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Barrett, B., Marchand, L., Scheder, J., Plane, M. B., Maberry, R. Appelbaum, D., Rakel, D., & Rabago, D. (2003). Themes of holism, empowerment, access, and legitimacy define complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine in relation to conventional biomedicine. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 9(6), 937-947.
Bidwell, D. R. (1999). Ken Wilber's transpersonal psychology: An introduction and preliminary critique. Pastoral Psychology, 48(2), 81-90.
Cain, D. J. (2002). Defining characteristics, history, and evolution of humanistic psychotherapies. In D. J. Cain (Ed.), Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice (pp. 3-54). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Grof, S. (1996). Ken Wilber's spectrum psychology. ReVision, 19(1), 11-24.
Holden, J. M. (2004). Integral psychology: My spiritually based guiding metatheory of counseling. Counseling and Values, 48, 204-223.
Wilber, K. (1996). A more integral approach. ReVision, 19(2), 10-34.
Wright, P. A. (1995). Bringing women's voices to transpersonal theory. ReVision, 17(3), 3-10.
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