In Pilgrims, Paths and Progress, Ted brings a wealth of information from many different fields to his work as a psychiatrist, including anthropology, evolutionary theory, religion, spirituality and culture. This book represents Ted's views on therapy and how he works as a therapist. It will be of interest to therapists as well as laypersons interested in psychotherapy and how people change. It also stimulates the reader to think about what it is about the therapist that may contribute to effective psychotherapy.

 F. Theodore (Ted) Reid, M.D., is a retired psychiatrist living in Mexico. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia College in New York and his medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine of McGill Univerisity in Montreal. He practiced in Chicago and Scottsdale AZ. He was on the faculty of Northwestern University School of Medicine, the Pritzker School of Medicine of the University of Chicago and the Medical School of the University of Arizona. He was guest faculty at Meharry Medical College, the Medical School of the University of Utah and the Medical School of the University of New Mexico. The focus of his teaching was psychotherapy with particular focus on group psychotherapy. He has presented at the American Psychiatric Association, the American Group Psychotherapy Association and various of their state and local affiliates. He has published chapters in several books, in professional journals and created educational videotapes. He is a Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Asociation and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Group Pychotherapy Association

 

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