A lawyer and a therapist Will Meyerhofer has many accolades after this name: JD LCSW-R. He is a psychotherapist and former biglaw attorney with a private practice treating lawyers and others in TriBeCa, New York City (visit www.aquietroom.com for more information.) He is the author of four books, including “Way Worse than Being a Dentist: the Lawyer's Quest for Meaning,” and its sequel "Still Way Worse..." about life in biglaw, as well as a book introducing and elaborating upon the central concepts of psychotherapy, “Life is a Brief Opportunity for Joy.” A graduate of Harvard College, The NYU School of Law, and The Hunter College School of Social Work, Will writes regularly for Above The Law, and maintains a blog about life, the law and psychotherapy, at www.thepeoplestherapist.com .
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What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
Articles on Burnout - https://thepeoplestherapist.com/2017/09/26/the-finish-line-problem/
Will’s NEW book, a sequel to Way Worse Than Being a Dentist, cleverly titled Still Way Worse Than Being a Dentist
Will’s first book, on the ideas underlying psychotherapy: Life is a Brief Opportunity for Joy
His second book, about the state of the legal profession: Way Worse Than Being a Dentist
His third book, a comic novel: Bad Therapist: A Romance
A recent podcast
..and, finally, a television interview
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