Overview

Kip, a fourteen year old boy, is having some significant personal problems. His parents have sent him to see a well-known psychotherapist, Dr. Thomas. The interaction and gradual growth toward a solution is presented in a series of six scenes ? therapy sessions ? formatted as a play in order to maintain the powerful interchange between the two characters. Kip?s problems are severe by any measure and his dislike of the therapeutic process is obvious. They forge an interesting and beneficial ? if combative ? ...
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Kip and the Shrink

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Overview

Kip, a fourteen year old boy, is having some significant personal problems. His parents have sent him to see a well-known psychotherapist, Dr. Thomas. The interaction and gradual growth toward a solution is presented in a series of six scenes – therapy sessions – formatted as a play in order to maintain the powerful interchange between the two characters. Kip’s problems are severe by any measure and his dislike of the therapeutic process is obvious. They forge an interesting and beneficial – if combative – relationship. Insightful, emotional, forceful.
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Email Review - Robert Carter
Review: By formatting this ‘book’ as a ‘play’ it maintains a powerful interchange between the only two characters, a teen boy and an experienced psychotherapist. All six scenes represent truncated therapy sessions and chart the progress, setbacks, and the content of the story. A powerful presentation whether read or watched on the stage.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148506102
  • Publisher: Famiily of Man Press
  • Publication date: 9/30/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 52 KB

Meet the Author

The author spent much of his adult life as a clinical psychologist as well as the author of nearly 100 books and novels and many hundreds of stories. His experience assisting teens and their families is well documented in several of his books for adolescents and parents. His writing, like his life, is based in positive social values (not to be confused with a religious point of view). His experiences as a parent and foster father for more than a dozen teenage boys is obvious in his books like this one.
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