Their Finest Hour

Master therapists share their greatest success stories

By: Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP , Jeffrey Kottler


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Size: 152mm x 229mm

Pages: 384

ISBN: 9781845900885

Format: Paperback

Published: April 2008

Availability: Out of stock

In Their Finest Hour, therapists on the cutting edge of their profession detail their most professionally rewarding cases and share what they learnt from them. These outstanding therapists define achievement in their field, describe how therapy really works and speak frankly about how their cases shaped their ideas. Each interview was recorded and then transcribed and written into narrative prose, including re-created dialogue that was based on case notes and recordings. The contributors approved all the material and the identifying features of clients were disguised.

There have been some excellent books in the past about the most interesting and seminal cases of psychotherapy, but never have the greatest successes of the most accomplished theoreticians been assembled in one volume, and told in their own words. Included are stories from:

  • Michael Yapko
  • Albert Ellis
  • Stephen Lankton
  • Arnold Lazarus
  • Jon Carlson
  • William Glasser

Previously published as ISBN 9780205430031.

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Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP

Jon Carlson, Psy.D., Ed.D. ABPP was a Distinguished Professor of Adlerian Psychology at Adler University, Chicago, Illinois and a psychologist with the Wellness Clinic in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Jon authored over 60 books in many areas including psychotherapy, family therapy, marital enrichment, consultation, loneliness and Adlerian psychology. He also produced over 300 videos featuring the world's best therapists.

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Jeffrey Kottler

Jeffrey Kottler is Professor and Chair of the Counselling Department at California State University, Fullerton and has written more than 50 books in psychology, counselling, and related fields.


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