

    Published in: The Caring Parent

  • Countering a Child’s Fears with Physical Play

    Countering a Child’s Fears with Physical Play, by Patty Wipfler. Physical play is one of the most powerful tools you have in countering a child’s fears.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practicepages 27 to 30

  • Discharging Colonial Oppressor Distresses

    Discharging Colonial Oppressor Distresses, by Caroline New. Before a middle-class workshop here in Bristol (England), I led a couple of gatherings on discharging anti-Irish oppressor material.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberation: pages 41 to 42

  • More about the White Ashkenazi Jews Eliminating Racism Workshop

    More About the White Ashkenazi Jews Eliminating Racism Workshop, by Cherie Brown and others. The Workshop offered a huge contradiction to isolation and urgency.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberation: page 47 to 48

  • Reaching for Women and Men

    Reaching for Women and Men, by Tim Jackins. I’ve talked about how sexism makes you feel bad about yourselves. That comes in from the outside. It’s not your creation.
    Published in: Present Time 136, July 2004, Liberation(pages 31 to 32)

  • Shabbat

    Shabbat, by Tim Jackins. Tonight we are going to celebrate Shabbat. It is a Jewish tradition that happens every week.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Teaching(page 65)

  • The Need for a "Care Movement"

    The Need for a "Care Movement", E--. We need a broad-based "care movement"
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Wide World Changing(Page 75)

  • Death and Dying, Life and Living

    Death and Dying, Life and Living, by Joan Karp. Often, people who have lost a loved one never recover from the loss, never think it is possible to recover from such a loss. However, with enough discharge you can recover and flourish after the deaths of loved ones.
    Published in: Present Time 137, October 2004, Counseling Practice

  • Parents’ Leadership and Liberation

    Parents’ Leadership and Liberation, by Patty Wipfler. Present Time 125, page 53. The leadership parents do at home is important, revolutionary, life-changing leadership. Without this work, human beings will not be in shape to change other things in society.
    Published in: Present Time 125, October 2001

  • Böcker & häften på svenska

    Published in: Swedish

  • MITEN ALOITTAA "UUDELLEEN-ARVOTTAVA PARI-KESKUSTELU"

    Published in: Finnish

  • The Effective Use of Literature

    The power of our literature and encouraging the full use of it. By Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Start Over Every Morning

  • Helping My Dad Discharge Oppressive Attitudes

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Climb Through the Fear

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Acting From a "Moment of Clarity"

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994


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