Maxie Freud and his band of clever and curious mice live inside the walls of a psychotherapy practice's building. Their observations provide a unique window into the world of therapy and human nature.. Daily dangers face the plucky band of mice. But undeterred, they prowl the building’s passageways and peepholes seeking answers to the age-old mouse question “What the hell makes these humans tick?”
My Bipolar Adventure: Mental illness in a psychiatric clinic. Traumatic experiences came to light under hypnosis. Raped and keeping it hidden. People suffering from Anxiety/Panic attacks, PTSD and depression. Substance abuse and self medication - why it happens. Is rape or molestation the cause of mental illness. Difficulties with Medication. Relapses. Include self-help and coping tools.
This short story is the third in a series. Unique to the others, the inspiration and story line follows Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung's theory of synchronicity. The story opens in a mental institution just as a group therapy session is about to begin. It is the moment when Daryl, an intelligent and eccentric young man finds the purpose behind a haunting voice speaking to him in his dreams.
Kroupa and Hendrych face their toughest case yet when patients at a psychiatric hospital begin to die. Going undercover, Hendrych checks into the clinic. However, with his sidekick on the inside, Kroupa begins to fear for his friend's sanity as, one by one, more patients are found dead.