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Andrew Jamieson trained at the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling and received an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at Middlesex University. He lectures and writes articles on a series of subjects including psychotherapy’s interconnection with philosophy music and literature. Today we talk with him about his latest book, Midlife: Humanity’s Secret Weapon, where he draws on history, psychology, science and literature, to show just how ubiquitous, and crucial, the ‘midlife crisis’ is, and the devastating consequences for society at large if we continue to regard it as something we can, and should, avoid.
You can find Andrew's book at all the major booksellers, here's a link to his book on Amazon.
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