Saturday, November 05, 2011

Robert A. Baker -

To assume that either conversation or drugs --or a combination of both-- could solve all the problems of human existence and make every life fulfilled and complete is the kind of magical and wishful thinking that has made one class of our citizenry, the therapeutic community, successful and wealthy; and another class, their clients, more miserable and unsettled than they were before they began placing their hopes on the promissory note that someone else could tell them what to think and how to live, and thereby make them happy.- Robert A. Baker ( 1921 –2005) "Mind Games: are we obsessed with therapy?";1996.



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