Scenes from a Clinical Life
A Novel (The Karnac Library)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 232 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 20 July 2016|
How does psychotherapy work?What is the role of a therapist?And what do therapists do when their wish for professional advancement is blocked?This ground-breaking novel looks at these questions in a frank and engaging way, following the progress of David Treuherz, a clinician, as he attempts to juggle his working life with the turbulence of his personal life.In this vivid picture of a therapist at work, the intimacy of the clinical encounter is movingly delineated. Central to the story is David's struggle to secure further training, and his own experience as a patient, as well as a therapist.Can David be successful in getting the advancement he seeks? And can he build a relationship with the attractive Clara?This is a book for anyone who wants to explore what it means to be a therapist - or a patient.
About the Author
R.L.Jannaway is a writer and psychotherapist.
19.56 x 12.95 x 3.05 centimetres (0.15 kg)|
15+ years |