The Therapist's New Clothes

"I believed so wholeheartedly in psychotherapy that I became a psychotherapist." In The Therapist's New Clothes, author Judith D. Schwartz tells of training as a therapist, shifting back and forth between her experience as beginning clinician and her own increasingly devastating treatment. It is the story of the author's belief system crumbling--and how she comes out the other side.

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Words: 50,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452471396
Tags: memoir therapy
About Judith D. Schwartz

Judith D. Schwartz is a journalist with work published in venues as varied as Time, The New York Times, and Miller-McCune, Glamour and Redbook. She has written, co-authored, and ghost-written several books. A graduate of Brown University and The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, she lives in Southern Vermont with her family.

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