Product Description Review ''Novelist and psychiatrist Yalom offers ten tales from his clients that illuminate the gifts of psychotherapy particularly the hopeful lessons one can glean from it in the context of aging and death…Yalom…has genuinely inspiring insights to share about the value of therapy.'' -- Publishers Weekly ''Poignant and beautiful insights from a wise therapist looking back on a career a therapist who happens to be a writer I greatly admire - Creatures of a Day is just what the doctor ordered!'' --Abraham Verghese author of Cutting for Stone ''Yalom is the Scheherazade of the couch his work a marvelous exercise in storytelling.'' -- New York Times praise for the author About the Author Irvin D. Yalom MD is an emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University and a psychiatrist in private practice in San Francisco. He is the author of many books including Love's Executioner Theory and Practice in Group Psychotherapy and When Nietzsche Wept . He lives with his wife in Palo Alto California.
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