The People’s Therapist just got profiled in The Financial Times (with a couple other therapists.)
To read the full article, click here. (Yes, I know, it’s behind a pay wall…but go ahead and subscribe, it’s worth it to read The Financial Times!) The headline of the piece is “Care from lawyers turned therapists” and the sub-headline is “Behind a polished exterior can be anxiety, say those who listen to the angst of legal professionals.”
Many thanks to the lovely Emma Jacobs, and Annabel Cook, in London, and the estimable Pascal Perich, in New York City, who took that smashing photo of me with my senior colleague, Simon Dachshund.
Alas, I’ve had to take down my delightful screenshot of the article…the charming Barbara Volkar of the FT’s syndication sales department emailed me, and apparently it violates copyright to reproduce it. Posting a legally sanctioned reproduction of the article would cost literally thousands of dollars. And that’s why this post appears a bit truncated.
Oh poop – here’s a teeny tiny screenshot, just so you can see what it looks like. It’s hardly even legible. Let ’em sue me! They’ll have to tear this moment of glory (a profile in the FT!) from my cold, dead online fingers.
…and here’s what it looked like in print (again, really teeny, to fend off the copyright police…)
Please check out The People’s Therapist’s legendary best-seller about the sad state of the legal profession: Way Worse Than Being a Dentist: The Lawyer’s Quest for Meaning
And now there’s a new Sequel: Still Way Worse Than Being a Dentist: (The Sequel)
My first book is an unusual (and useful) introduction to the concepts underlying psychotherapy:Life is a Brief Opportunity for Joy
I’ve also written a comic novel about a psychotherapist who falls
in love with a blue alien from outer space. I guarantee pure reading pleasure: Bad Therapist: A Romance