Michael Jacobs

Jacobs, Michael
April 2009
Therapy Today;Apr2009, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p29
An interview with psychotherapist Michael Jacobs is presented. He explains his reasons for becoming a psychotherapist. Jacobs comments on his life purpose, on telling the truth and on dying. He also discusses the influence of his therapist on his own practice, as well as the lowest point in his life and his greatest achievement.


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