The Sigmund Project
When students deeply involved with the Sigmund Project, a virtual psychotherapist, begin to commit suicide, Dr.Ethan Price and his assistant Karen Masters struggle to stop the problem. CGMD, an acronym for Cognitive Growth and Mind Development, is a centralized computer system used on college campuses across the nation. More
There isn’t much that disturbs Dr. Ethan Price. His peaceful character and analytic mind have gotten him through many roadblocks. When students deeply involved with Sigmund, a virtual psychotherapist, begin to commit suicide, Dr. Price struggles to fix the problem. CGMD, an acronym for Cognitive Growth and Mind Development, is a centralized computer system that provides psychotherapy, entrance tests, interviews, and psychological testing on college campuses across the United States. All has gone well since the Sigmund Project was launched ten years earlier. The therapeutic outcomes and financial benefits of virtual psychotherapy are irrefutable. Enlisted to help Dr. Price is his assistant and desired object, Karen Masters, whose witty charm and warm intentions wrap around his logic as they pair up to stop the suicides. The flame from their relationship went out several years earlier, but Ethan is still hopeful.