Oooh, most excellent suits, hair, and glasses on the cover!
The Center for Feeling Therapy was seen as a cult in the early 1970’s. Check out the Wikipedia article (and, of course, the references listed there) about them. Feeling Therapy was an offshoot of Primal Therapy. After Primal Therapy was abandoned, they got heavily into dream analysis. In fact, their methods and beliefs changed often. Apparently, the practitioners lived together in a commune. There were allegations of physical and emotional abuse, fraud, and brainwashing. The Center was disbanded and its leaders were banned from practicing therapy in California. They were sued in 1986 by former patients.
So…is there any value to this book as a historical record of cults of the 1970’s? In your average public library it’s just a curiosity, not a source for patrons seeking information about available therapies. However, most public libraries that own it have it under 616.8 (psychotherapy), not 291 (cults).
Keep it? Weed it? Move it? You can probably guess my vote.