Mockingbird Years : Emily Fox Gordon has endured uncertainty about her mental health through much of her life. After seeing five therapists before she was 18, Gordon made a weak attempt to commit suicide. She was finally admitted to the renowned Austen Riggs sanitarium, where she met the innovative psychologist Leslie Farber. It was Farber who offered Gordon friendship, opinions and morality rather than silence and neutrality. Gordon's healing had begun. Immerse yourself in this engaging story of pain, humour and acceptance with the autobiographical Mockingbird Years: A Life In and Out of Therapy. 241 pages.
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