The Portable Therapist

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Dell Pub., 1994 - Psychology - 228 pages
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Originally compiled as a therapist's gift to her own patients, and published during August--the traditional month for therapists' vacations--The Portable Therapist is a healing and empowering guide to dealing with life's most perpexing questions and problems. Susanna McMahon is a licensed clinical psychologist.

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Review: The Portable Therapist: Wise and Inspiring Answers to the Questions People in Therapy Ask the Most...

User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

A handy reference-style book with many helpful one-two page solutions on varied topics. I found portions of it clunky and out of sync with my reality, but that's okay. Easy enuf to skip 'em. Besides, my world view can, and likely will, change. Read full review

Review: The Portable Therapist: Wise and Inspiring Answers to the Questions People in Therapy Ask the Most...

User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Nice little book that addresses the main challenges people face in their lives. One theme that runs through the book is the need for self esteem. Another theme is the need to be connected to others. I think that nearly everybody can get something out of this book. Read full review

Contents

Who am I?
3
What makes the world so crazy?
10
Isnt it normal to be insecure jealous possessive
17
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McMahon is a clinical psychologist in private practice.

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