A Guide to Psychotherapy -- from a Frequent Flier.
My take on the pros and cons of psychotherapy.
A useful book for the believer and non-believer alike
Direct link: http://www.amazon.com/Shrink-Rap-Guide-Psychotherapy-Frequent/d
BLUE GENES: A Memoir of Loss and Survival
After many years, I've written the story of depression, bipolar disorder; success and failure; life and death in my family.
Directing for Film & Television
An Emmy-award winner reveals his success secrets for the art and craft of directing. Entertaining and insightful, this valuable guide thoroughly examines each stage of the film and television directing process, from reading prospective scripts through managing the “post-production blues.” Approaching directing as a teachable, learnable craft, this book focuses on the practical elements in the work of a director. This guide features diagrams of types of film shots, a glossary of terms that every director should know, and no-nonsense guidance for finding work in this cutthroat business. For anyone who is interested in becoming a director, this is an essential resource.
Allworth Press (1999)
SILENT GRIEF: Living in the Wake of Suicide.
The first book on this subject, written in 1985, it is still a "must."
Here's but one set of comments: "These are all the things a survivor of suicide feels. Pain, anger, fear, distrust, hate, despair, loneliness, sorrow, relief, shame, victim. Silent Grief is co-written by Christoper Lukas a survivor of suicide and Henry Seiden, PhD, a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. The book is designed to offer support and advice to the abnormal people left living in a normal world."
Available from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. In print for 22 years.