Todd’s book: Shopping for a Shrink
“Is your whole world dark? Somewhere in this book is a light switch. Promise. You’re mad if you don’t buy it!’
Andrew Denton, Host of ABC’s Enough Rope
“If you’re serious about winning you need a coach. Getting a little help can make a big difference and this book shows you how.
So go for it!”
Cathy Freeman, Olympic Gold Medallist
Shopping for a Shrink is a warm, gentle and humorous guide for anyone considering counselling or therapy. This book provides practical step-by-step suggestions about how to build confidence in finding the right support for you or someone you love. Popular therapies and types of therapists are discussed, along with answers to frequently asked questions, and your rights as a client. There are real people stories and a directory of counselling services across Australia and New Zealand.
Please note that Shopping for a Shrink was published before psychology services where claimable on Medicare.
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“Shopping for a Shrink will make an important contribution to reducing the burden for people struggling with a variety of personal difficulties.”
Jeff Kennett, Chairman, Beyondblue: the National Depression Initiative
“If the world’s greatest athletes seek professional help to refine thinking skills for a winning edge in sport and life, then why wouldn’t you? Shopping for a Shrink is the perfect place to start.”
Dr. Michael Martin, Australian Institute of Sport – Head of Performance Psychology
“Todd Zemek uses insights he has gained from working with real people to put together this book which will be of real benefit to you whether you are considering counselling or already in therapy.”
Professor Philip Boyce, President of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
“Thank goodness of Shopping for a Shrink. Zemek’s message that to seek help is a way of taking responsibility for oneself is an invaluable one. I am so glad I read this book.”
Dr. Cindy Pan
“Shopping for a Shrink is a much needed and delightfully easy to understand guide based upon appropriate research and professional practice.”
Professor Carmen Lawrence