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By Robert Staffin, PsyD Reviewed by John D. Lentz D. Min Estimated Reading Time: 1 minute, 47 seconds

This book is done well on many different levels. Through his own rich experience attending Jeff Zeig’s masterclasses, Robert Staffin creates a vicarious experience that includes multilevel learning. Staffin is aware of what those who take a master class in psychotherapy are seeking and he offers possibilities for meeting those needs. As he recounts his experiences and illustrates Jeff Zeig’s wizardry, a smorgasbord of multilevel learning is the backdrop. Following along with Zeig’s teaching, on one level he talks about the possibilities for therapists, and on another level, the possibilities for an individual. He also explains the complexities and intricacies of Zeig’s teaching, which is another level of learning. → Read more

By Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. Reviewed by John D. Lentz D. Min Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 27 seconds

With a foreword written by Erving Polster, readers can anticipate that Jeffrey Zeig has created yet another useful and cutting-edge book for psychotherapists. Not only will you learn how to evocatively communicate, but you will also discover truths about psychotherapy and communication that will be useful in your clinical practice. → Read more