Years of experience in therapy combined with a great narrator equals a fantastic listen.
As a new therapist this book is invaluable in learning how to build a solid therapeutic alliance. Thank You.
The narration sounded as flat and robotic as you can get and still be called a human. I also don't like that nearly half of the already short book is read out loud recipes.
The information is solid, just not for audiobook.
Put some life into the book or actually right the book in story format.
I've only been able to stomach about 2 hours of this book. The Author spends the first hour ripping all things holistic and natural while promoting how wonderful our government, medicines and doctors are at providing us with the only true source of good health and information. To be fair there is a lot of crap out there, but not all consumers are idiots like this Author portrays.
Maybe, I still plan on listening to the rest of this book in hopes of some unbiased material to learn from.
I'm pretty sure the author is bought off by big pharma, so not a chance in hell.
To be fair, I have only listened to the first two hours. I'm sure there are good things in the book later on. With 15 plus hours of material, it better get better.
People aren't all idiots and natural health does have a strong place in our society when performed correctly.
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