Therapy Revolution by Richard Zwolinski
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THE THERAPY CRISIS - Each year, millions of people enter therapy hoping and believing they'll be helped—but studies show that many aren't being helped. In fact, some patients find they are struggling with more emotional problems than before. Too many people end up stuck in therapy year after year, for no good reason at all.

THE REVOLUTION - Richard Zwolinski, a licensed mental health counselor and expert on anxiety and addiction, is a watchdog for professional ethics and patient rights. For more than twenty years he has been helping patients receive the best, most effective care for the least cost in a reasonable amount of time. In Therapy Revolution, Zwolinski puts the therapists on the couch and analyzes their performances. He exposes harmful therapy practices
and shows you exactly what you need to do to find a therapist who is ethical and competent. In this solution-oriented call to action, Zwolinski reveals:

What some therapists don't want you to knowThe 2 essential Therapy Tools that every effective therapist must use—and why you should leave a therapist who refuses to use themHow you can find, interview, and hire the therapist that's right for youThe red flags that indicate therapy isn't working—and what you need to do if a therapist breaks the rulesThe 5 fundamental ingredients in the Successful Therapy Formula

THE STEP-BY-STEP SOLUTION - Chock-full of shocking, real-life patient interviews, self-assessment questionnaires, numerous checklists that lead to therapy success, therapist interview questions, and more, Therapy Revolution exposes the pitfalls of bad therapy and shows you what good therapy should look like, all while offering practical solutions for making therapy work for you.


About Richard Zwolinski

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Richard M. Zwolinski, LMHC, (Brooklyn, NY) is an internationally licensed psychotherapist and addiction specialist who has been practicing therapy for more than twenty years. He is a New York State-licensed mental health counselor. C.R. Zwolinski is a writer and editor.
Published January 1, 2010 by HCI. 242 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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