Robert’s therapeutic autobiography begins with his experience as a child flying out of the window in a car accident and ends with the pandemic twilight zone of COVID-19.
He uses his background in psychology to examine projection errors of the mind that have plagued mankind for centuries. What is unique is that Robert uses examples from his own life, re-enacting events using therapeutic techniques, providing the reader insight into the secret of life’s stories.
While the book could be used as a college text, it is written for multi age and education levels. As Robert moves from his first formative experience to his later life as a teacher, counselor, and Psychodramatist, he introduces the reader to important psychological concepts.
Robert’s book is part memoir and psychological guide. The Secret in the Story is written as a sequel to the Story has a Secret. Robert shows you how to apply the same therapeutic perspective to your own life and to examine memories, turning them into your memoires, that can lead you to a more fulfilling life.