How do you choose among hundreds of available therapies—offered by psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and counselors—to help you conquer painful feelings, unbearable anxiety, dysfunctional relationships, or out-of-control behavior? What are the sessions like? How will you know if your therapy is working and when it is time to stop? Veteran medical journalist Carl Sherman gives you the tools to make smart decisions about getting professional help.
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About Carl Sherman
CARL SHERMAN has written about mental health and psychotherapy for national publications including Psychology Today, Family Circle, Self, McCall’s, Us, GQ, and Investor’s Business Daily. He is a columnist and contributing writer for Clinical Psychiatry News, and the author of… More about Carl Sherman
Published by AtRandom Nov 27, 2001| 192 Pages| ISBN 9780679647232