|About the Book|
The author minces few words in describing his early childhood and reasons for becoming a psychologist. This book should resonate with the boomers who are now in their fifties and approaching retirement. The extensive training in becoming a clinical psychologist is described in highly defined, visual sequences that follow the author through college, graduate school, internship, and postdoctoral training. Patient stories bring the reader inside the therapists office to listen to the remarkable people brave enough to come to therapy to seek meaning and stability in their lives. A touching account of one psychologists struggle to address the two most important questions of our existence—who are we and why are we here?