Sharing the fruits of a lifetime spent in service to others, Dr. John P. Kildahl's "Therapy: How to take positive action to improve your physical and mental health" is at once a practical how-to guide and an inspiring memoir. Readers will learn how and why therapy works, how to find the right therapist, what the process will be like, and perhaps most importantly, what the goals and benefits will be. From learning how to open up and ask yourself the right questions to conquering such common challenges as fear, anxiety, stress, and sadness, "Therapy" takes the mystery out of a process that has changed millions of lives for the better.
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About the Author
John P. Kildahl is the author of several books, including Beyond Negative Thinking (Perseus, Avon) with Joseph T. Martorano, The Psychology of Speaking in Tongues (Harper and Row), The Healthy Personality (Create Space) and The Dynamics of Personality with Lewis R. Wolberg (Grune and Stratton). He has contributed to numerous books and has authored articles on various types of psychotherapy, dream analysis, hypnosis, grief, the ego, psychology and religion, and family therapy. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College, holds an M.Div. from Luther Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from NYU, and a certificate in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NYC, where he was a member of the faculty. John taught and lectured widely throughout his career and chaired the pastoral counseling department at New York Theological Seminary. He was in private practice as a psychotherapist in NYC for more than fifty years.