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A Psychologist Pioneer: Clay Tucker-Ladd, Ph.D., 78

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  1. Sorry to hear of Dr. Clay’s passing. I am looking forward to reading his e book and gaining insight from his vast knowledge.

  2. “I could help him reach a lot more people with his book, and he could draw more visitors to the site with his research-grounded self-help advice and techniques.”

    Thank you so much for supporting him in this way, and for this beautiful summary of his life and work.

  3. I remember Dr. Clay from a forum i used to lurk; i printed out his book. Thank you for posting this.

  4. I’m so sorry to hear about his passing. His book has brought much comfort to me over the years.

  5. We usually celebrate all the wrong people, I think. I can personally vouch for Dr. Clay Tucker-Ladd as an awesome professional as well as a kind and decent man. I have several times consulted his online book. It is a treasure-trove of sound clinical advice backed by sound research and decades of clinical practice.

    I remember corresponding with Dr. Tucker-Ladd many years ago. I don’t even recall what we discussed, but I remember his helpful, honest, forthright nature.

    I cannot recommend his online book highly enough. As you can gather from the article here, it is filled with clinically sound, practical, actionable advice delivered in plain language. It can and does help people.

    He will be missed.


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