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Living and Being a Therapist

A Collection of Readings (First Edition)
By Jeffrey A. Kottler

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This reader collects seminal chapters, articles, and essays written by Jeffrey A. Kottler throughout his prolific career on the topic of being a therapist. The collection explores the personal challenges therapists and counselors experience in practice—ethical and moral dilemmas, feelings of inadequacy and hypocrisy, weathering failures, and the development of close relationships with clients, to name a few.

Jeffrey A. Kottler has authored more than 95 nonfiction books addressing the professional development of psychotherapists, personal development, creativity, and more. He is a clinical professor at the Baylor College of Medicine and professor emeritus at California State University, Fullerton.