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The magic and mystery of psychotherapy can easily be explained in such a brief moment but sometimes we just have a difficult time understand and grasping how it works. Here we find some explanations to those important questions that have been asked over and over. Here it is just simply explained in a nutshell. Thomas Hodge is a native of everywhere and nowhere all at the same time. He holds Bachelors of Arts and a Masters of Arts in Psychology. He has focused his research on Anxiety and the Treatment of Anxiety.
In addition to scholarly studies, he served seven years in the US Army seeing the effects of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder first hand. He has lived in examined how individuals handle and treat anxiety in various cultures including the United States, Europe, Far East and the Middle East. He has seen, survived, and helped others cope with mental disorders all over the world. He has witnessed and studied some of the darkest and most unimaginable moments of human history and nature. He can attest to some of the atrocities of human nature with understanding and caution. He has seen several odd medical conditions that do not commonly occur in many parts of the world. Some are more common than thought and some are the kind of thing one would hope to never come into contact with.
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I expected so much more. names and theories were mentioned but I felt it was rushed. No substance. I felt I could learn as much from an enthusiastic student over a cup of coffee.
Brief, with no tricks...
The information covered in this brief book focuses on certain aspects of therapeutic designs but fails to offer the "few good tricks" as promised by the title. Perhaps my perspective and the author's differ. Not a bad book, a good review of some therapeutic approaches and the narrator did a good job...though not sure why it was necessary to read the references section ;-)
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