Christianity and Clinical Psychology 

The idea behind 'Freud's Last Session' is interesting, but the production lacks gravity

Most plays, of course, consist of dialogue—words spoken between characters, real or imagined. But a really good play is so much more than that: a captivating story, compelling characters, a conflict that drives the play and, if resolved, a strong and satisfying…

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