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Illuminating and informative 'autobiography' of therapy.
on 23 January 2001
This book is an illuminating and informative 'autobiography' of an existential therapist's experiences of work, and a brave examination of what a therapist can learn from the therapeutic relationship. Honest and readable, it describes, explains, and informs the reader about the process and practice of therapy with a skill and care for the client which is both warm and engaging. A little slow to start, it pays perseverence very well.