How to Go to Therapy: Making the Most of Professional Help

Carl Sherman, Author Atrandom $15 (192p) ISBN 978-0-8129-9187-1
Got therapy? If not, or even if you do but are unsatisfied with it, How to Go to Therapy might come in handy. Carl Sherman (Stress Remedies), a mental health reporter, walks readers through the process of deciding if they want to pursue therapy, choosing an appropriate type of therapy and then choosing a specific therapist. From psychodynamic therapy to pharmacotherapy to eye movement desensitization and retraining, Sherman breaks down this potentially intimidating but increasingly relevant aspect of modern life. Readers new to the therapeutic world as well as those in one kind of therapy who want to try another will appreciate Sherman's guidance. ( Nov. 13)
Reviewed on: 11/01/2001
Release date: 11/01/2001
Paperback - 177 pages - 978-0-7567-9348-7
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