#187 – Happy At Last with Richard O’Connor, Ph.D.

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Richard O’Connor, MSW, Ph.D. is the author of Happy At Last: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Finding Joy. His earlier books are Undoing Depression and Undoing Perpetual Stress. For fourteen years he was executive director of the Northwest Center for Family Service and Mental Health, a private, nonprofit mental health clinic serving Litchfield County, Connecticut, overseeing the work of twenty mental health professionals in treating almost a thousand patients per year. He is currently a practicing psychotherapist with offices in Connecticut and New York.

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One Comment

  1. honeyrococo
    Posted December 27, 2008 at 12:50 am | Permalink

    I have to admit, I do not know which episode was the one on which you read the letter from the person (people) asking for a show on Jacques Lacan, but I too really want to hear a show about him / Lacanian Analysis! And I would like it to be a long interview on SRR rather than a short interview on WC. I’ve read alot of Lacan but can always use a refresher course.

    A show on Winnicott would also be great, and R.D. Laing, and something on “The Skin Ego” by Didier Anzieu would also be cool.

    Hope you are having wonderful holidays!

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