Gail Grossman Freyne, LL.B., Ph.D. M.F.T.A.I. - The Family Therapy & Counselling Centre
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Care, Justice and Gender: A New Harmony for Family Values
(Veritas, Dublin 2006)
"Better to Love than to Fade Away", in Spiritual Questions for the Twenty First Century.  Ed. Mary H. Schneider (Orbis, Maryknoll 2001)
Articles, A selection of
"An Arabesque is not an Apology: The Denial of Sexual Abuse", Conscience: A Newsjournal of Catholic Opinion, Autumn 2003,
Vol. XXIV, No.3
"Collaboration of Men and Women: Harmful Confusion Regarding the Human Person", The Furrow:A Journal for the Contemporary Church,October 2004, Vol.55, Number 10.
"Women in Exile: Devout Dissent", Studies:An Irish Quarterly Review,
Spring 1997, Vol. 86, Number 341.
"Gloriously Dangerous Possibilities", Vox Feminarum: The Canadian Journal of Feminist Spirituality, Septermber 1997, Vol.1, Issue 4.
"Women in Beijing, 1995", Doctrine and Life, 1996.
M.A. Thesis
From Equal Object to Different Subject: The Quest for Women's Identity within Marriage, University College, Dublin 1994
Ph.D. Dissertation
Women, Nature and Care: Towards an Ecofeminist Model of Family Therapy, University College, Dublin 2001