This is a message board for mutual support and education. It focuses on psychology and psychotherapy: different theoretical orientations and techniques, the therapy process, transference and countertransference, how to find a therapist, etc. Discussion here is not itself psychotherapy.
One thread is devoted to books that posters find useful in addressing their illness or negotiating the complicated therapeutic relationship. The ones they've voted to highlight:
In Session: The Bond Between Women and Their Therapists
by Deborah A. Lott and Marie Cohen
Feeling Good : The New Mood Therapy
by David D. Burns
The Road Less Traveled : A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth
by M. Scott Peck
Feel free to search the archives or to check out Psycho-Babble Tips, listings compiled by Psycho-Babble participants of helpful web pages on various topics, including coping with crisis.
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