"Playful without being ironic and meaningful without being sappy, Urban Tribes will be a seminal book. In a decade, we will look back and realize that this book changed how we look at the period during which young adults live between families."-Po Bronson, New York Times bestselling author of What Should I Do With My Life?

 

"Playful without being ironic and meaningful without being sappy, Urban Tribes will be a seminal book. In a decade, we will look back and realize that this book changed how we look at the period during which young adults live between families."-Po Bronson, New York Times bestselling author of What Should I Do With My Life?

  "A pull-no-punches assault on the current practice of psychotherapy. While Freud is debunked and talk therapy denounced (even trounced), the real target of this sometimes strident attack is the mental health profession itself. A forceful demand that the mental health profession reform itself. Controversy is sure to follow."  -Kirkus Reviews

 

"A pull-no-punches assault on the current practice of psychotherapy. While Freud is debunked and talk therapy denounced (even trounced), the real target of this sometimes strident attack is the mental health profession itself. A forceful demand that the mental health profession reform itself. Controversy is sure to follow."  -Kirkus Reviews

  "The descriptions [the] authors give of the 'therapeutic' practices by which memories are recovered are a frightening indictment of at least some members of the burgeoning therapy industry, of its heads-I-win and tails-you-lose approach to moral rectitude, and of its capacities for self- delusion." -The Washington Post

 

"The descriptions [the] authors give of the 'therapeutic' practices by which memories are recovered are a frightening indictment of at least some members of the burgeoning therapy industry, of its heads-I-win and tails-you-lose approach to moral rectitude, and of its capacities for self- delusion." -The Washington Post