McMahon, James
March 2009
Journal of Cognitive & Behavioral Psychotherapies;Mar2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
An interview with Dr. Mike Abrams, a fellow at the Albert Ellis Institute (AEI) in Manhattan, New York City, is presented. Abrams discusses his family, his educational background, and his vocational choices. He further offers an overview of his book "Personality Theories: Critical Perspectives," including its focus, strengths and weaknesses. He also mentions his plans to write a crossover book on sexual disorders.


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