1. Jeffrey A. Kottler: The Man Who Wanted His Nose Cut Off; 2. Jon Carlson: The Mummy at the Dining Room Table; 3. Frank Pittman: Buzzy Bee's Oral Fixation; 4. Arnold Lazarus: An Oedipal Dilemma; 5. William Glasser: The Urge to Eat from Garbage Cans; 6. Domeena Renshaw: The Penis That Needed Permission from the Church; 7. Violet Oaklander: Therapy with a Gopher Snake and a Horned Lizard; 8. Harville Hendrix: Getting Rid of Old Junk; 9. Scott Miller: The Terminator Finds Himself on a Mental Ward; 10. Insoo Kim Berg: They Learned to Live with Ghosts; 11. Michael Yapko: The Woman Who Should Have Been Depressed; 12. Albert Ellis: The Woman Who Hated Everyone and Everything; 13. Bradford Keeney: The Medicine Man Who Never Had a Vision; 14. Susan Johnson: The Woman Who Hanged Herself to Check Her Husband's Response Time; 15. Ernest Rossi: The Hip-Nose Doctor Finds the Michael Jackson Tickets; 16. Arthur Freeman: The Lawyer from Hell; 17. Robert A. Neimeyer: Reconstructing the Jigsaw Puzzle of a Meter Man's Memory; 18. Pat Love: An Emergency Hypnosis to Solve the Crime at the Burger Joint; 19. Samuel Gladding: Beauty and the Beast; 20. Gay Hendricks: The Lie That Hid in His Back; 21. Howard Kirschenbaum: The Client Who Wanted His Therapist to Be Someone Else; 22. Joel Bergman: The Bride Wore a Tuxedo, the Groom Wore a Gown; 23. David Scharff: Recovering from Recovered Memories; 24. Howard Rosenthal: Panic Disorder from Sewer Grates, Amusement Parks, and Sex with Ministers; 25. Jay Haley: The Eighty-Two-Year-Old Prostitute; 26. Stephen Lankton: Saved by a Ghost; 27. James F. T. Bugental: He'll Always Be Black; 28. Michael Mahoney: I Wouldn't Mind Being That Guy in the Mirror; 29. Laura S. Brown: The Three-Year-Old Who Was an Alcoholic; 30. Donald Meichenbaum: Every Parent's Worst Nightmare; 31. Peggy Papp: The Third Sexual Identity; 32. Len Sperry: The Bird Colonel Who Turned into an Elephant; The Authors.
The author wrote the book "The Last Victim".
Jeffrey A. Kottler is the author of more than fifty books,
including On Being a Therapist and The Last Victim:
Inside the Minds of Serial Killer, a New York Times
bestseller. He is Chair of the Counseling Department at California
State University, Fullerton.
Jon Carlson is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University, Illinois, and the author of twenty-five books including Bad Therapy and Time for a Better Marriage and editor of The Family Journal. He has also developed over 150 professional and self-help commercial videotapes featuring today's leading experts in their fields.
..."a classic of full blown oddness...impossible to get through this book without convulsive involuntary spluttering and eye-popping..." ("Focus," June 2003)
..."an interesting account of the survival of the couch into the Prozac era..." ("Economist," 16 January 2004)
.,."an interesting account of the survival of the couch into the Prozac era..." ("Economist," 16 January 2004)
."..an interesting account of the survival of the couch into the Prozac era..." ("Economist", 16 January 2004)
..".an interesting account of the survival of the couch into the Prozac era..." (Economist, 16 January 2004)