One of the gems of this book is the chapter on psychodynamic psychotherapy, by Drs. Wells and Frank. The subtitle, “From Psychoanalytic Arrogance to Evidence-Based Modesty,” summarizes the evolution of theory-bound psychoanalysis as a contemporary form of psychotherapy. Other chapters expand on behavioral therapies, group therapy, and cultural psychotherapies. The book concludes with a discussion by Dr. Griffith on religion and spirituality. He elegantly reminds us that many individuals have increasingly turned to religion but can easily become demoralized when adversity strikes, and he reviews management strategies for such demoralized individuals bereft of a previously held spiritual orientation. The discussion of cultural elements by Dr. Alarcón is also important in the multiethnic fabric of contemporary America.