Crazy Therapies: What Are They? Do They Work?

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Wiley, 27 sept. 1996 - 263 pages
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A startling--and often downright amusing--expose of the alternative philosophies and practices that can be found in today's ever-growing psychotherapeutic marketplace. The book describes actual case histories of people who participated in a variety of controversial therapies, including alien abduction, past lives regression, and aromatherapy.

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"Crazy" therapies: what are they?, do they work?

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Many who consult therapists don't realize that there is little regulation of mental health workers. As a result, some therapists indulge in questionable practices--e.g., "rebirthing," "channeling ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Whats Wrong with This Picture?
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Regression
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Entities
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MARGARET THALER SINGER is a clinical psychologist and emeritus adjunct professor at the University of California, Berkeley. An expert on post-traumatic stress and cults, she lectures widely in the United States and abroad. She is the lead author of Cults in Our Midst (Jossey-Bass, 1995).

JANJA LALICH is a writer, consultant, and specialist in cults and psychological manipulation and abuse. She is also the coauthor of Captive Hearts, Captive Minds (1994) and Cults in Our Midst (Jossey-Bass, 1995).

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