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Feel like therapy isn’t working for you? Wish there were a better way to achieve your goals? Fire Your Therapist introduces a new, holistic approach to creating the life you want. Based on Dr. Siegler’s groundbreaking Spheres of Life Coaching Method, this audiobook explains how to move beyond the “talking cure” of traditional therapy to a more creative, results-oriented way of achieving your goals. You’ll be inspired by the experiences of clients who have benefited from Dr. Siegler’s proven methods.

Fire Your Therapist is the essential step-by-step guide for anyone who wants to create a more successful life.

©2009 Joe Siegler (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp

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  • Paul
  • Minneapolis, MN, United States
  • 04-12-10

Yikes!

It's not bad enough that the author insists on reading his own book, but he... reads... it... so... slow that you feel like he thinks you're retarded. It's too bad he didn't hire a pro. But more importantly, the content is so basic. It was the second tape before he got into any substance and then it was really simple stuff. Now I'm thinking I DO need to go back to my therapist...

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  • Zena
  • Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 04-08-10

Boring!!!

I haven't read or heard a book I didn't like...Until now. I worked very hard to finish it, but I just couldn't stand it anymore. It is read in the most horrible dead-pan style. Information is often repeated over and over again in many of the chapters. I was looking for more information on Life coaching, but mostly just got why therapy isn't usually a good idea for most people drummed over and over again.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful