The Pumpkins are Grinning:And Other Stories of the Meaning of Psychotherapy is a book for psychotherapy students and the interested layman about the confidential process in which therapist and client explore human problems. Five creative clients reveal the inside account of their experience, and these case studies illustrate different principles of psychotherapy. Transference, working through, interpretations, memories, and dreams are explored. Readers get a unique view of therapy from the perspective of clients as well as their therapist. In this book the mystery is unraveled and a road map provided to help the person who is in psychothrapy, considering therapy or wondering where it was they traveled while in therapy. It will also be helpful for therapists in training including psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, art therapists and pastoral counselors.
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