Deciding upon a therapist is something one does with care. A cursory search of therapists online presents a vast array of choices. Locations, types of therapists, and types of therapies all present to potentially bewilder someone who is only trying to seek help.
Psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectal behavioral therapy, and medication therapy, MDs, PhDs, LCSWs, and the like are just a few of the many possible paths. Knowing where to start may not be clear.
Choosing a Therapist is designed to help the reader develop an overview of what needs to be considered before selecting someone to help with his or her personal needs. Written by a psychiatrist with the person seeking therapy in mind, Choosing a Therapist will present important information to help make the potentially life-changing decision for yourself.