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With All The Positive Reviews But Need To Say This all the positive reviews but need to say this the story of Betty or Fat Lady In the Afterword of the latest edition this the story of Betty or Fat Lady In the Afterword of the latest edition Yalom defends himself and explains that he was truly honest about his counter transference and learned a great deal from Betty Here I would say that Dr Yalom needs to go even further in his self examination My feeling is that he learned to relate to Betty as a human being ONLY because she ept losing weight and by the end she was almost at 150 pounds which is not obese even if she. O tells his own story as he
STRUGGLES TO RECONCILE HIS ALL TOO to reconcile his all too response with his sensibility as a psychiatrist Loves Executioner has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers already and promises to inspire generations of readers to com. ,
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EVEN IF YOU DON T HAVEif you don t have appreciation of transactional analysis Irwin Yalom writes in accessible language and I love the way he reflects on his practice thinking and owns his prejudices Oh how we humans can carry such crippling and behavious until carefully and precisely unpicked by a humane psychologist Ever thankful for being the fly the wall whilst the life dialogue of many clients is tastefully written so we can learn and fly on the wall whilst the life dialogue of many clients is tastefully written so we can learn and ourselves Yalom s clearly rooted in a psychoanalytical approach but adjusted his mod. In his classic bestselling work the masterful therapist and novelist Irvin Yalom describes his sometimes tragic sometimes inspiring and always absorbing encounters with patients In this classic book master psychotherapist Irvin D Yalom uncove. .
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The Client His Inner Thoughts Wereclient Often his inner thoughts were and amusingly relatable which was and comforting He often took the time to explain his techniues and thought process which I found helpful as a practicing licensed therapist Some of the chapters were objectively offensive client that had slept with therapist and some subjectively offensive he disclosed a dislike for obese women but his growth his admirable and his epilogue describes his regrets and reflects on how times have changed It s a uick read and I think one worthy of anyone interested in Rs the mysteries frustrations pathos and humor at the heart of the therapeutic encounter With insight and sympathy Yalom not only gives us a rare and enthralling glimpse into the personal desires and motivations of ten of his patients but als. ,