In his new book The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy, Louis Cozolino, Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University and a clinical psychologist in private practice, argues as if that debate were still waging. And for those readers who need convincing, I recommend this book. It is well written and well researched and covers a huge amount of ground. There are chapters on the history of psychotherapy and neuroscience and chapters on the evolution of the brain, including the evolution of memory and affective systems. There are also chapters on how the brain organizes experience laterally across the corpus callosum and top–down between cortical and limbic structures and chapters on the neuropsychology of attachment and the neuropsychology of disorganizing experience. Another series of chapters discuss the neuropsychology of specific psychiatric diagnoses—borderline, narcissistic, posttraumatic stress disorder—and these are the best in the book. Finally, there are chapters in which Dr. Cozolino outlines the future for the "psychotherapist as neuroscientist."