Occasionally a book comes out that catches my eye, so I get a hold of the author and share some insights on the book and look beyond the printed word into the the writer's process and subject matter. Hopefully hearing the writers talk about their work will inspire you to pick up the work.

This week I had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Drew E. Permut, Ph.D., author of Inside Your Therapist's Mind; How a Psychotherapist Thinks, and Why it Works He explained how a good therapist can have a unique and subjective experience with each patient using the tools they have acquired over the years of study and practice -- and that means something different in every situation.  He answered some of the questions those in therapy silently ask: "What is my therapist thinking?" and "How do they come up with a course of treatment?"

Listen to the entire interview with Dr. Permuht