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González, Anabel

Overview
Works: 45 works in 51 publications in 3 languages and 189 library holdings
Roles: Author, Photographer
Classifications: HQ1692, 305.420946
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Anabel González
El feminismo en España hoy : apéndices, bibliografía completa y documentos by Anabel González( Book )

2 editions published in 1979 in Spanish and held by 66 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Trastorno de identidad disociativo o personalidad multiple by Anabel González( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in Spanish and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En los últimos años se ha puesto en evidencia la acusada frecuencia con que se presentan los cuadros de trastorno de identidad disociativo o trastorno de personalidad múltiple, que normalmente vienen acompañados de muy diversos síntomas y con muy distintos aspectos. También se ha mostrado en numerosas investigaciones que esta sintomatología correlaciona con antecedentes traumáticos graves, tempranos y generalmente vinculados a disfunciones de apego con los cuidadores primarios o traumatización intrafamiliar severa. En este libro se recorre la historia del trastorno, se ayuda al lector a entender la sintomatología disociativa, a aprender a detectarla y a comprender cómo se genera a partir de las experiencias vitales adversas. También se ilustra a partir de varios casos la exploración y el tratamiento de estos cuadros
Reseña: Métodos de identificación de cepas productoras de ácido láctico aisladas a partir de matrices alimentarias by Tatiana Beldarraín( )

2 editions published in 2011 in Spanish and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

EMDR e dissociazione: l'approccio progressivo by Anabel González( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in Italian and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Utilizzare la terapia EMDR solo per la rielaborazione dei traumi rappresenta l'approccio tradizionale ed è un intervento potente, ma l'EMDR ha molto di più da offrire. Questo libro si propone di espandere l'applicazione delle procedure EMDR evitando di ridurne l'applicazione solo a situazioni cliniche con pazienti in grado di installare il posto sicuro, di mettere in campo le proprie risorse e che hanno una buona regolazione emozionale e un sufficiente sostegno sociale. L'approccio progressivo descritto da Anabel González e Dolores Mosquera offre strumenti operativi per utilizzare l'EMDR anche con pazienti dissociativi, con aspetti traumatici complessi e che non sono in possesso dei requisiti precedentemente elencati. (editore)
EMDR e disturbo borderline di personalità by Dolores Mosquera( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in Italian and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

EMDR e Disturbo Borderline di Personalità è un volume di grande utilità pratica non solo per i terapeuti con una formazione nel metodo EMDR, ma anche per coloro che lavorano in genere con i disturbi borderline. I pazienti con Disturbo Borderline di Personalità (DBP) costituiscono una popolazione estremamente complessa da trattare. Le sfide che i clinici devono affrontare quando lavorano con tali pazienti sono numerose e il percorso terapeutico può risultare tortuoso, incerto e faticoso. La vasta esperienza clinica delle autrici nel campo del DBP le ha portate a sperimentare in prima persona un gran numero di difficoltà, ma è proprio grazie ad esse che sono arrivate a strutturare un intervento, basato su una profonda conoscenza della metodologia EMDR, come quello descritto nel volume. Gli esempi clinici accompagnati da illustrazioni sono molto utili a comprendere il processo terapeutico. (editore)
Three Men : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores. Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Three Men?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin:?Jodhpur, India?Dimensions: 6.5 inches x 10 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company??????Display Location: University Library Second Floor
Astrological Symbol -- Scorpion : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores. Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Astrological Symbol -- Scorpion?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin: Jodhpur, India?Dimensions: 8.75 inches x 8 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
Iron Ducks and Weapons : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Iron Ducks and Weapons?Date of Object: Number 1:?Circa 1880?Medium:?Number 1:?Metal?????????????????Number 2:?Metal?????????????????Number 3:?Metal?????????????????Ducks:????Iron???????Classification: Sculpture?Country of Origin:?Number 1: Azande Tribe, Congo?Dimensions: Number 1:?27.25 inches long????????????????????? Number 2:?27 inches long?????????????????????? Number 3:?3.6 inches long?????????????????????? Ducks:????6.5 inches high and 4.5 inches high????????????Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library First Floor
Standing God and Seated Woman : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Standing God and Seated Woman?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin:?Jodhpur; Kota Udeypur India?Dimensions: 10.5 inches x 8.75 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
Ancestral Totem -- Jama Tribe : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Ancestral Totem? Jama Tribe?Classification: Sculpture?Country of Origin:?Sepik River Region, New Guinea?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May? May Department Stores Company?Display Location: Mouton Residence Hall
Mask : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered oneof the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Mask?Medium:?Polychrome - Wood?Classification: Sculpture?Dimensions: 18 inches high?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
Manuscript Page -- Two Women : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores. Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Manuscript Page? Two Women?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin:?Jodhpur; Kota Udeypur, India?Dimensions: 10.5 inches x 9 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
El feminismo en Espane, hoy. Ap.: Bibliogr. completa y documentos by Anabel Gonzalez( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Manuscript Page -- Man and Woman Wearing Beads : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Manuscript Page? Man and Woman Wearing Beads?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin: Jodhpur; Kota Udeypur, India?Dimensions: 9.5 inches x 8.5 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
Still Life #1124 : Kent Addison Art Donation by Warren Rich and Delores Rich( )

1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Still Life #1124 was created by artist Kent Addison in August of 1988.?The painting was donated to Maryville University on February 11, 2013, by Warren Rich and Delores Rich.??The painting is of a female nude sitting on a stool with her back to the viewer.?The figure holds a flowered hat on which a king of hearts playing card and the artist?s driver?s license are paper-clipped.?Addison painted cast-off, random objects such as candy wrappers, box tops, buttons and a key chain in a border surrounding the figure.???Kent Addison joined the art faculty at Maryville College in 1961.?He was named the Pillsbury Chair of Fine Arts in 1973.?Mr. Addison retired from Maryville University in 1995
Reeds : Sculpture by Mary Moser Ernst( )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mary Moser Ernst graduated from Maryville College in 1948.?In 1982 she earned a Master of Fine Arts from Washington University.?She learned metalsmithing under Heikki Seppa, a Finnish metalsmith and a professor at Washington University.?Mrs. Ernst also studied under John Baltrushunas, who is now Director of the Studio Art Program at Maryville University.??The pair of sculptures entitled "Reeds" was created circa 2000.?Mrs. Ernst wanted to combine brass and steel into a tall piece.?She described the work as being in three sections. The brass at the top represents the reeds.?The middle steel part creates the stem.?The bottom part depicts the plant's twisted roots.??Mrs. Ernst donated the sculpture to Maryville University
Elephant Battle Scene : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??Title of Art Work: Elephant Battle Scene?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin:?Jodhpur, India?Dimensions: 7.25 inches x 9 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location:?University Library Second Floor
Krishma and Attendants : 1969 Art Donation to Maryville College from Famous-Barr Company( )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In December of 1969, Maryville College received a gift from the May Department Stores and its St. Louis store, Famous-Barr Company. Maryville was among 94 colleges and museums across the country, including Webster College and St. Louis University in Missouri, to receive Far Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean ancient art.??The art was part of a collection owned by Morton D. May, president of the May Department stores.?Mr. May had previously donated a portion of his collection to the St. Louis Art Museum, and was considered one of the greatest collectors of so-called primitive art in the United States.??????????????????????????????????????????????Title of Art Work: Krishna and Attendants?Date of Object: 19th Century?Medium:?Water Base Paint on Paper?Classification: Painting?Country of Origin: Jodhpur, India?Dimensions: 7.75 inches x 6 inches?Date Acquired: 12/08/1969?Donor: Morton D. May?May Department Stores Company?Display Location: University Library Second Floor
 
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