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Low self-esteem is misunderstood, even by most mental health professionals. Dr. Sorensen argues that low self-esteem is a serious disorder and the underlying core issue for which most people seek therapy, not merely a symptom, as most therapists suggest; she explains that medication is often prescribed unnecessarily, that LSE is often overlooked, that most therapists are unprepared to address LSE issues.
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Marilyn J. Sorensen, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in Portland, OR where she has specialized in relationship and self-esteem issues for nearly 25 years.One of the formost experts in self-esteem recovery work, Dr. Sorensen is also a pioneer in the development of long distance therapy, working by phone and email with people around the world.Review:
"carefully explains... why [low self-esteem] is seldom recognized or treated seriously...This is an important book that could save lives." -- THE STATESMAN JOURNAL, September 23, 2001
"outstanding resource. Sorensen expertly guides readers in self-evaluaton. Author connects with readers, has excellent writing skills, establishes warm, comfortable tone. -- TODAY'S LIBRARIAN 12/2001
candid, straight forward...an excellent book...specifically for people who've tried to seek help and found nothing useful...Highly recommended! -- THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
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Book Description Wolf Publishing Company, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0966431510
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