I found the book to be informative, entertaining, and just downright helpful. It gave me a good foundation for understanding the problem in lay terms that I could understand. It also gave me a greater appreciation for those people I know who are not dysfunctional. The ones I had previously taken for granted.
- Regan Murphy
Dysfunction by Dr. Dennis C. Lewis is an interesting little book. It is short, concise, and very helpful. I particularly appreciated the fact that Lewis didn’t talk down to us, but presented his arguments straightforwardly, in terms that a person of average intelligence and education could understand without a dictionary close at hand.
Dennis Lewis, Ph.D., is a practicing psychologist specializing in the treatment of family dysfunction. For more than twenty-five years, he has been on the clinical faculty of the University of California San Francisco. He serves as a national consultant, expert witness, and media spokesperson. He divides his time between his home in California and the family homestead in Ireland.