This daring and engrossing book offers a unique gift to readers: a window into the mind and the heart of both sides of the therapeutic relationship - the patient's and the therapist's. Widely acclaimed psychotherapist and author Dr Lillian B. Rubin offers us a masterful insight into the world of therapy in her compelling book, The Man with the Beautiful Voice. She describes her most fascinating and challenging cases from 'the other side of the couch', as she takes the reader on a riveting and absorbing journey into the human psyche. Through seven unique stories, she reveals her personal struggle to leave behind traditional psychoanalytic training and adopt unorthodox methods, when the nature of her clients means that the rules have to be bent or broken. Through these captivating tales, Lillian Rubin illuminates the heart of the therapeutic relationship and shows us the pain, leaning, and the healing that are part of the process for therapist as well as patient.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group