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The Art of the Psychotherapist: How to develop the skills that take psychotherapy beyond science

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Unlike the brief, specific-solution oriented therapies that many people demand today, the goal of depth therapy is life change. James Bugental has been practicing, teaching and writing about depth therapy for 40 years, and in this book, he shares his experiences as a psychotherapist.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 17th 1992 by W. W. Norton Company (first published January 1st 1987)
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A really enjoyable book that provides a clear perspective and rational for viewing psychotherapy as more than a scientific endeavor. Well written, and I appreciated the transcript of sessions embedded throughout.
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