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  • Genre:PSYCHOLOGY
  • SubGenre:Psychotherapy / Group
  • Language:English
  • Pages:32
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543958386

You Can't Get a Hamburger At a Hardware Store

Therapeutic Metaphors of Dr. Tom Male

by Stuart A Ross

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Overview
Dr. Tom Male was a psychiatrist I worked with who died in 2000. In therapy groups we co-lead, he often spoke in humorous metaphors, long remembered vs my input. This short booklet represents a promise made to him during his final days, that I would someday publish some of his most often used, classic lines.
Description
Dr. Tom Male was a psychiatrist I worked with who died in 2000. In therapy groups we co-lead, he often spoke in humorous metaphors, long remembered vs my input. This short booklet represents a promise made to him during his final days, that I would someday publish some of his most often used, classic lines. His remembered statements are humbly offered to reflect his sense of humour and not meant to detract from the totality and complexity of his life, times and contributions to the field of psychiatry and mental health.
About the author
Dr. Stuart A Ross:  'That psychology guy' has been practicing psychotherapy since 1985 in psychiatric hospitals and private practice. He is the author of a number of self-help guides and a novel based on his travels in Tibet, as well as a public speaker, a singer-songwriter-musician and, an idealist who dreams of saving the world…
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