This was the most excrutiatingly boring, predictable, misogynist, wasted print, more aptly titled, "White Privilege Information."
The story is about a petulant, narcissist psychotherapist whose cumulative ethical incompetencies result in the only so-called villains in the story actually confronting him, presenting what the narrative distorts as the 'sole' ethical dilemma (disclosure of confidential client information to clear his name.) But lets be honest: were the career of this cretin not founded on jargony buzzwords and moral decrepitude, he wouldn't have found himself in this ethical dilemma (ironically one of his least shady becoming his most troubling?) in the first place. If you like ridiculous, swashbuckling know-it-all, self-righteous twerps conceptualizing their patients curves over their cognitions, then this book is for you. Otherwise, spare your brain cells and watch something less grating--like the Real Housewives of... well, anywhere but Boulder, CO, since they'd likely be his clients anyway.
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