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This Way Out: A Narrative of Therapy of Sexual and Psychotic Offenders

The psychotic offenders housed in the maximum security wing of St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. were deemed untreatable. At the inception of his career, Dr. Abrahams determined to refine and test his theories of group dynamics, enabling his patients, black and white, to shed delusion and reach their inherent capacity toward health. The story begins with a harrowing encounter between the author therapist and a psychotic leader, who calls himself "Da Kang," and who threatens assault with deadly conviction.