I so agree with the other review's spotlighting the author's choice to read it himself. I can only imagine having to sit through one of his lectures. I'd would have ended up on a roof top with a rifle. Some good info but destroyed by having to listen to this man. Another pet peeve I have which to some may be small but his choices of names for his made up characters got me so nuts I had to actually sit down and write this. All of his subject and case name have got to be bogus. They're gentile names with no diversity. Names like Stan, Jan, John, Harriet, Bill, Mary and so on. Give me a break. If you're going to create sample patients and scenarios, give the people some color and far more challenging occupations. Oh yea, he did slip in a Carlos. Bottom line, people who read these books are looking for some answers. Answers I'm sure that book provides. Just talk to us like we've been around the country once or twice. I actually thought he'd setup a new chapter by saying, "This client came to me for a serious conflict;. His name was "Cookie Monster."
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