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review Welcome to My Country 103 Û Lauren Slater a brilliant writer who is a young therapist takes us on a mesmerizing personal and professional journey in this remarkable memoir about her work with mental and emotional illness The territory of the mind and of madness can seem a foreign even frightening place—until you read Welcome to My CountryWriting in Lauren Slater a brilliant writer who is a young therapist takes us on a mesmerizing personal and professional journey in this remarkable memoir about her work with mental and emotional illness The territory of the mind and of madness can seem a foreign even frightening place until you read Welcome to My CountryWriting in a powerful and original voice Lauren Slater closes the distance between us and them transporting us into the country. She brings such humanity to her work as a therapist and really captures the e

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Of Lenny Moxi Oscar and Marie She lets us watch as she interacts with and strives to understand patients suffering from mental and emotional distress the schizophrenic the depressed the suicidal As the young psychologist responds to reflects on and re creates her interactions with the inner realities of the dispossessed she moves us to a deeper understanding of the complexities of the human mind and spirit And then in a stunning final. A bit of the flowery language could've been toned down just a tad Other than

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Welcome to My CountryChapter the psychologist confronts herself when she is asked to treat a young woman bulimic and suicidal who is on the same ward where Slater herself was once such a patientLike An Unuiet Mind Listening to Prozac and Girl Interrupted Welcome to My Country is a beautifully written captivating and revealing book an unusual personal and professional memoir that brings us closer to understanding ourselves one another and the human conditi. Slater's accounts of many of the chronically mentally ill people she's treate