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In this book, Seymour Boorstein builds upon his classical training as a psychiatrist to show the dramatic results of blending the traditional with the transpersonal approach to psychotherapy. By providing case studies from his own practice that cover the spectrum of traditional psychological categories, he demonstrates the vast possibilities and some of the pitfalls ...more
Hardcover, 191 pages
Published April 25th 1997 by State University of New York Press (first published April 1st 1997)
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Seymour Boorstein, a psychiatrist in practice since 1959, credits his couples’ work, his own long-lived marriage, and his parenting and grandparenting with shaping the distinctive methodology in Who’s Talking Now? He has been an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of California’s School of Medicine, San Francisco, since 1972.