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Randall Griffith

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Baton Rouge, LA USA | Listener Since 2002

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  • The Mindful Therapist: A Clinician's Guide to Mindsight and Neural Integration

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Daniel J. Siegel
    • Narrated By Daniel J. Siegel
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    Research suggests that the presence of the therapist, and how the therapist truly forges a connection with the client in therapy, are the most crucial factors affecting the client’s healing process. An engaged, committed, caring therapist who is mindful of his or her own self - and how that self relates to the client - is the key determinant of how well that client will respond to therapy.

    chantelle says: "remove the meditation pauses."
    "The Egotistical Psychiatrist"
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    This is at most -- at most -- about 1.5 hours of interesting mediation/self-exploratory exercises. The remaining 11 hours are this psychiatrist reminding us, over and over and over and over, how smart he is and how he really should be a brain surgeon. I doubt there is more medical jargon in an advanced neurological text book. It is really laughable after about 3 hours. Okay, okay Dr. Seigle, you are a real doctor, not "just" a psychiatrist. When he is not explaining in minute detail how the brain works, in dense medical jargon, he is telling us of the important and smart people who don't just know him, but beg him to work with them. He agrees, and their finding? The Eneagram -- a hundreds-year-old personality model that Seigle says a psychiatrist, like him of course, discovered in the 1950s -- is the best thing going. I kid you not. If you wonder why psychiatry is a considered a joke, take a listen.

    5 of 22 people found this review helpful

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