"What's It Really Like to be 'Finished' With Therapy?"
Joseph Burgo, Ph.D has practiced psychotherapy for more than 30 years, holding licenses as a marriage and family therapist and clinical psychologist. He earned his undergraduate degree at UCLA and his master’s and doctorate at California Graduate Institute in Los Angeles.
As an instructor, he has taught graduate students in psychology and supervised their training in community counseling centers. He is also a graduate psychoanalyst and has served as a board member, officer and instructor at a component society of the International Psychoanalytic Association. He currently works in private practice, with an increasing emphasis on distance therapy via Skype.
Before and then during his graduate education, Dr. Burgo spent 13 years in individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. As a writer, he has published two novels, both works of genre fiction, he wrote a column on parenting for a syndicate of newspapers in the Los Angeles area. His book on psychological defense mechanisms will be released in Spring 2013 by New Harbinger Publications.
He currently writes two blogs that focus on personal development issues as well as the practice of psychotherapy.
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