Mixed Nuts by Rick Cormier
or What I've Learned Practicing Psychotherapy

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"Mixed Nuts" is a memoir of a life working in psychotherapy.

Speaking to the layperson and the practitioner alike, even Rick's irreverent humor can’t hide his wisdom, his deep understanding of mental illness, his desire to help heal it quickly and effectively, and his pragmatic and often creative approach to treatment.

"Some people assume that all therapists are new-agey hand-holders who just listen and nod like bobbleheads, then suggest an astrology reading, a gluten-free diet, and your choice of complimentary love flower or polished healing stone on your way out the door.

"That's not me. My job is to help fix what's broken."
 

About Rick Cormier

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Published April 24, 2016 213 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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