An interesting book; not sure that I'd want the author for a therapist, but her take on the various patients she dealt with was thought-provoking even when I didn't agree with her. Made me wonder if all therapists are as insecure as she presents herself, or are that way only at the beginnings of their practices.
This book provides an in depth look in to the world of mental illness, however, the book didn't seem to have a nice flow to it. I appreciated the raw and uninhibited detail provided, but stories of various patients would disapear as the book moved on. Some of the deatils the author provides seem almost like nonsensical ramblings. This is not a self help book in any way, but it can be an interesting read for anyone interested in the mind of someone with a mental illness.