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Their Finest Hour: Master Therapists Share Their Greatest Success Stories

by Jeffrey Kottler

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From the best-selling author of The Last Victim, Their Finest Hour: Master Therapists Share Their Greatest Success Stories reveals the greatest success stories of the best counselors and therapists in the world. The master therapists speaks frankly about how their seminal cases shaped their ideas. Told in a narrative style, each story ends with a unique lesson to be learned. The book is practical and accessible for those in the field of therapy and those just interested in the dynamic approaches taken by today's leading therapists.

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