Synopses & Reviews
Decodes the mysteries of the therapeutic process
How does therapy work? Can "talking" truly precipitate a change in behavior? Why do therapists rely so heavily on childhood experiences? Does the past really affect the present? Drawing on more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, analyst, and teacher, Dr. Gaylin addresses the fundamentals of the therapeutic process in How Psychotherapy Really Works, an enlightening tour through one of the most misunderstood sciences of our times.
About the Author
Willard Gaylin, M.D., is the author of fifteen books, including Feelings, The Killing of Bonnie Garland, and The Rage Within. A clinical professor of psychology at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, he cofounded of The Hastings Center, a research institute for ethical issues in the life sciences.