[PW] Looking for book on interpreting the body language of your psychotherapist

S M Colowick colowick at gmail.com
Sat May 20 08:34:13 PDT 2017


On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:48 AM, Welsh, Donald J <djwels at wm.edu> wrote:
> Patron is looking for a book and described it thusly:
>
> "It's a thin, funny guide to interpreting the body language and other nonverbals of your psychotherapist.  Seriously.  One of them is the "glasses push," where the shrink leans forward and pushes their glasses up on their nose.  Other have to do with falling asleep, quizzical looks, etc."

Maybe this?

Understanding Your Therapist, Or, Why is this Taking So Long?
Takes a humorous look at the gestures and facial expressions of
psychotherapists, offering possible interpretations
Originally published: 1989
Author: Robert H. Pilpel
90 pages

https://books.google.com/books/about/Understanding_Your_Therapist_Or_Why_is_t.html?id=_z-TVSZM5y0C


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