Words Against the Void: Poems by an Existential Psychologist

Words Against the Void: Poems by an Existential Psychologist

by Tom Greening

Humorous yet profound musings on psychotherapy and the human condition, excerpted from his recent book, Words Against the Void.
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Tom GreeningTom Greening has been in private practice since 1958 and completed 35 years of editing the Journal of Humanistic Psychology in 2005. He is a professor at Saybrook Graduate School and a clinical professor at UCLA. He writes serious and comical poems, but can't always tell which are which. Although he purports to be a self-actualized existential-humanistic psychologist, he is neurotically involved with a long-haired dachshund. His website is at: www.tom.greening.com.
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