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Therapy BreakthroughTherapy Breakthrough

Why Some Psychotherapies Work Better Than Others

Michael R. Edelstein, Richard K. Kujoth and David Ramsay Steele

Narrated by Gary Roelofs

Available from Audible


Book published by Open Court


Like no other book you have ever read, Therapy Breakthrough explains clearly and vividly just what goes on in psychotherapy, why there are so many different systems of psychotherapy which disagree with one another, where these different schools of therapy came from, why psychotherapy is continually misrepresented in popular culture, and why, despite all this, psychotherapy gets good results, is improving all the time, and is superior to drugs in helping you solve your problems.

Michael R. Edelstein is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He is co-author of Three Minute Therapy, Stage Fright, and Rational Drinking.

Richard K. Kujoth Richard K. Kujoth was a clinical psychologist in Illinois for over thirty years and co-editor of Job Placement of the Emotionally Disturbed.

David Ramsay Steele is author of From Marx to Mises, co-author (with Michael Edelstein) of Three Minute Therapy, and editor of Genius: In Their Own Words.

REVIEWS:

“Prepare to embark on a rollicking yet highly informative journey through the intense world of psychotherapy! In engaging style the authors, who respectfully dedicate their book to the memory of my beloved husband, present much substantial information, as well as making some assertions which may spark healthy controversy.”

—Debbie Joffe Ellis, Ph.D., co-author (with Albert Ellis) of All Out! and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

“If you have a rational mind—or would like to have one—Therapy Breakthrough will be indispensable in helping you see how Cognitive-Behavioral therapy can be used to make your life happier and healthier.”

—arren Farrell, Ph.D., bestselling author of Why Men Are the Way They Are

Therapy Breakthrough is a bold and instantly readable primer on the seismic shift in psychotherapy as seen from within the profession—and a helpful reminder of what is at the core of modern therapeutic techniques. It’s also a fun read!”

—Nando Pelusi, Ph.D., New York clinical psychologist and contributing editor for Psychology Today





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