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  • Genre:PSYCHOLOGY
  • SubGenre:Psychotherapy / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:300
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667833361

The Therapy Files

by Gregg E. Bernstein Ph.D.

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Overview
Following up on his first two books, The Heart is My Beat, and Therapy Confidential, Dr. Bernstein shares more "behind-the-curtain" stories and perspectives from the heart of his psychotherapy practice. If you've ever been curious what therapy is all about and what it's like to be a therapy patient, or even wondered whether personal growth and change are possible, this book will answer some of your questions.
Description
Following up on his first two books, The Heart is My Beat, and Therapy Confidential, Dr. Bernstein shares more "behind-the-curtain" stories and perspectives from the heart of his psychotherapy practice. If you've ever been curious what therapy is all about and what it's like to be a therapy patient, or even wondered whether personal growth and change are possible, this book will answer some of your questions. There are also more stories about the journey to becoming a therapist, and a wealth of honest, revealing glimpses into what therapy is really like from the psychologist's side of the room. But perhaps most of all, this is an opportunity to be inspired by one who still finds renewal and deep meaning in his work after a lifetime of practicing psychotherapy, and always feels that being allowed into his patients' most intimate lives is a privilege and an honor.
About the author
Gregg Bernstein, PhD has been a practicing psychologist in Oakland, California for over forty years, specializing in intensive psychotherapy, with a sub-specialty in "whatever works." He has worked with individuals, couples and groups to deal with virtually every type of psychological challenge, from addictions, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions and challenging relationships, to the need to build a self from the ground up. Whether working with children in rural Tennessee or Nobel Prize nominees, he has always focused on the humanity that unites us all and finding the humor hiding in the pain.
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